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Sun Joe Pressure Washer REVIEW!!!

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Do you have a dirty deck, siding, side walks, etc?  If so do you have a pressure washer?  I used to steal my father in laws when I needed to do a cleaning project but his broke so I was back to square one until I received the Sun Joe Pressure Joe 2030 PSI 176 GPM 14.5 amp electric pressure washer for review.

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This is my first post which is my post about the unboxing of the pressure washer and my second post will be a full review post of the Sun Joe pressure washer in use so be sure to stay tunes for that.

Lets get a few specs out of the way:

  • 5 Quick-Connect spray tips (0º, 15º, 25º, 40º and soap) tackle light, medium and heavy duty cleaning tasks
  • Powerful 14.5-amp/1800-Watt motor generates up to 2030 PSI/1.76 GPM for maximum cleaning power
  • TSS (Total Stop System) – automatically shuts off the pump when trigger is not engaged to save energy and prolong pump life
  • Dual detergent tanks – two 0.9 L onboard, removable tanks carry and store different types of detergent to simultaneously tackle different cleaning projects
  • Includes a 34-inch extension wand, 20-foot high pressure hose, 35-foot power cord with GFCI protection, garden hose adaptor, needle clean-out tool
  • CSA approved; Full 2-year warranty

The first thing I noticed while unpacking the pressure washer was how easy it was to put together.  It took me 15 minutes max from box to fully put together which was awesome.  The next thing I noticed was how sturdy this bad boy was.  I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised.

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I love that is comes with 5 different spray tips so it will be able to tackle any job that I have.  It also has dual detergent tanks which I will be putting to use when I clean my deck in the next few weeks.

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All in all I am super impressed so far with this pressure washer and will be putting it to the test very soon so be sure to stay tuned for my next post where I will let you know how it performed.

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Comments

  1. I LOVE my pressure washer – especially at this time of the year when it’s getting nice outside and I want the house and yard to look good. I may need a new one…mine is red and the Sunjoe is my color!

  2. I have been considering a pressure washer but haven’t actually gotten one yet. This looks perfect for cleaning around the house outside it is amazing how dirty it gets!!

  3. I have heard pressure washers can do great things if used properly. I have some green mossy grown on my concrete I’d love to get rid of.

  4. A good pressure washer is a must have for any house! We used ours all the time!

  5. This is EXACTLY what I need! We get this weird mildewy mossy stuff on the north side of our house down here. It’s time to pressure wash again.

  6. This sounds like the perfect machine for those who have need for it. I live in an apartment so I don’t–but I can honestly say it sounds perfect for the jobs it is supposed to do.

  7. I never realized that you could get such an attractive and compact pressure washer. It would come in handy for keeping our long driveway clean throughout the year.

  8. CourtneyLynne says:

    Oooo this sounds like one fabulous pressure washer!!!!! Hubby has been wanting to get one super bad!

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