Electric pressure washers are compact, lightweight and convenient. While you do need an electrical outlet and an extension cord, electric washers don't require oil changes and you'll never have to stop to refuel. They are ideally suited for small- to medium-sized cleaning projects.
Electric powered pressure washers have motors.
Quickly and easily change between high pressure, low pressure, pin-point and fan spray patterns, with just a twist of the wrist.
Get precise control and optimal cleaning with these nozzles featuring pre-defined spray patterns.
By whirling a pin-point spray in a circular pattern, these incredibly powerful tools clean up to 40% faster than standard adjustable spray nozzles.
An on-board pressure hose, also known as a power cord reel, is an exterior-mounted reel that reduces clutter and neatly stores your pressure washer between uses.
Internal pressure hose and/or power cord reel is an interior-mounted reel that reduces clutter even more for tidy and compact storage of your pressure washer between uses.
On-board accessory storage stores your nozzles, wand and gun on your pressure washer to ensure that they are always readily available.
The pounds per square inch of water pressure created by the pump. This is the pressure the washer uses to penetrate dirt and grime. Increasing the PSI will increase your cleaning power.
The gallons per minute or volume of water delivered through the spray gun. The higher your GPM, the more water you'll use to break down dirt and wash it away.
A cleaning unit is calculated by the pressure washer's combined PSI and GPM. It is the most accurate way of measuring the total cleaning speed and power of a pressure washer. The higher the CU, the greater the variety of items you can clean and the more time you save.