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Stanley 1800 psi 1.4 GPM Electric Pressure Washer with High Pressure Variable Spray Gun, Wheels, and Bonus Turbo Wand
Model # P1800S-BB Internet # 202040154

(294)reviews and it has a 3 1/2 stars. It appears that if it is a bad unit it will not work within the first 20 minutes, otherwise it is a great little electric pressure washer.
WAS $189.00

$139.00 /EA-Each


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The price is good and the unit has some convenient features. Pressure washers can be kind of deceptive, though. The manufacturer's of pressure washers usually break them down into three categories. Light Duty washers are usually electric. They are designed for use 2 times a year and expected to last 2 years. That's essentially four uses before the mfg says they expect wear and tear (on the pump in particular) to exceed the usable life of the product. Medium Duty washers are usually gas powered. They are designed for use 4 times a year, and also warranted for 2 years. Heavy Duty washers are designed for daily use. These numbers are from the training materials and videos of the manufacturers.

# uses expected in 2 years
Light Duty = 4
Medium Duty = 8
Heavy Duty = 730+

None of that changes the fact that this is a bargain price for this unit with its multiple nozzles, hose reel, and soap reservoir which do not exist on all low duty pressure washers. If you wash 3 cars or clean your house with each use, it will probably save you money over renting equipment or paying for car washes. So thanks OP. It is important, however, to understand the ratings and expected uses of a product for people unfamiliar with them.

Atlanta is still $189 each

reg price for me in Pa,Md and Del

infinitemonkeys said:   The price is good and the unit has some convenient features. Pressure washers can be kind of deceptive, though. The manufacturer's of pressure washers usually break them down into three categories. Light Duty washers are usually electric. They are designed for use 2 times a year and expected to last 2 years. That's essentially four uses before the mfg says they expect wear and tear (on the pump in particular) to exceed the usable life of the product. Medium Duty washers are usually gas powered. They are designed for use 4 times a year, and also warranted for 2 years. Heavy Duty washers are designed for daily use. These numbers are from the training materials and videos of the manufacturers.

# uses expected in 2 years
Light Duty = 4
Medium Duty = 8
Heavy Duty = 730+

None of that changes the fact that this is a bargain price for this unit with its multiple nozzles, hose reel, and soap reservoir which do not exist on all low duty pressure washers. If you wash 3 cars or clean your house with each use, it will probably save you money over renting equipment or paying for car washes. So thanks OP. It is important, however, to understand the ratings and expected uses of a product for people unfamiliar with them.


I've been using my Karcher 1600psi electric pressure washer to wash two cars at a time for the last two summers for a total of at least 20 times and still going strong. Bought it for less than $50 on clearance from Target.

They make heavy duty electric ones too.. for inside use. Also heated water units.

the main difference is what type of pump it has.

We had a Sears unit we used monthly at work for cleaning about 1 hour at a time.. it lasted 12 washings.

there is an excessive amount of starting and stopping as its cleaning wet rack shelving. and you have to stop and start every 1-2 min or so.
replaced it with a powerwasher brand.. its on its 16th cleaning now.. Work isnt going to spend more on a durable unit.
they would rather just drop 150$ every year or 2.

infinitemonkeys said:   The price is good and the unit has some convenient features. Pressure washers can be kind of deceptive, though. The manufacturer's of pressure washers usually break them down into three categories. Light Duty washers are usually electric. They are designed for use 2 times a year and expected to last 2 years. That's essentially four uses before the mfg says they expect wear and tear (on the pump in particular) to exceed the usable life of the product. Medium Duty washers are usually gas powered. They are designed for use 4 times a year, and also warranted for 2 years. Heavy Duty washers are designed for daily use. These numbers are from the training materials and videos of the manufacturers.

# uses expected in 2 years
Light Duty = 4
Medium Duty = 8
Heavy Duty = 730+

None of that changes the fact that this is a bargain price for this unit with its multiple nozzles, hose reel, and soap reservoir which do not exist on all low duty pressure washers. If you wash 3 cars or clean your house with each use, it will probably save you money over renting equipment or paying for car washes. So thanks OP. It is important, however, to understand the ratings and expected uses of a product for people unfamiliar with them.

Dont waste your money on these. Anything you clean with this will still require some agitation method i.e, brush, broom, sponge, and some elbow grease. Save your money and just use a water hose..

189.00 online in my store, whats the store # ??

Are Amazon serves this product? I am looking for best Electric Pressure Washer.
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