Sweeping, mopping, and scrubbing can get tedious when cleaning larger scale property like a car or the inside of a pool. With a power washer, you can get big cleaning jobs done quickly and easily. Does the front of your house look haggard? Hose it down in a matter of minutes. Homeowners everywhere rely on power washers for efficient maintenance, because no one wants to spend a day getting grime out of a wooden deck. Power washers are enjoyable to use, and they make those hard-to-reach spots less intimidating. So save yourself the time and trouble and invest in one of these machines today. Here are our favorite power washers currently on the scene.
The big kahuna—the Honda PowerBoss—tops out at a whopping 3100 PSI, which should be strong enough for any home job. It has a wheelbarrow frame and 10-inch wheels, making it easy to transport across rougher terrain on your property. The hose attachment is 25 feet long, and it has a one-gallon detergent tank. With a Honda engine and black steel frame, its durability is backed up by a 24-month warranty.
This washer has an 1800-watt motor with a max water temperature of 104 degrees Fahrenheit. It has two .9-liter detergent tanks that are removable as well as an automatic stop function when the trigger is disengaged. This washer is on wheels and also comes with an extension wand, a 20-foot high pressure hose, and a 35-foot power cord for added mobility. The Sun Joe has a maximum internal pressure of 2030 PSI.
This serious washer has a 1-gallon detergent tank, 149-cc motor, and a max internal pressure of 2400. Its steel frame is extremely durable, and its ergonomic handle makes it comfortable to use. The handle is also foldable for easy storage. Rugged 6-inch wheels make it easy to move across a lawn or gravel driveway. There are few cleaning jobs too large for the Simpson.
This washer’s 1500 PSI is strong enough for medium sized, up-close cleaning tasks. Its max water temperature of 104-degrees Fahrenheit allows it to dissolve grime easily. It does not have wheels, but it is a light 17-pounds and comes with a 35-foot cord. It also has a 20-foot high pressure hose, adding to its reach. The soap applicator is separate from the washer itself, but this won’t prove to be much of an inconvenience. This is a beautiful deal for its price.