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Best pressure washer deals: Up to $110 off Greenworks and Sun Joe

Inspired by PowerWash Simulator and want to clean up your yard and mostly anything else that needs a pressure wash? We’ve got all the best pressure washer deals below so that you can save plenty of money while also keeping all your surrounding areas nice and clean too. Read on while we take you through the highlights with a pressure washer for every budget included here.

Sun Joe Electric Pressure Washer — $135, was $200

The Sun Joe Electric Pressure Washer on a white background.
Sun Joe

Designed with both indoor and outdoor cleaning tasks in mind, the Sun Joe Electric Pressure Washer will take all the effort out of cleaning up your patio, porch, deck, garage, laundry room, or even your car. It has a powerful 13-amp motor which generates a maximum of 2,000 PSI and 1.95GPM. Its 5.7-amp wet/dry vacuum motor can generate up to 49.2 cubic feet of airflow for great range. It also comes with a 10-fluid-ounce foam cannon if you need a boost to your cleaning efforts, while there’s a 20-foot high-pressure hose too. To further add to the flexibility, a 35-feet power cord means you’re not tied to being near a power source all the time.

Greenworks Electric Pressure Washer — $190, was $220

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The Greenworks Electric Pressure Washer has up to 2,000 PSI along with 1.2 GPM. Its 14-amp motor ensures exceptional cleaning power while being suitably water-resistant. It has an open frame design with 10-inch wheels so it’s simple to move around. It comes with a metal wand, soap, and turbo nozzles, along with multiple quick-connect wand tips for other cleaning tasks. An onboard soap tank proves useful while there’s a 25-foot kink-resistant hose that’s capable of dealing with a lot of situations, while a 35-foot power cord ensures plenty of range.

Sun Joe XTREAM Clean Electric Pressure Washer — $190, was $240

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Sun Joe

The Sun Joe XTREAM Clean Electric Pressure Washer combines gas-like power with the convenience of electricity. An eco-friendly 13 amp motor can generate up to 1,700 pounds per square inch of pressure, ably breaking down dirt, grease, and other grime. Up to 1.2 gallons per minute of maximum flow rinse anything unwanted away. Alongside that is Sun Joe’s XTREAM foaming which is an onboard detergent foam cannon that aerates detergent before shooting it up to 15 feet away for maximum coverage. There are four quick-connect nozzles with different degrees that provide a range of spray patterns for all kinds of tasks. Up to 1,700 PSI of pressure and 1.2 GPM of flow means nothing in your yard is safe if you don’t want it to be. It also has a 20-foot steel-reinforced, high-pressure hose and a durable stainless steel lance with solid brass fittings. A 35-foot power cord rounds off things nicely.

Greenworks Pro Electric Pressure Washer — $320, was $430

The Greenworks Pro Electric Pressure Washer on a white background.

The Greenworks Pro Electric Pressure Washer is a powerful pressure washer delivering up to 3,000 PSI at 2.0 max GPM. It has a great 14-amp Trubrushless motor with an axial cam pump so you get great power and efficiency at once. It has digitally controlled auto-adapting technology so you get maximum cleaning power with any nozzle. Alongside that, the intelligent PCBA maximizes cleaning power by adjusting motor speeds to adapt to your needs. A hassle-free push button start powers things up instantly while you even have the ease of a thermal relief valve that purges hot water from the pump as needed. It also has a rugged steel frame with a wheelbarrow design so you can easily move it around via the 10-inch never-flat wheels.

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