06:05AM | 04/09/03
Member Since: 04/08/03
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I want to buy a pressure washer for my house. Can anyone give me advice on a particular brand to purchase. I am looking at an ExCel 2400PSI 5HP Honda Overhead Cam engine 2.5GPM and a Craftsman 2300PSI 6HP Briggs & Stratton engine 2.0 GPM. I will use it for cleaning sidewalks, driveway, patio, siding etc.. Does anyone have any advise??


06:28AM | 04/09/03
Member Since: 03/13/00
1678 lifetime posts
If it will only be used for your own home, I'm sure either of these will be great. I'd go for the lower price.
If it will be used a lot more, such as for commercial use, I think I'd go for the Honda engine. Others may have different opinions.


01:51PM | 04/09/03
Member Since: 10/15/02
359 lifetime posts
The honda one will be the most reliable, also the higher the pressure the better it will clean. If it was a hot water washer, then lower pressure is better.


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