The 10 Best Pressure Washers in 2021 [Reviews and Guide]

the best pressure washers

Last updated on September 20th, 2021 at 05:32 pm

Maintaining a home requires periodic washing of your outdoor space like your sidewalks, driveways, siding, windows, patio, swimming pool and so on. Dirty grills, outdoor garden equipment and even your car also require regular washing to keep them in good condition.

As you’ll come to find out or have already found out, the water pressure from your garden hose is not usually enough to do this. What you need to supply water at pressures high enough to cause the dirt on surfaces to give way is a good pressure washer.

I have a lot of experience using pressure washers, both electric and gas models and here in this article I’m going to help you choose the right one for your home. But first, let’s get a bit technical here. How do these machines work?

How Pressure Washers Work

There’re different types of pressure washers, but the way they all work are similar and quite simple. It’s made up of 3 major components. A gas engine or an electric motor, a pump and an orifice or nozzle.

Like I mentioned earlier, the pressure of the water flowing through your garden hose is not enough to wash or clean dirty surfaces like your pavement, your swimming pool and decking.

The work of the pressure washer is to increase the pressure from an average of 40 or 60 PSI to over a thousand PSI, so that the pressure of the water alone dislodges all the dirt from the surface you’re trying to clean.

To achieve this, the engine or electric motor turns the pump which pushes the water through the small nozzle or orifice, causing the water pressure to increase, due to the acceleration of large volumes of water through the small orifice at a given time.

The more water the pump pushes through the nozzle, the more pressure is generated. Pressure washers usually come with different tips or nozzles of different sizes. The smaller the nozzle, the higher the pressure generated if the same volume of water is pushed through it per minute.

how pressure washers work

How To Choose The Right Pressure Washer

Here’s what you should consider:

Frequency of Use

One of the main factors that should determine the type of pressure washer you choose or buy is the frequency of use. That is, how often will you be using it in a year?

As a home owner trying to maintain a single property, it’s expected that you’ll not use it more than twice a year, maybe once every 10 months or so. You might clock say 50 to 60 hours out of it in one year.

For this type of use, you should go for a unit not too big, like 2000 PSI and above, depending on what you can afford. But I don’t really advice going below 2000 PSI, unless you just want to wash cars with it.

On the other hand, if you’ll be using it for commercial washing projects, then you’ll be using it on a more regular basis, like weekly or even daily.

A big powerful gas unit producing over 3500 PSI and above will do the job, but go for as big a gas unit as you can afford. Electrical models will not be ideal for this type of use.


Talking about pressure washers, there’re two technical specs you should watch out for when making your choice. The first is pressure measured in PSI short for Pounds Per Square Inch.

This is like the amount of water pressure or the amount of force at which the water hits your pavement or how many times the machine multiplies the pressure of the water coming from your garden hose.

You should always check for the amount of pressure produced by the machine you choose. This will determine how fast you’ll be able to wash that grime off your concrete pavement or how long it will take you to wash that dirty grill.

More pressure means less time spent, while less pressure means more time spent.

Water Flow Rate

This is another important technical spec you should look out for when shopping for a pressure washer. The water flow rate is measured in GPM short for gallons per minute.

It’s the amount of water or volume of water that passes through the nozzle in one minute. The water flow rate also determines how fast a pressure washer washes a surface.

More GPM means more water flowing through the nozzle, and with more water being pumped through, a larger surface gets washed.

If two power washers, A and B pump water at the same pressure, but B has twice the GPM of A, then it will clean twice as much surface as A.

So, when making your choice, make sure to check the GPM or volume of water the machine is able to pump per minute.

Cleaning Units

The cleaning units of a pressure washer is the product of its pressure and water flow rate. Cleaning units = Pressure x Flow Rate (CU = PSI x GPM).

Before choosing a pressure washer, it’s very important that you calculate its cleaning unit. This will tell you how powerful that washer is compared to similar washers.

For instance, if you’re presented with 2 washers A and B that have same GPM 3.5 respectively but different pressures, then calculating their cleaning units will tell you the one that’s most powerful among the two.

So, if washer A has a pressure of 2000 PSI and B has a pressure of 3000 PSI, then A’s cleaning unit will be 2000 times 3.5, which will give you 7000.

B’s cleaning unit will be 3000 times 3.5 which gives 10500.

This means B is more powerful than A and will help you clean away dirt and stains more than A, because A have a cleaning unit of 7000 and B have a cleaning unit of 10,500, even though both have the same GPM of 3.5.

Knowing this will help you make a good choice if you’re looking for a more powerful machine for your cleaning projects.

Power Source

Pressure washers can either be gas powered or powered with electricity from your outlets at home. Gas powered units are usually bigger in size and produce more PSI and more GPM, allowing you to clean faster than corded or electric units.

They’re also easier to use, because you don’t have to worry about finding an outlet or getting limited by the length of your wire cord. It’s gas powered, which means you can take it with you wherever you want to clean, and it will still operate.

Even though though they’re more powerful and allow you more freedom to work or more portable, gas powered units can be noisy and require more maintenance. Their engines make use of oil and fuel, that means maintenance is needed.

On the other hand, electric units work rather quietly and require very little maintenance, because they make use of electric motors.

So, the difference is clear and the choice is yours. Electric units are good and advancing tech has increase their performance in recent times that they’re even producing larger PSIs and GPMs now just like Gas units. But gas powered units are still the most powerful and portable.

That’s why if you ask me, I’d say go for a gas powered unit. It will make your work faster due to the added power, and you don’t have to look for electric outlets or drag around messy cords along with already difficult-to-handle water hoses.

With that said, here are our reviews of the 10 best pressure washers you can use for your outdoor cleaning projects.

1. Simpson MSH3125-S Gas Pressure Washer

simpson msh3125-s pressure washer

Pressure: 3200 PSI, Flow rate: 2.5 GPM, Hose Length: 25 foot, Power Source: Gas engine.

Equipped with a Honda GC190 engine, the Simpson MSH3125-S pressure washer boasts power that you’ll not find in many other models.

It is specially designed for home owners and commercial users alike who are looking for a tough and powerful machine that can really handle tough stains and dirt. You can use it for both home and commercial projects.

The Simpson MSH3125-S is a gas powered pressure washer, which means you need fuel to run it, and it’s portable. You can take it anywhere you want, because it’s powered by a gas engine, not electricity from your home.

One look at the MSH3125-S, you’ll notice something immediately, the rugged pneumatic tires. With tires like this, you don’t have to worry about a rough terrain, or when you have to move it up or down a set of steps.

Enough about the tires, let’s talk about the pressure and GPM (gallons per minute). The MSH3125-S produces 3200 PSI of pressure and 2.5 GPM.

Unlike many other units, especially the electric ones which are made with flimsy plastic materials, the Simpson MSH3125-S is made with heavy duty gauge material and welded steel components.

This is very good because it shows it can withstand heavy duty use over a long period of time.

The hose that comes with it is also very good in quality. Water hoses get destroyed a lot because they’re usually dragged along rough floors when being used. To ensure this does not happen, the MSH3125-S is equipped with an abrasion resistant hose for a longer lifespan.

Finally, the spray wand that comes with it is well designed and easy to use. It even has a safety lock for extra protection. There are 5 nozzles that come with it (0, 15, 25, 40, including a black nozzle for dispensing soap). These help to concentrate or disperse the pressure depending on the task you’re trying to accomplish.

Although, it’s one of the best, it’s still very affordable, making it ideal for anyone looking for a good gas pressure washer to clean off the dirt around the home.

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What I like about it

  • Quality steel construction
  • Equipped with a powerful Honda engine
  • Removes stains fast.
  • Easy to set up.
  • Portable with rugged pneumatic tires

Where it can be improved

  • Nozzle holder is a bit loose. Nozzles fall off the holders during use due to vibration.

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2. Westinghouse WPX3400 Gas Pressure Washer

Westinghouse WPX3400 gas pressure washer

Pressure: 3400 PSI, Flow Rate: 2.6 GPM, Power Source: Gas, No. of Nozzles: 5, Hose Length: 25 foot, Soap Tank: Yes, Pump Type: 3 Piston Axial Cam pump.

With up to 3400 PSI of water pressure flowing through the nozzle at a flow rate of 2.6 gallons per minute, the Westinghouse WPX3400 generates a cleaning unit of 8,840.

This is more than enough for any homeowner looking for a powerful machine to clean months or even years of dirt from the driveway, patio, swimming pool and other outdoor equipment.

If you’re a homeowner looking for a very solid and powerful gas pressure washer to get your cleaning tasks done as easily as possible, this Westinghouse WPX3400 is more than ideal.

Running this machine is a 4 cycle OHV horizontal shaft engine with a 3.3 liter fuel tank. The engine is powerful and reliable. With good maintenance, it will definitely serve you for years.

When you get this unit, you don’t have to apply soap separately. It comes with a 1.6 L soap tank that allows you to apply soap on the surface you’re cleaning. Just attach the soap nozzle to the spray wand and you’re good to go.

To switch from spraying soap to clean water, just remove the soap nozzle, and attach any of the other 4 nozzles that come with it, and it will start spraying clean water.

A maintenance free axial cam pump ensures you can focus on using the machine instead of spending time on pump maintenance.

Mobility is not an issue with this unit. You don’t have to carry it or worry about weight because it comes equipped with two 12 inch no flat tires to enable you roll it along with you.

The 25 inch abrasion-resistant hose coupled with an EndraGrasp spray gun proved very useful because the hose is long enough, so you don’t have to move the unit all the time. You can just leave the machine in one place and move around with the spray gun and lengthy hose.

Rating this Westinghouse pressure washer, I’ll give it a 9.6 out of 10. It’s got good pressure and flow rate, more than average cleaning unit, it’s gas powered, and thus a very good option any home owner can use for cleaning different types of dirty surfaces like concrete, brick, stone, aluminum, wood and even iron.

What I like about it

  • It’s very powerful. It’s got good pressure and flow rate.
  • Gas powered. Which means I can use it anywhere, provided I have fuel.
  • Very easy to move around with the two 12 inch no flat tires.
  • Quality all steel frame construction.
  • Easy to assemble and use.

Where it can be improved

  • The Water outlet is positioned closed to the exhaust, which is a design flaw to me. The muffler can melt through the hose if it comes in contact with it.

3. Ford FPWG3100H-J Pressure Washer

ford fpwg3100h-j gas powered pressure washer

Pressure: 3100 PSI, Flow rate: 2.4 GPM, Hose Length: 30 foot, Power Source: Gas engine.

When you combine a Ford 180cc, 7 HP OHV 4-stroke engine with a 3 piston Annovi Reverberi axial pump, the model you end up with is the Ford FPWG3100H-J pressure washer.

As can be expected of anything with the Ford name, the FPWG3100H-J is a well-built workhorse. It’s one of the best pressure washers you can get right now that really isn’t going to suck.

Consider the specs. It has the capacity to pump 2.4 gallons of water per minute at a pressure of 3100 PSI. With this kind of force, you can clean years of dirt and grime off your pavement or concrete.

When it comes to actually using the product, assembling it is very easy. The best part is it’s very easy to start up. You don’t have to strain yourself trying to start it up. Just one pull and its up and running.

The tires that come with it are not pneumatic tires. Instead, it is equipped with a rather large 10 inch no-flat tires, which are also very mobile like pneumatic tires. With these tires, you can easily move it wherever you want to. Even if you have to climb the stairs, it will roll along with you easily.

The Ford FPWG3100H-J comes equipped with 4 quick connect spray nozzles as can be found in other pressure washers. However, it’s also equipped with a fifth turbo nuzzle that produces a fan shape water spray for fast cleaning.

For many other models, this nozzle is usually an accessory which you have to purchase separately. So, having it included with this one is just a little bit extra value for your money.

In case you want to add soap to the water for washing your car or anything that requires soap, there’s an adjustable soap tank which is part of the machine. All you have to do is add soap into the soap tank, use the appropriate nozzle (black) for dispensing soap, and you’re good to go.

As for the handles, they are made to fold down so that the machine can fit into a smaller space in case you want to store it away when it’s not in use.

The Ford FPWG3100H-J is definitely one of the best pressure washers you can get for any household cleaning job.

If the dust and grime on the exterior surface of your house is making it difficult for you to recognize your home, then try this Ford FPWG3100H-J.

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What I like about it

  • Quality construction
  • Works efficiently to remove tough staings
  • It’s very portable
  • Assembly is easy

Where it can be improved

  • The plastic rivets used to hold the tip holders to the frame is not strong enough.

4. Generac 6565 Gas Powered Pressure Washer

generac 6565 gas powered pressure washer

Pressure: 4200 PSI, Flow rate: 4 GPM, Hose Length: 50 foot, Power Source: Gas engine.

With the Generac 6565 pressure washer sitting in your tool shed, you have a capable machine you can use to rid off the dirt and grime off your outdoor space.

The Generac 6565 is a professional grade unit that blasts water at a rate of 4 gallons per minute and at a pressure of 4200 PSI to leave whatever you’re washing, clean and spotless.

It is able to operate this way because it’s equipped with a professional grad triplex pump which is powered by Generac’s 420cc OHV engine.

Needless to say, it comes with 5 quick connect nozzles just like some of the other models in its class.

It comes with a 0 degree, 15 degree, 25 degree, 40 degree and a soap nozzle, each of which varies the fan size of the water proportionately with the pressure in order to clean different types of materials or to apply soap as needed.

If there’s no oil in the engine, it will shut down, and won’t be able to restart until the oil is replaced. This is really good to safeguard the engine and keep it in good working condition through the years.

The Generac 6565 is a gas pressure washer. Thus, you have the advantage to be able to move it wherever you want to clean in your property. To aid this, it is fitted with oversized pneumatic tires to make movement easy even if it is through uneven terrain.

One more thing to mention about the Generac 6565 is that, some have complained that it’s hard to start. Actually, it’s not. If you don’t release the pressure in the engine before starting it, you will find it very difficult to start it.

So, what you need to do is turn the pressure regulator all the way down before starting it, then you can get it to start in one or two pulls of the start handle.

Or, you can squeeze the trigger on the spray wand when starting it. Squeezing the trigger also releases the pressure and makes it easy for you to start it.

Overall, the Generac 6565 is a very good pressure washer, definitely one of the best you can choose from. It starts easily, got good appropriate nozzles for every kind of job, and its portability ensures you can get any job done anywhere provided you have gas in the engine.

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What I like about it

  • Very powerful
  • Equipped with long lasting triplex pump
  • It’s very portable with tires
  • Easy to assemble

Where it can be improved

The pull start handle is in an awkward position. So, getting a hold of it is a little bit tricky.

Putting the handle in a more accessible position will make it much easier to use the machine.

5. Powerboss Gas Pressure Washer

powerboss pressure washer

Pressure: 3100 PSI, Flow rate: 2.7 GPM, Hose Length: 25 foot, Power Source: Gas engine.

The Powerboss pressure washer is very similar to the Simpson MSH3125 which I talked about above. Just like the Simpson, it comes equipped with a Honda GC190 engine.

The Honda GC190 engine powers a maintenance-free Axial Cam pump which pumps water at a rate of 2.7 GPM and at a pressure of 3100 PSI, which is more than enough to cater for any home’s cleaning needs.

Unlike the Simpson though, it comes with 4 quick connect nozzles which can be attached to the spray wand to spray the different types of surfaces you may have around your home. It comes with a 0, 15, 50 degree nozzle and a spray nozzle for dispensing soap on what you’re washing.

The wide angle nozzles are for pressure sensitive surfaces like soft wood, cars and boats. Why the smaller angles, like the 0 degree is for washing and removing tough stains, and for washing elevated places like the second story of a building.

It’s also equipped with a detergent tank, which you can use to apply detergent to the surfaces you’re washing or cleaning, like cars and boats.

The spray wand that comes with it is pretty solid, and there’s a 25 feet length of flexible hose attached to the washer so you can reach your work easily.

Also with the unit are two 10 inch sized tires which ensures you can move it through any terrain easily as you work.

Assembling the whole machine is pretty easy as there is not much to assemble when it arrives. There’re only a few parts to be assembled.

Starting it up is also very easy. With one pull of the start cord, you’ll have it up and running.

Overall, I would say the Powerboss gas unit is one in many I highly recommend for anyone looking for a pressure washer for home use. It will certainly meet your needs no matter how dirty things have become around your home.

What I like about it

  • It comes equipped with a powerful Honda engine.
  • Low maintenance pump.
  • It’s very portable with pneumatic tires
  • Starts easily

Where it can be improved

The oil that’s shipped with the power washer comes in a soft collapsible plastic bag, which can easily puncture and spill all over the machine during shipping.

6. WEN PW31 Pressure Washer

wen pw31 gas

Pressure: 3100 PSI, Flow rate: 2.5 GPM, Hose Length: 30 foot, Power Source: Gas engine.

When talking about power tools, WEN is a very familiar name to many. Whether or not you’ve used any their power tools before, I think the WEN PW31 pressure washer will certainly leave you with something to admire.

WEN advertises that the PW31 puts dirt under pressure. That, I’d say I concur with. The WEN PW31 comes with 5 quick connect nozzles that you can really use to cause any form of dirt around your home to flee without looking back.

It’s equipped with a very efficient and powerful Axial Cam pump which can pump up to 2.5 gallons of water per minute at a pressure of 3100 PSI.

Providing power to the axial cam pump is a powerful 208cc 4 stroke OHV gas engine, which not only helps to blast away the dirt and grime from your yard, but also ensures that you can do it without being limited by extension cords and hose.

The spray wand that comes with it is 42 inches in size and it’s very strong and sturdy, which is very necessary for it to withstand the volume of water going through it at high pressures.

Though it not the longest of hoses, the 30 foot reinforced hose that comes with it ensures that you can cover a wide surface area while cleaning.

Coupled with the other features is an onboard soap tank that makes it convenient for you to apply soap to whatever you’re washing with the WEN PW31 pressure washer.

What I like about it

  • Ideal for home use
  • Quite easy to maintain.
  • Very easy to assemble.
  • Starts within one or two pulls.
  • Portable with tires to move it around.

Where it can be improved

The pins provided to hold the wheel in place fall off due to vibration when the machine is on.

7. Sun Joe SPX4000 Electric Pressure Washer

sun joe spx4000

Pressure: 2030 PSI, Flow rate: 1.76 GPM, Hose Length: 20 foot, Power Source: Electric.

When it comes to doing medium cleaning jobs around the home such as cleaning small driveways, decks, grills and patio furniture, you can’t go wrong with an electric pressure washer.

Talking about electric pressure washers, the Sun Joe SPX4000 is one of the best ones you can get your hands on right now. No questions asked.

It’s equipped with a powerful 14.5 amp, 18 hundred Watts motor which is capable of pumping up to 1.76 GPM of water at a pressure of 1700 PSI, which is enough to accommodate all your medium cleaning jobs around the home.

At the top of the unit is a switch you can use to regulate the water pressure according to the task you’re undertaking. For easier tasks or dirt, you can switch it to 1450 PSI, while for hard or tougher tasks, you can wind it up to 2030 PSI to get the dirt flying off fast.

Like the gas models, it also comes fitted with 5 spray nozzles or tips (0, 15,25,40 degrees and a soap nozzle) that helps distribute the force of the water coming out of the washer so that you can clean both delicate surfaces that require less pressure and hard surfaces that require high streams of water.

The Sun Joe SPX4000 is equipped with easy glide wheels and a big handle in order for you to easily move it wherever you want to work.

To save energy and to prolong the life of the washer, the Sun Joe SPX4000 is equipped with a Total Stop System trigger that shots down the washer if the wand trigger is not engaged for some time.

Using the unit to dispense detergent is also very easy, because it’s equipped with an on-board detergent tank, so you can easily apply detergent to what you’re cleaning.

What I like about it

  • Comes equipped with a mobile cart for easy movement.
  • It’s lightweight
  • No noise produced during operation.
  • It’s very easy to assemble and use
  • No need to buy fuel. Just plug and use.

Where it can be improved

The hose that comes with it is a bit short. You may need to buy a longer one.

8. Stanley SLP2050 Electric Pressure Washer

stanley slp2050 electric pressure washer

Pressure: 2050 PSI, Flow rate: 1.4 GPM, Hose Length: 25 foot, Power Source: Electric.

If you really have to kick out the dirt and grime around your home, but you don’t want to deal with the high maintenance that goes with a gas model, then I seriously suggest you pick up the Stanley SLP2050 electric pressure washer.

With the Stanley SLP2050, you don’t have to deal with gas, the fumes, noise, the maintenance or any of the discomfort that comes with gas models.

It’s a medium duty pressure washer that you can use to clean off dirt from any of your outdoor power equipment like lawn mowers, your car, motorcycle, bicycle, patio furniture etc.

The Stanley SLP2050 has the capacity to pump up to 1.4 gallons of water per minute at a pressure of 2050 PSI, for you to clean off all the dirt around your home.

Portability is not an issue with the Stanley SLP2050 because it comes with a mobile cart with wheels you can easily use to move it wherever you want the work done. If you don’t dig the mobile cart, you can still use it as a stand-alone unit and carry it with the big rubber handle at the top.

5 quick connect nozzles (0, 15, 25, 40 and black nozzle) are attached to the SLP2050 so that you can easily switch to the nozzle that fits the task at hand.

An onboard 48 oz. detergent tank ensures you can easily apply detergent to whatever you’re cleaning by attaching the black quick connect nozzle to the spray wand. Note however, that you should only use recommended detergents which will not damage the unit in any way. Try to use liquid detergents.

Overall, I think the Stanley SLP2050 comes equipped with all the features that you’re ever going to need in a pressure washer, and it’s definitely one of the best electric units out there.

What I like about it

  • Very easy to maintain as it’s an electric unit.
  • Lightweight and very portable.
  • No noise.
  • Assembly is straightforward.
  • No need to buy fuel. Just plug and use.

Where it can be improved

The hose is nowhere near flexible.

9. AR Blue Clean AR390SS Electric Pressure Washer

AR Blue Clean ar390ss

Pressure: 2000 PSI, Flow rate: 1.4 GPM, Hose Length: 30 foot, Power Source: Electric.

Your car, swimming pool, dirty grills, dirty sidewalks, drive ways, decks, and house sidings, if it got dirt on it, you can get it cleaned perfectly with the AR Blue Clean AR390SS.

The AR Blue Clean AR390SS is one of the best electric pressure washers out there. Many people have used it and have left good reviews.

It’s equipped with a 30 foot high pressure hose which is quite long enough for you to be able to cover a large surface area while cleaning with it. Unlike other washers that just has a place for you to hang the hose on the washer, the AR390SS is equipped with a reel which you can easily use stow the hose when you’re done with it.

The AR390SS is capable of pumping 1.4 gallons of water per minute at a pressure of 2000 PSI, which is 30 times more pressure than your garden hose can produce. With it, you can easily blast away tough stains and dirt with ease.

It comes with 4 quick connect nozzle tips to vary the water pressure according to your needs. Included among the 4 nozzles is a turbo nozzle that produces a circular spray pattern and increases the pressure for cleaning off tougher stains and dirt.

An onboard 48 oz. detergent tank is also fitted into the AR390SS power washer, which comes in handy when you have to apply soap on what you’re cleaning, for instance when washing your car.

All the included accessories can be stored on the unit to prevent misplacing any one of them.

What I like about it

  • Maintenance free
  • Noise free.
  • Little to no assembly required.
  • It comes equipped with a hose reel.

Where it can be improved

The unit tends to tip over when pulling out the hose from the reel. A better stand that can hold the unit in place when pulling the hose would definitely be a good improvement to the AR Blue Clean AR390SS.

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10. Sun Joe SPX3500 Electric Pressure Washer

sun joe spx350

Pressure: 2300 PSI, Flow rate: 1.48 GPM, Hose Length: 20 foot, Power Source: Electric.

Sun Joe introduced another dirt battering electric pressure washer with the SPX3500. Unlike many other models which are fitted with universal motors, the Sun Joe SPX3500 comes equipped with a more than capable induction motor in order to achieve a quieter and long lasting machine.

The Sun Joe SPX3500 is capable of pumping 1.48 gallons of water per minute at a rate of 2300 PSI of pressure. That is enough cleaning units to wash out tough dirt and stain and to carry out any medium/heavy duty job around your home

Of the Sun Joe SPX electric pressure washer series, the Sun Joe SPX3500 is the current heaviest. It will definitely be heavier if you have to lift it, but it shows that the unit is made with top quality components, that will allow it to hold up for a long time.

It’s equipped with 5 different spray nozzles for channeling the water at different angles and to offer versatility on the types of jobs that can be tackled. The nozzles are 0, 15, 25, 40 degrees and a black nozzle for dispensing soap.

With the black soap dispenser nozzle fitted to the spray lance, you activate whatever detergent you have in the onboard soap tank, for easy application.

The unit is equipped with a 20 foot hose for conducting the water, and a 34 inch spray lance for applying the pressurized jet of water at longer distances. Though I think the 20 foot hose is actually not long enough, you can always upgrade the hose to the length you desire.

The extension cord that comes with the unit is 35 foot long, which is very good because you can always work far away from where the power outlet is.

Mobility is not a problem with the Sun Joe SPX3500 electric pressure washer because it comes equipped with easy glide wheels which allows you to roll it along with you if you have to.

What I like about it

  • Very powerful even though it’s electric
  • No noise pollution as it’s an electric unit.
  • Little to no assembly required.
  • Equipped with an induction motor.

Where it can be improved

It comes with a short hose.

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3 thoughts on “The 10 Best Pressure Washers in 2021 [Reviews and Guide]”

  1. Your article really helped me a lot. I’m going to get the Ford. I think it’s well built, just like you said, and I also like the looks as well. My driveway is looking so old due to ingrained dirt, and I’m thinking of removing all that dirt with a pressure washer.

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