I purchased this today and used it with a 2800psi gas powered pressure washer. My intended goal was to wash/scrub aluminum siding in preparation for painting.
I was very disappointed with the results. The head angle isn't adjustable so using it on the end of a wand is awkward & cumbersome. The water stream and power are almost useless. Better off soaping & pre-soaking with the pressure washer nozzles and using a large sponge along with some good ole fashioned elbow grease.
Great concept & idea,,,,poor execution of design
Difficult to Use, Not Durable, lacks functionality
I was quite enthused when I found this brush at HD. I have been looking for a brush like this that I could use with my pressure washer, but found out it's not the answer to my need. It did a fairly good job on the roof of the car. I was using a soap dispenser and noticed it produced a lot more suds than the normal dispensing nozzle. As I worked my way to the back of the car, it became less effective. I noticed the interior brush had stopped rotating and then the brush head blew off completely. It separated at the fitting that's installed by the factory at the head, not the adapter that's packed with the brush. I shut down my 3000 PSI Pressure Washer (the brush is rated for 3300 PSI) and tried to reassemble the head. It sort of went together, but when I started the washer again, the brush didn't rotate. I think I'll just ask for a refund and keep looking for a brush that's made better.
The soft bristles allow for reaching a lot of surface...
January 17, 2017
The soft bristles allow for reaching a lot of surface area. Water output is a gentle stream. There is a connector to maintain a non-swivel handling. If the brush were just a bit faster turning (it turns inside only) I might give it another star.
As others have said, without a swivel this thing is total garbage!
Great idea, very poor execution. It was funny when I was checking out the cashier was looking at it interestingly as well, I was thinking I cant relive this thing has not been invented until now?
Well they need to go back to the drawing board!