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[Home Depot] Ryobi 1600PSI 1.2GPM Electric Pressure Washer $98.00

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[Home Depot] Ryobi 1600PSI 1.2GPM Electric Pressure Washer $98.00

Might be just a warm deal. Original price was $128.

Just a basic electric pressure washer for light duty with no soap dispenser. Reviews seem good.

Went to HD that showed 22 in stock but none to been seen on floor. Ended up ordering online for pick up and will pick up today.
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The link says it includes a soap dispenser. And like many Ryobi products it has a 3 year warranty which is nice.
Includes 3 nozzles: 15, soap, and Turbo nozzle for 50% faster cleaning
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Quentin5 wrote:
May 18th, 2018 2:52 pm
The link says it includes a soap dispenser. And like many Ryobi products it has a 3 year warranty which is nice.
Doesn't say dispenser but a soap nozzle.

From what info could gather, this machine doesn't have a storage of soap built in.
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Narci wrote:
May 18th, 2018 2:57 pm
Doesn't say dispenser but a soap nozzle.

From what info could gather, this machine doesn't have a storage of soap built in.
It does not have a built-in storage for soap. It does, however, have an inlet and hose for drawing soap from a separate container.
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jsfcheung wrote:
May 18th, 2018 3:04 pm
It does not have a built-in storage for soap. It does, however, have an inlet and hose for drawing soap from a separate container.
Interesting, not a bad idea but i prefer a wand attached dispenser
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Is 1600PSI too low for any type of paint stripping or for preparing concrete to be resurfaced?

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Purchased one today. I cheaped out on the hose and regretted it. Great power washer and gets the job done. My primary use is for washing my car.

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