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    Another vote for Karcher. I've had the Karcher K5.540 Electric power washer (2000 psi) for several years now. Still works great.

    I always purge all the air out of the pump before turning it on. And I always store it indoors over the winter.




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    Actually I still haven’t bought one yet lol. Been procrastinating.
    Quote Originally Posted by RedSN View Post
    Another vote for Karcher. I've had the Karcher K5.540 Electric power washer (2000 psi) for several years now. Still works great.

    I always purge all the air out of the pump before turning it on. And I always store it indoors over the winter.




    just realized this was another american dead thread revival

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSN View Post
    Another vote for Karcher. I've had the Karcher K5.540 Electric power washer (2000 psi) for several years now. Still works great.

    I always purge all the air out of the pump before turning it on. And I always store it indoors over the winter.




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    I am a fan of its handy design, the flow of water and accessories but I think plastic could be more durable. In the same token, you can also shortlist Sun Joe SPX3000 2030. Amazon gave its "Amazon's Choice Badge" and I have personally used it. Probably, we will purchase one for home use next month.


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    I have the Sunjoe SPX3000. Had it for 4 years now and hasn’t given me any trouble.
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    So I have been living with this for the past year and a bit and must say that I love it for what I paid for it. Fully customizable where I can do upgrades where it is important and that is the handle etc. I will upgrade to a MTM Handle and Foam cannon but for now it is doing a very decent job.


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    Quote Originally Posted by xeninworx View Post
    I have the Sunjoe SPX3000. Had it for 4 years now and hasn’t given me any trouble.
    I have the same one. No issues at all.
    ~Scott B

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    ^ Price is very attractive as well.

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    Last year I picked up a Sun Joe from Home Depot. So far so good!
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