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The Best Electric Pressure Washers: Reviews

There are no other cleaning tools as effective as the best home pressure washer when it comes to dealing with stubborn dirt, grimes, and oil stains. Rather than laboring the hours away with a strong bleach solution and a mop, you can take advantage of the powerful pressure of a quality pressure washer and hose down dirty objects around the house, instead.

In this best pressure washer review, we will show you our selections of top power washers on the market that run on electricity: cleaner, more efficient, and with enough power to appease most average consumers.

Sun Joe SPX3000

The Sun Joe SPX3000 is quite an icon in the electric pressure washer segment. Not just because of its beautiful and premium construction that maintains a great balance between lightweight and compactness at the same time, it’s also got respectable cleaning power to boot.

The internal motor is capable of generating 2,030 pounds per square inch (PSI) of water pressure at an ample flow rate of 1,76 gallons per minute (GPM).

These numbers make the SPX3000 a medium-duty pressure washer on paper. It will be able to do all of the basic cleaning tasks such as blasting oil stains on garage floors, cleaning driveway, and hosing down old patio furniture. However, keep in mind that it doesn’t have the extra power to handle heavy duty jobs like paint prepping or cleaning the outer walls of multistory homes.

The washer is shipped with five attachable nozzles: a 0-degree nozzle for when you need maximum water pressure, a 15 and 25-degree nozzle that are both great for ordinary cleaning. If you need to hose down more delicate materials with the gentlest pressure possible, there’s a loose 40-degree nozzle.

The fifth nozzle is a soap applicator. Clicking this nozzle on and the washer will draw detergent from the dual detergent tanks on-board. Each tank has a max capacity of 0.9 liter and you can set with a dial how much soap you want to draw from each tank.

The majority of the complaints regarding the SPX3000 are about its design. The design, while lightweight and beautiful, is not very well-balanced and tends to tip over. Secondly, there’s no place on-board to store the long 20-foot water hose nor the 35-foot power cord. You will have to wrap both of them around the unit or store them separately elsewhere, which are huge bothers.

Powerhouse International 3000 PSI

From the very first look, it is quite clear that the Powerhouse International 3000PSI is a heavy duty best rated pressure washer . It has an imposing and robust external design that looks like it packs quite a punch.

And it does.

The motor can— like its name suggests— generate a powerful water flow with a 2.2 GPM flow rate and 3,000 PSI of water pressure. This sort of performance puts it very close to gas powered washers and well into the heavy duty range.

You can use this vacuum to do all of the ordinary cleaning jobs, including the tasks requiring maximum cleaning power like paint prepping.

Power is provided by a 35-foot power cord, which is long enough to be able to reach most electrical outlets around the house. The long cord length provides the washer with great versatility that a lot of professional users have highly praised in their reviews.

Just like the SPX3000, the Powerhouse International 3000PSI also includes four nozzles: a strong 0-degree nozzle, medium-duty 15 and 25-degree nozzle, and for light washing, there’s the 40-degree nozzle.

The heavy electric motor is enclosed in a durable plastic casing. You can move the washer around using the sliding wheels underneath the plastic frame.

The only thing that’s disappointing about the washer is its short 1-year limited warranty period. Otherwise, this is a solid high pressure washer.

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We hope that you have found the best pressure washer for yourself in this short review!
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