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Sun Joe

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Pressure Joe 2,030 psi 1.76 GPM 14.5 Amp Electric Pressure Washer

$151.40 /each
  • Suited for a range of cleaning jobs
  • Rear wheels for mobility
  • Extension wand expands reach

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Power, performance and versatility: the Pressure Joe Electric Pressure Washer from Sun Joe delivers it all to tackle a variety of cleaning tasks: homes, buildings, RVs, cars, trucks, boats, decks, driveways, patios, lawn equipment and more. Conveniently switch between different detergents with its detergent selection dial and blast away all sorts of grime. Its 34 in. extension spray wand and rear wheels provide easy maneuverability and access to hard-to-reach areas such as 2-story buildings and the undersides of vehicles and lawn equipment.

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  • Powerful 14.5 Amp/1,800-Watt motor generates up to 2,030 psi/1.76 GPM for maximum cleaning power
  • 5 quick-connect spray nozzles 0°, 15°, 25°, 40° and soap are interchangeable to quickly go from a high-pressure, 0° pencil-point spray to a low-pressure 40° fan spray or apply detergent to the cleaning surface with the dedicated soap nozzle
  • TSS total stop system trigger automatically shuts off the pump when the trigger is not engaged
  • Includes a 20 ft. high-pressure hose, 35 ft. power cord and garden hose adaptor
  • Carries and stores two different types of detergent simultaneously in its two 0.9 L onboard removable detergent tanks
  • Removes tar and grease from concrete, heavy mildew stains, oil stains, rust from steel, caked mud on equipment and other stubborn gunk and grime
  • Versatile design tackles light, medium and heavy duty cleaning tasks
  • GFCI power cord protection
  • CSA approved
  • Full 2-year warranty
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Is detergent necessary?

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April 22, 2016
Do you always have to use a cleaning detergent or can you skip this if desired? Can I add bleach to the tanks?
Will the pressure washer put damage lines in cedar wood siding? Thanks, Rita!
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June 9, 2016
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I works great on cars. Almost all the car washes, both self serve and full service, use pressure washers. Just don't get too close, and use common sense. Works great on R.V.'s too.
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May 23, 2016
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Depends on what you are spraying. In some cases none is needed. For concrete with mold I recommend ZEP Concrete cleaner available at the big box stores for about $12 a gallon.
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May 22, 2016
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Depends on the surface you are doing. If you are doing a driveway, I would recommend ZEP concrete cleaner available at the big box stores. Washing a car you might use a detergent available from an auto parts. If you are taking mildew/mold from brick I would use a 50/50 solution of bleach or just use a spray bottle of the same.
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May 21, 2016
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No. I haven't used detergent yet, & I've done a lot of cleaning.
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Washington, Ga.
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May 6, 2016
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DO NOT USE BLEACH! The instructions state to use the products that are recommended for this machine. You do not have to use detergent every time, you can use just water by itself. If the item you are cleaning is really soiled it probably will require some type of cleaner.
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May 1, 2016
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You do not have to,if you are just rinsing off.Now there are cleaners for use in pressure washers.Read manual on your washer to be sure.If you use a wide nozzle and do not get very close,with in 3 inches,you should be ok. Try washing on some old boards,or some plywood to test how close you can get ,and see how it looks.If you can not use bleach in your washer apply with sprayer. I use purple power.In Read More
You do not have to,if you are just rinsing off.Now there are cleaners for use in pressure washers.Read manual on your washer to be sure.If you use a wide nozzle and do not get very close,with in 3 inches,you should be ok. Try washing on some old boards,or some plywood to test how close you can get ,and see how it looks.If you can not use bleach in your washer apply with sprayer. I use purple power.In different strength depending on what I am washing.A brushing a little also does wonders. happy cleaning Rita Read Less
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April 25, 2016
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That is a lot of questions. You don't have to use detergent, I use just water to clean things such as a garden tiller and lawnmower. I suppose you could add bleach but, once you do that, you would have to be VERY careful what you washed after that because the bleach will leave residue for a long time. About your cedar siding...It is powerful enough to damage the siding if you are silly enough to put the Read More
That is a lot of questions. You don't have to use detergent, I use just water to clean things such as a garden tiller and lawnmower. I suppose you could add bleach but, once you do that, you would have to be VERY careful what you washed after that because the bleach will leave residue for a long time. About your cedar siding...It is powerful enough to damage the siding if you are silly enough to put the wrong nozzle on. As long as you use the correct nozzle tip, it will work fine. Read Less
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April 25, 2016
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I pressure-washed my driveway & sidewalk using just water. It did a beautiful job.
I would never add bleach. It kills any vegetation it might touch, & you never know where that water is going to land.
If you're going to wash wood siding, you'll have to use one of the gentler nozzles.
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April 22, 2016
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You can spray with or without water.
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April 22, 2016
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You do not have to use detergent. In fact you can only use detergent with the nozzle specially for it. That nozzle has the least PSI. I used mine without detergent and t worked great on the things I cleaned.
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Will this work to clean landscape rocks?

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Colorado Springs
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June 6, 2016
The previous owners did not take care of the landscaping. Will this remove the built up dirt on the rocks?
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June 28, 2016
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Yes. Good pressure and volume for an electric.
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Fort Collins, Colorado
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June 8, 2016
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There are 5 different nozzles that adjust the pressure. The most powerful one will take paint off an older vehicle. I don't think mold, mildew, or dirt will be any problem.
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Kennesaw, GA
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June 8, 2016
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It will probably make quite a difference. I have used mine to clean rough faced retaining wall blocks that had become dirty and mildewed over the years. It did a very good job with water only. The washer comes with and assortment of high pressure spray tips.
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June 8, 2016
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I should think so as I use it to degrease engine blocks , so yes you bet
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silver spring maryland
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June 7, 2016
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should do nice job but depending on how bad rocks are, may only do small area at a time.
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June 7, 2016
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Yes, you can clean off built-up dirt from landscape rocks with this pressure washer.
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June 7, 2016
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Yes, why not., you have several nozzles to choose from for different psi
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June 7, 2016
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Yes, it should do the job easily. I have already used it to do my versalock wall and cement steps.
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Kerrville, Texas
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June 7, 2016
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Yes, in fact I just laid out a 50 foot run of landscape rocks and used the pressure washer to spray off the dirt.
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Is it safe to use on a car? I wonder if the strong water pressure would chip the car paint.

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June 1, 2016
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No one should be using pressure washers for washing cars as they can do PERMANENT DAMAGE to the paint.
If your car is so dirty that it requires a PWasher to clean it, you have other problems.
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Kerrville, Texas
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May 20, 2016
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Yes, I wash my car all the time with the pressure washer. I use a nozzle that is broader so has less pressure. I hold the wand about 2 feet from the car. I used a detergent in the storage container that come from a local auto parts and is designed for car washing only.
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May 6, 2016
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Yes! It comes with a nozzle they recommend that you use for washing the car. I have washed my car with it and I haven't had any problems. I wouldn't recommend pointing the nozzle real close to the car or holding it in one place very long.
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October 18, 2015
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No!!!! The high pressure water will turn mud and dirt into sandpaper and can cause fine scratches. Always gently rinse the car with a garden hose and hand wash it. Pressure washers are NOT for car paint.
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July 28, 2015
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I would be very careful but if you use wide dispersion nozzle and hold it back from the car should be ok. Power of spray reduces rapidly as you more away from car. with lower angle spray and close to car I am sure you can do damage
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June 25, 2015
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yes, it is not that powerful. good to use on cars.
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June 16, 2015
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Yes, I have washed my car a few times already- There is a attachment that you use- Just make sure you read the chart and know what each color is used for. I laminated the picture on the box that shows this and hung it on the pressure washer so there is no confusion if someone else uses it. Works great
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June 11, 2015
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This is safe to use on a car. Even the larger gas washers do not chip car paint. Just be sure to use one of the fan bits and not the 0 line pressure bit.
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June 8, 2015
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This pressure washer is safe to use on cars.
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Since you can't use bleach in this product, what cleaner can you use to remove mold and mildew?

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I called their customer service with a similar question. I asked specifically if we could use bleach in the machine. They said no - but said if I did decide to use bleach - to just wash out the machine with soapy water afterwards to ensure all tubes, connectors, etc were cleaned with the soapy water. So, while not recommended, if special care is taken you may be able to do so. Your call. I decided not to Read More
I called their customer service with a similar question. I asked specifically if we could use bleach in the machine. They said no - but said if I did decide to use bleach - to just wash out the machine with soapy water afterwards to ensure all tubes, connectors, etc were cleaned with the soapy water. So, while not recommended, if special care is taken you may be able to do so. Your call. I decided not to use bleach in the machine - I just put some in a spray bottle, sprayed it on, and the bleach did wonders. Power washed before and afterwards. The power washer really didn't do much in helping with the mold/mildew - it was all the bleach so by spraying the bleach on and giving it a few minutes I think it was better than just power washing with the bleach. Read Less
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Use a garden sprayer and let the cleaner sit for 15 minutes then power wash.
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June 28, 2016
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There are mold & mildew inhibitors made specifically for pressure washers.
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Mean Green for one.
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Home Depot & Lowes have a variety of products you can use in your pressure washer. I used Krud Kutter House & Siding Pressure Washer Concentrate. I've used it twice with no problems. Just spray it on and let it sit for 3-5 minutes.
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June 2, 2016
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I didn't use anything but water. They make cleaners that can be used for various jobs. I bought the Mean Green cleaner to use for cleaning my concrete driveway and deck and I bought the car wash and wax by Karcher, but all I have done is use plain water for the driveway and deck. They both look like new.
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the sprayer is pretty strong on its own to remove mildew and mold
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I cleaned my entire driveway of mold/mildew with a product named ZEP Concrete cleaner which is available for about $12 from the big box stores. I used the gray tip to spray the cleaner over the wrk area and then switched to a green tip for the pressure wash. It takes time to get mold off concrete so it broke up the area into squares and just kept working. Took me days to get a perfect job.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 523 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great pressure washer for around the house I had very dirty/moldy stucco on the house I bought recently, and wrestled with buying vs. renting a pressure washer. Found this one and couldn't be happier. Pictures show a small section done on the middle of the five washer attachments (25 degree): August 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by First time using Pressure washer It does everything as advertised. I clean an old fence (17 years old) with 3 or 4 coats of different stains. It looks really clean for an old fence. I use the black and the and the green nozzles. The black to apply "Simple-Green Deck&Fence" Cleaner and green to remove all the dirt and old stains. Then I used Graco Airless sprayer(Magnum) to apply new semi-transparent stain. It looks great. Project expenses: ------------------ - Power Washer $149 (order online) - Fence cleaner $11 (order online) - Airless sprayer (Stain) $240 (at store because I needed some assistance) - Stain semi-transparent 5 gallons $135 (we stained just from outside 150x6 feet) - Miscellaneous $100 (I replaced some of the boards and bought brush and painting cloth) Time spent: --------------- 1 day to power wash and 2 days to sprayed (cannot work with neighbor's cars around), besides was the first time we use it (19 years old son helped to stain... thanks Ernesto!) The average price from a contractor was $1200, so I save $565... and keep the Power-Washer and the Airless-Sprayer for other projects!!! I recently power washed a concrete patio with just water and it works great (have a Labrador retriever and she had the floor impregnated with her coat oil) July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Power washer in action I had a very bad staining over the majority of my driveway which was years of mold build up. I used a concrete cleaner/degreaser in the fluid tank and went to work. The unit is well built and performs very well. I tested the various nozzles and found the best one to use to get the max pressure. It was a long process but it worked well. There were 2 areas that had old oil stains that I used naphtha and liquid soap to soak in and did a bit of scrubbing with a stiff brush, then used the pressure washer and took it right off. This is an amazing unit and Home Deport had the right price and availability. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I'm a Sun Joe Fan I have a large Trex deck that I had neglected (pollen and green mildew) until I had to do something. Composite decking can be damaged by high pressure gas 3000+ washers. My Sun Joe works good on Trex. I sprayed Simple Green. Let it soak in for a few minutes. Then sprayed with the green 25 degree nozzle. Granted, it won't bring an 8 year old deck back to show room new but I am very happy with the clean appearance. The assembly of the washer was easy but I was missing one of the nozzles. After registering with Sun Joe a quick call to customer service was all it took. I asked for one nozzle but Sun Joe said, no we will send you a complete set of nozzles for your trouble. What company does that? April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works quite well despite hose connection leak Works quite well. Easy to use, easy to assemble. Our only issue is a leak at the connection between the hose and the unit. it's not really a bad leak. We even bought the SunJoe brass hose connector and it still leaked almost as much as the plastic hose connector provided with the unit. The leak doesn't seem to detract from the performance of the unit, but it does waste water and makes a bigger mess of the work area than we'd like. Aside from the leak issue, everything else works fine. By the way, Home Depot didn't promise one-day delivery, but the unit was delivered the day after we ordered it. Certainly can't complain about HD's delivery speed! August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Big power in a small, easy-to-use package Bought this to do household type washing; siding, walls, fascia, sidewalks. Works GREAT. Awesome power (will strip paint if too close!), took up mold in one pass. Great nozzle selection, very easy to set up. I've used it for hours at a time with zero issues. This purchase exceeded my expectations; I highly recommend. See pics! May 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Enough for me I bought this power washer based on cost and PSI output. I think it was a good buy. It was easy to put together and use. It is not going to take baked in crud out of the sidewalk nor submerged mold on the deck but it will take surface dirt and clean it up very well. The only negative I've found is that the holders for the spray nozzles do not work very well. The first time I put them on it was fine but after putting the nozzles on and taking them off a few times the holders lost its ability to grip the nozzle and they fall off. I also had to call customer service with a question and they were quick to answer and very informative. August 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Pressure Washer I live in a HOA community and got a notice about green mildew on my vinyl siding that needed to be power washed. I called a couple of people and they were charging $100 to come out and do power washing. So I went ahead and did my research and got this amazing power washer. It was so easy to assemble and even easier to use. I've used the Soap Nozzle, the 45 degree, and the 25 degree nozzle. All three worked incredibly well and my siding looks brand new. One caution is that upon doing my research, Consumer Reports issued a warning about using the 15 and 0 degree nozzle. So just be careful if any of you do use those 2 nozzles. Great Product!!! I love it!!! July 20, 2016
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