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Sun Joe Outdoor Power Equipment 30% off (e.g) pole saw, lawn mover, tiller , power washer and more)

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How's the SPX3001
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Mar 17, 2021
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Same as the spx3000 but with a reel. Some people complain the reel doesn't work great and some say it works great. I was waiting for either one to drop to this price all summer so I just bought it. Thanks OP!
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Ordered one.. PM with homedepot.ca
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gskn4u wrote: Ordered one.. PM with homedepot.ca
Did they price beat by 10%?
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Thanks op. Needed a pressure washer. Does this one take the attachment that Amazon sells? I forgot the name of the statements but they are not sun joe brand. Is this one better than the karcher or kobalt one?
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That's the sun joe Pro lawn mower. That's a good price.
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JCCRFD wrote: Did they price beat by 10%?
No price beat.. just price match..
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Bought the lawn mower and surface deck washer. Thanks!!
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whitbyguy wrote: Same as the spx3000 but with a reel. Some people complain the reel doesn't work great and some say it works great. I was waiting for either one to drop to this price all summer so I just bought it. Thanks OP!
Dealfiber wrote: Thanks op. Needed a pressure washer. Does this one take the attachment that Amazon sells? I forgot the name of the statements but they are not sun joe brand. Is this one better than the karcher or kobalt one?
I have the same model. The reel is a pain in the @@@ to use, but it can keep things organized when stored. I usually ask for my daughters help so one person can pull the rose and the other can hold the pressure washer. The way to keep the electric cable is also just ok. I would buy something else with more power.
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For those lazy people like me that don’t want to click on the link to see the sale prices and products
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Darn, was hoping the dethatcher would be included/in stock
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Bella125 wrote: Then why bother?
Longer return policy and easy return in store.. if I had to return then I have to pack and I had difficulty in past for large item..
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Feb 26, 2015
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Is this pressure washer powerful enough to strip old stain from deck? Need something primarily for that use.
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krulzt wrote: Is this pressure washer powerful enough to strip old stain from deck? Need something primarily for that use.
Its much more powerful than a standard electric power washer (2030 PSI and 1.7GPM vs ~1800 PSI and 1.2GPM) you see in this price range but I cant tell you for sure if it would strip the stain... You're talking about stripping something that is intended to soak and sink into the actual wood fiber, versus paint that sits on top. Never heard of someone stripping stain with a pressure washer, would you not need a sander for that just as you would when you strip stain from hardwood floor? This is turning into a learning exercise for me.
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jbone14 wrote: Its much more powerful than a standard electric power washer (2030 PSI and 1.7GPM vs ~1800 PSI and 1.2GPM) you see in this price range but I cant tell you for sure if it would strip the stain... You're talking about stripping something that is intended to soak and sink into the actual wood fiber, versus paint that sits on top. Never heard of someone stripping stain with a pressure washer, would you not need a sander for that just as you would when you strip stain from hardwood floor? This is turning into a learning exercise for me.
Whole point of using a powerful pressure washer is avoid sanding the deck. Trying to cut down overhead as much as possible.
Not sure how most people strip the old stain from their deck though, would love to hear their ideas.
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krulzt wrote: Whole point of using a powerful pressure washer is avoid sanding the deck. Trying to cut down overhead as much as possible.
Not sure how most people strip the old stain from their deck though, would love to hear their ideas.
Cool! Learned something new, I had no idea.
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krulzt wrote: Whole point of using a powerful pressure washer is avoid sanding the deck. Trying to cut down overhead as much as possible.
Not sure how most people strip the old stain from their deck though, would love to hear their ideas.
Usually stripping stains requires nasty chemical, and requires multiple applications.

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