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Ryobi

Model # RY14122

Internet # 203800590

Store SKU # 1000042425

1700-PSI 1.2-GPM Electric Pressure Washer

$159.00 /each
  • Includes Turbo Nozzle for up to 50% more cleaning power
  • Features on-board detergent tank for easy soap application
  • Highly rated for easy-to-use design (see reviews)

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Model # RY14122

Internet # 203800590

Store SKU # 1000042425

The Ryobi 1700-PSI Pressure Washer is engineered to handle even your toughest jobs. With a powerful 13-Amp Electric Motor, this Ryobi Pressure Washer delivers 1700-PSI of force for quick cleaning of driveways, decks, windows and other areas around the house. Featuring a durable and compact roll-cage frame design this pressure washer is designed for easy transport. The On-Board Detergent Tank offers hassle-free cleaning by eliminating the need to drag a bucket and hose behind you. For added convenience, the Ryobi 1700-PSI Pressure Washer is equipped with on-board accessory storage and a bonus Turbo Nozzle for up to 50% more cleaning power. The Ryobi 1700-PSI Electric Pressure Washer is backed with the Ryobi 3-year limited warranty and is guaranteed to deliver results for years to come.

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  • 1700-PSI 1.2-GPM for efficient cleaning of residential areas
  • On-board detergent tank for easy soap application
  • Quick connect capable for easy use of nozzles and additional attachments
  • Rugged roll-cage frame design protects the motor housing and stays upright; no tipping
  • 25 ft. non-marring high pressure hose will not leave scuffs on the job
  • 3 nozzles included (15° soap and turbo) for cleaning a variety of surfaces
  • Included turbo nozzle provides up to 50% more cleaning power with a cone-shaped spray pattern
  • Maintenance free aluminum pump for easy pump upkeep
  • On-board accessory storage for quickly and conveniently stowing trigger handle, hose and nozzles
  • 3-year warranty for guaranteed performance
  • 30 day risk-free guarantee for worry-free purchase

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
17.125 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
18.500 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
17.750 in 
Hose Diameter (In.) 
.25 in 
Hose length (in.) 
300 
Details
Amperage (amps) 
13 
Commercial 
No 
Commercial / Residential 
Residential 
Cord Length (ft.) 
35 
Cord lock 
Yes 
Detergent tank 
Yes 
Features 
Chemical/detergent injection,Cord lock,Quick connect tips 
Foldable handle 
No 
GFIC plug 
Yes 
GPM 
1.2 
Hose Material 
Rubber 
Included 
Detergent tank,GFIC plug,Onboard cord storage,Onboard storage,Wheels 
Maximum Pressure (PSI) 
1700 
Number of tips included 
Onboard cord storage 
Yes 
Onboard storage 
Yes 
Pressure Washer Power Type 
Electric 
Product Weight (lb.) 
32 lb 
Pump Brand 
Other 
Pump Type 
Axial 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Start Type 
Electric 
Water capability 
Cold 
Wheels 
Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
3 years limited 

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Pressure Washer Power Type: Electric
Commercial: No
Maximum Pressure (PSI): 1700 - 1900
Brand: Ryobi
Pump Type: Axial
Price: $150 - $200
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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After cpl of hours leaks oil. any others doing the same ?

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The Woodlands, Texas
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May 21, 2016
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Yes: after 2 years of use my pump failed and started leaking oil. I plan to return the pump to the store for repairs.
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April 12, 2016
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I bought mine in Feb 2015. Worked fine until now, but developed that grease leak this past weekend. Ryobi rep referred me to closest local service center 22 miles away. I called and asked man who answered if he had ever had to repair a grease leak like this. He said he never worked on a unit like mine and it would be 1.5 to 2 months before he could look at it. He was abrupt and didn't seem interested. I Read More
I bought mine in Feb 2015. Worked fine until now, but developed that grease leak this past weekend. Ryobi rep referred me to closest local service center 22 miles away. I called and asked man who answered if he had ever had to repair a grease leak like this. He said he never worked on a unit like mine and it would be 1.5 to 2 months before he could look at it. He was abrupt and didn't seem interested. I called Ryobi back and was given another service center 60 miles away. This guy said he never worked on a unit like mine either, but he would check it out and that it may be a seal that needs changing. Guess I'll be making a couple of 120 mile round trips. Starting to wonder if this thing is worth it. Read Less
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south hill va
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March 9, 2016
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Yes. It's grease, not oil. Used mine 3 times, HD kept it for about a month before calling me to say "they can't work on Electric pressure washers. I had to carry mine to a chain saw shop to repair. going on 2 weeks and still no pressure washer.
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Tampa FL
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November 25, 2015
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Mine is leaking oil now too. Seems to be coming from the high pressure pump. 2nd time out of the box. Probably a total of 8 hours (big corner lot sidewalk and now a deck)
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November 16, 2015
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Update to my leaking pump issue in April .... HD replaced the Pressure Washer and I have had no issues .......maybe 25-30 hours of use ...... I would like to add that I am very careful before I turn on the pump that the water is turned on and water will flow out of the tip ..... I always pull the trigger and and let water flow before running the pump .....a dry pump will develop heat near the seal and Read More
Update to my leaking pump issue in April .... HD replaced the Pressure Washer and I have had no issues .......maybe 25-30 hours of use ...... I would like to add that I am very careful before I turn on the pump that the water is turned on and water will flow out of the tip ..... I always pull the trigger and and let water flow before running the pump .....a dry pump will develop heat near the seal and could damage the seal .....Just FYI ....... great product for the price .......mike Read Less
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Florida
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November 15, 2015
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Yeah...mine began leaking after a couple of months of usage. I need to either contact Ryobi or HD...lost my receipt.
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Long Beach, CA
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October 5, 2015
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Yes. Mine began leaking oil after a few months of twice-a-week usage. Since I am moving it onto a lovely acid-washed deck, I need to constantly place something under it to prevent the oil from soaking into the concrete. Other than that, this is a very nice machine, but hopefully it can be repaired or replaced by Ryobi or Home Depot before it damages our deck
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West Jordan, Utah
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September 15, 2015
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Yes, my first one did as well. Looks like lubricant oil for the pump. No way to change, check or replace. Sounds like a faulty seal or manufacturing process. Just bought mine last week (9-6-15) so it is still happening...
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September 6, 2015
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Yes! I used it for about 3 hours to clean the siding and sure enough there was a glob of oil under the machine about the size of a golf ball. Ugh. Took it back to Home Depot and exchanged it for another.
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prostect heights il
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July 13, 2015
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yes used 2 time 2014, started leaking oil start of 2015 passed home depot return time, took it in for repair warranty. wanting 2 months for a new motor. Wonder why Ryobi would just replace the whole machine. with a new one. it would be cheaper, and i would be a happier customer
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July 8, 2015
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It is electric? not sure why there would be any oil?
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Michigan
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June 16, 2015
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Not mine, I have maybe 20-25 hours use so far.
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No.
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greensboro, nc
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Mine worked fine after 3 hours of continuous use.
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I haven't found that with mine. If it is still new take it back. It shouldn't leak oil.
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Fleming Island Florida
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May 4, 2015
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Follow up ..... Returned to unit to Home Depot and they promptly exchanged the Unit for another ....We have used the replacement for 4-6 hours with no issues ......Thanks Ryobi/HD and for all other replies! ....m
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Savannah, Ga
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May 3, 2015
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I have had no problems with any fluids. I purchased mine in March, but could not use it until April. I cleaned the front porch area (vinyl siding) of green fungus along with one house side. The house is a two story. The porch was cleaned in one setting, about an hour total, and the side on a different setting, running two to three hours of continuous use.
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Fort Valley, Georgia
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April 30, 2015
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I can't speak for everyone but mine does not leak oil and I have used it several hours.
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April 30, 2015
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Hey Mike -- I'm sorry to hear you are having issues with this unit. Our customer service center is extremely capable of taking care of issues like this and they can determine what further action you may need to take. Please contact them at 1-800-860-4050
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can I clean my driveway with this pressure washer? Thanks

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April 12, 2016
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Yes. And I just bought the Homelite EZClean 1800 max PSI pressure washer accessory to clean my driveway. Not finished yet but up to now works like a champ. Cleans 12" at a time instead of just 2 or 3 inches. Works well with this Ryobi unit.
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The pressure on this washer is just right for cleaning concrete.This cleans as well as a 2600 PSI gas washer I have with one exception.My gas washer damages the concrete.The pressure on this washer is just right so your concrete doesn't get damaged from too much pressure.Keep in mind that there are some stains no washer is going to get out.Once a stain gets a certain depth nothing will get it out,so just Read More
The pressure on this washer is just right for cleaning concrete.This cleans as well as a 2600 PSI gas washer I have with one exception.My gas washer damages the concrete.The pressure on this washer is just right so your concrete doesn't get damaged from too much pressure.Keep in mind that there are some stains no washer is going to get out.Once a stain gets a certain depth nothing will get it out,so just keep that in mind.Concrete looks new after using this, unless of course you have some stains that are too deep into the concrete. Read Less
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For basic dirt and ect yes, for motor oil or other liquids no.
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Yes, you can use the turbo nozzle for this purpose.
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Alexander CIty, AL
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June 29, 2015
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It will look like new when you are done.
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Alabama
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June 17, 2015
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If you get one of the good ones, it does a great job. But if you get a bad one. It won't make it to the end of the drive way.
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Yes you can do your driveway and sidewalk too! However, being lower pressure, it does take more time than the pro's with gas pressure washers.
Prep is the key for this little machine, I use outdoor bleach on my driveway prior to cleaning and have no problem.
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Yes, It will take off Mildew and dirt and even light oil stains.
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ny
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June 7, 2015
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I tried it wasn't able to get up a lot of scum or really bd spots
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June 5, 2015
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Absolutely! We also recommend that you use a surface cleaner. This will make the job 4 times faster! Here is a link: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Homelite-1800-PSI-12-in-EZ-Clean-Surface-Cleaner-AP31063A/202564517
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June 5, 2015
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Yes, this Ryobi Pressure Washer delivers 1700-PSI of force for quick cleaning of driveways.
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Is the pressure from this washer to forceful to clean the screens that are installed around my screened in patio?

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No, i had no issues with using it on mine.
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New Jersey
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Don't stand too close!
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Michigan
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No, Use the correct nozzle.
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ny
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use the fan nozzle less pressure, size of hole determines the presure
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Absolutely. Does a great job cleaning screens. Very easy.
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Beaumont
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May 6, 2015
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be careful and make sure you do not get to close to it and do not use the big round attachment.
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Yes. In fact you will have to be careful not to cut them with the pressure.
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Just keep the wand far enough from the screen as not to apply too much pressure and you should have no problem . Use the 15 head.
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Yes, this will work well for cleaning screens.
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May 4, 2015
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boat ...... should be a perfect use for cleaning screens ....I would use the yellow tip or even purchase a "wider" angle tip to ease the pressure ..... I would keep a safe distance as to not damage the screen ...m
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May 1, 2015
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Hey boat-- This model comes equipped with a powerful 13 amp motor. It is recommended for cleaning windows and patios. Without seeing your screen I couldn't say for sure but I would imagine that it would be strong enough. If not, you could always upgrade to the 2000 PSI model. Thanks for the question!
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Does this machine have enough pressure to get the soap high enough to clean the siding and windows on a two story house

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KC, MO
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I have worked in a physician's office and learned that ladders, soap and water are a dangerous mix! Really. There are some things worth paying for. A professional power washer can hit that second floor and it won't cost as much as you might think. Just balk at the first bid and they'll offer to do it for less. Best of luck!
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Yes, if you get the trampoline attachment.
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No.
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Even with high pressure nozzle on I doubt it, You need larger pressure washer, probably gasoline powered.
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no. I have a three story house and it only reaches about 12 feet from the ground.
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At full strenght it has zero cleaning power at a distance of more than 2 feet. You might as well be blowing air. with soap dispenser, power is even less.
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Probably not. you would have to use a ladder or scaffold.
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I cleaned the vinyl siding of my house with this device, a two story house. BTW, I did NOT use detergent, only water pressure. Without detergent, the nozzle had to be one to two feet away from the side. So obviously, one has to be on a ladder to do anything higher than about eight feet.
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It will spray the soap up there but not really forcefully, get a long handled brush, soap, brush rinse or use from a ladder.
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Sorry to say but no. The soap can only be applied at low pressure.
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From ground level, not good enough to do a good job of cleaning.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 1049 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product This little guy has good power. Just take a few moments and roll out the hose. It tends to kink. I used it to wash and 20 year old wood fence and didnt "destroy" the wood. Also wash a gazebo that was grey with dirt tirned it back to pretty again May 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ryobi 1700 PSI electric power washer Great purchase that exceeded our expectations! The photos speak for themselves May 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent purchase! This is a fantastic pressure washer, especially considering the price! I bought this specifically to clean the exterior of my house and get it ready for painting. It worked wonderfully! My house is both Austin stone (a very rough cut limestone) and vinyl siding. This pressure washer worked great on both surfaces. I was having so much fun using it that I also washed the front porch and half of the sidewalk before it got too dark to see. The pressure washer requires assembly, but it's very simple and quick. I had it out of the box, put together, hooked up to the hose, and in use in about 10-15 minutes. I used it for at least four hours straight, and it worked perfectly the whole time. You do have to spray very close to get the maximum amount of cleaning power. I held the nozzle no more than 6 inches away (and sometimes closer for the really dirty areas) from the house/sidewalk, and it cleaned very well. To get the high places on the house (I have a one-story house, and I'm only five feet tall), I used a ladder. It worked just fine, and I was able to easily reach the high areas. Just be aware that you won't get a lot of spraying power once you get more than about 12 inches or so away from the surface, which means that this pressure washer probably isn't a great choice for spraying the second story of a two-story house, unless you're willing to climb a tall ladder to get close enough. March 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Started to dine 4 months in After having the product for about 2 1/2 months of daily use the handle of the power waster started leaking, cost 20 to replace it, then after 4 months the motor started to go and ran constantly, even when the handle trigger was not pressed in. Trying to get it repaired by Ryobi, none of their service locations around us would work on electric motors, closest location was 40 miles away. I would not recommend this product to anyone planning on using it daily, maybe if used once and a rare while it would hold up. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT VALUE I bought this pressure washer after years of cleaning up outside the hard way using a broom and a brush. The only reason I bought this was to treat myself and try something new and boy am I glad I did. It only took minutes to put it together when I got home and when I put it to use I could not believe just how well 1700 PSI removed stains, and all the green stuff that grows on brick work and wooden privacy fences. And I didn't even bother to buy soap so I am really happy with its performance. For $159.00 it's well worth the money, I wish I bought this a long time ago! May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase! I purchased this to make cleaning my porch and deck easier. It was a great investment! I no longer have to spend a day scrubbing on my hands and knees! Powerful enough to clean the winter dirt! May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! Easy to assemble and works great. Powerful enough to clean my patio effectively. May 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very pleased with purchase Assembly was done without reference to instructions. Pressure washer only makes noise if you are pulling the trigger on the wand. Only minor gripe would be that 25ft of hose isn't long enough. Fifty would be great. I will upgrade that on my own though. Awesome product for home use. May 10, 2016
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  • cp-1, bvpage1
  • co_hasreviews, tv_1049, tr_1049
  • loc_en_US, sid_203800590, prod, sort_default
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  • bvseo_sdk, java_sdk, bvseo-3.1.1
  • CLOUD, getContent, 35ms
  • REVIEWS, PRODUCT