Pressure Washers – Selection and Uses

You may also like...

6 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Looking for instructions on how to rebuild water pump for Karcher 2500 G pressure washer. Can you refer to a blog site or other?

  2. Brian Mark says:

    You could try PressureParts.com (another Omaha, NE based business.) He’s got most of the parts lists available. I don’t know of any sites that describe rebuilding one, though.

  3. Anonymous says:

    do you have any suggestions for which pressure washer I should purchase for using outside in my backyard (cleaning the shed, my dog’s kennel floor which is cement, the deck, etc)?

  4. Thanks for the info!

    This helps out alot!

  5. Alice says:

    I love my Karcher electric pressure washer. It gives me plenty of washing power for most things without worrying about destroying the item. Although it tear up some rotting wood on an old deck pretty nicely!

    I think that unless you really need lots of power on a regular basis (like you do this for a living), most homeowners can do just fine with an electric model. But guys always like to have “MORE POWER”!!

  6. Alex says:

    I need a pressure washer but I don't know what the type is called so I can't find it on Google.

    It will be a permanently mounted overhead "tube" with multiple nozzles to clean objects about 100 inches wide as they slide underneath it on a conveyor belt.

    An alternative, the kind of undercarriage pressure washing system that trucks at mining camps drive over would work.

    Anybody know what these are called?