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[Home Depot] Ryobi 1800 PSI Pressure washer $98

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mlbsport wrote:


So.... i tested right after work on my concrete and this is awesome!! Better than sunjoe spx3000.. especially with the turbo nozzle thing... see the video clip but i am 100% satisfied! Hope this helps someone :)
That was a strangely satisfying 22sec video -- I found myself saying in my head 'Oh, don't forget that spot', or 'need to swirl to get that bit out'. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes

So tempted to get this, since the Karcher I got from Costco 10yrs ago is so bulky/heavy and, strangely, can't stand on its own. I have to keep reminding myself to wait until it outright dies, though, before buying another one.
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Colin0317 wrote: Is this strong enough for a foam canon?
Should be. I got decent foam from my old 1300 pressure washer and I get amazing foam from my 2000 psi crappy tire unit, even with the $15 simoniz car wash I buy at crappy tire the foam is pretty good. The thing is with foam canons the absolute best is from gas powered units as 1.5 gal a minute is recommended, but even electric units are pretty good over all. There are different orifices for your foam canon you can buy with 1.1 mm recommended for electric canons. This https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07258 ... UTF8&psc=1 canon goes on sale for $25 or less from time to time and is what I presently use. The orifices on amazon fit it though I haven't had to replace mine am quite happy with what came with it. Here is an orifice.
https://www.amazon.ca/TOOGOO-Cannon-Ori ... ve&sr=1-23
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What are some good accessories for this? Links please?
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Not surprisingly HD cancelled my pickup order after 6 days. Luckily I went and purchased one in store before they went out of stock
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jacky190424 wrote: You also have spx3000?
I did... used 2x and motor started to smoke... took it back to Homedepot, unfortunately..
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Haha i did get all those spots after the recording...
This one is so light and small... and more powerful than I anticipated...
Bishop8 wrote: That was a strangely satisfying 22sec video -- I found myself saying in my head 'Oh, don't forget that spot', or 'need to swirl to get that bit out'. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling Eyes

So tempted to get this, since the Karcher I got from Costco 10yrs ago is so bulky/heavy and, strangely, can't stand on its own. I have to keep reminding myself to wait until it outright dies, though, before buying another one.
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Sold out online and pickup order for me :(
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Has anyone been able to find tips with a 2.0 orifice online? I am looking for a 25 degree tip to wash the car.
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ALLCAPS wrote: Just the generic Gardena brand quick connects, available from Home Depot, CanTire etc.
Are these the plastic ones? Can they hold up against the pressure?

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/garden ... 1000502730
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Can this help clean the green mold in between the bricks ?
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Vaughan hwy 7 and westom has about 5 left on the floor.
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Colin0317 wrote: Has anyone been able to find tips with a 2.0 orifice online? I am looking for a 25 degree tip to wash the car.
2.0 25 degree nozzle.

But honestly, just get a readily available 3.0 nozzle set from Amazon. You won’t notice the difference really. I would not be surprised if the Ryobi comes with generic 3.0 nozzles that work on all their PWs.

And I have no issue washing my vehicles with a 15 degree nozzle using my 3300 PSI 3.0 GPM Rigid PW. Use common sense and start out further away. Stay clear of any trim or loose paint that could be damaged. You will get a feel for it over time.
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I placed my online order on May 14th and Home Depot called me yesterday to advise that they sold out and will be cancelling my order. I asked when they will have them back in stock and the rep told me they had approximately 30 units coming in sometime in june. I told her that i will wait. She still tried to push me to cancel my order for some reason but i didnt allow it. I got an email today stating my order is ready for pick up. I don't know what game they are playing over there but if they call to cancel you order i wouldn't just accept it right away.
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thought these were all sold out according to the website, was at Homedepot in morningside for something else and found one as I walked past the pressure washer section!
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ndiniwachojeff wrote: Are these the plastic ones? Can they hold up against the pressure?

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/garden ... 1000502730
That's pretty much the one (though you only need the one with the thread on the outside). There's no pressure to handle, because it's the connector that's taking the water into the machine, so therefore before the pump element. At least, as far as I know. :)
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