Pressure Washers 101
Pressure washers can be used for anything from cleaning your car, to cleaning your patio, to removing dirt and paint from your house in preparation for re-painting. Not only do pressure washers make cleaning quicker and easier, they save water since they only take about 1/5 the water a garden hose would use to do the same job.
Frequency & Use
Pressure washers are categorized in groups based upon frequency of use and the types of products/surfaces they are best suited for cleaning. Selecting the right pressure washer for your needs depends on the answers to the following questions:
- What are you going to clean?
- How often are you going to clean?
- How much time do you want to spend?
Learn to Clean
Have you ever wondered how to use a pressure washer to clean a deck? How about a car? A birdbath? Whatever the project, we have a how-to video to show you the proper cleaning techniques with your Brute™ pressure washer.
Why Engines Matter
The engine that powers your pressure washer plays a pivotal role in product performance as well as the user experience over the life of you pressure washer. If you choose a trusted name like Briggs & Stratton®, then you can rest assured that your engine is:
- Easy to start
- Durable and Reliable
- Meets or exceed environmental standards
- Backed by an experienced, worldwide parts network
Before starting any pressure-washing project, it is important to take the time to properly prepare the work site, and consider some of the following safety tips.
What Are All These Terms?
PSI. GPM. Learn the meaning behind all of the terms and specs used to describe a pressure washer.