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Old 09-06-2011, 03:24 AM
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Ex-Cell 2500 PSI

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

This power washer has been a great product for us and does an excellent job power washing cement, concrete, wood, brick, and siding. We have had it for probably three years and purchased it so we could prepare our driveway for sealing. I was amazed at how clean our driveway looked after cleaning it just once for only about fifteen minutes. It's very easy to hook up and not too heavy so anybody could use it. There are multiple hook ups and accessories that you can purchase to make your job easier. We purchased several hoses and even a special brush part that really helped clean things nicely. The product is about the size of a snow blower so it's easy to store in our garage when we aren't using it. The price is reasonable compared to some of the really expensive models out there. We paid less than $400 but brands like Vox offer products that cost more than $1,000. For industrial use, the Vox is for sure the better choice. Our product and the Karcher seem to be the best out there for at home use and price anywhere from $150 to $400. One thing to be mindful of when using this pressure washer is the hoses you have it hooked up to. If there is even a small kink or any damage at all to the hose, the washer will really suffer in its pressure and you might not notice right away and have to start your job over. This can be very time consuming so we really recommend having a dedicated hose just for the power washer rather than using your every day garden hose. There aren't any safety features other than you have to be holding the handle properly to get the product to work.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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