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Cold Water Electric Pressure Washer 1300 PSI 1.27 GPM
- Working pressure is 1300 psi with 4.8 L/min (1.27 GPM) flow rate
- Hose fitting is 3/4 in. with 11.5 TPI thread
- 1200-Watt motor with carbon brush and aluminum wire
- 120-Volt/ 60 Hz
- Accessories included
- Spray gun with adjustable spray nozzle (long gun)
- 16.4 ft. spray hose
- 16.4 ft. power cord
- Quick water inlet connect
- Nozzle cleaning pin
- Detergent bottle
- Plug is equipped with GFCI switch for safety
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The Electric Pressure Washer is perfect for small to medium size jobs around the house. Clean the deck, patio, awning, outdoor furniture and more with the Sportsman Series 1300 psi Electric Pressure Washer. Perfect for jobs around the house and yard, the lightweight and portable Pressure Washer packs a lot of power in a small package. A 16 ft. hose with an adjustable nozzle can get to those hard to reach, hard to clean spots. Accessories include quick connect water inlet and detergent bottle. Plus, the unit features a GFCI plug for safety.
Spray down and clean the patio, sidewalk, deck, outdoor furniture, siding, awning, front porch, and more with the Electric Pressure Washer.
Item # EPW1300
Using a pressure washer to clean your patio can be an effective and efficient way to remove dirt, grime, mold, and other debris. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to do it safely and effectively:
Safety First: Before you start, ensure you have the necessary safety equipment. Wear protective goggles, closed-toe shoes, and hearing protection. Also, make sure there are no pets or children in the immediate area while operating the pressure washer.
Prepare the Area: Clear the patio of any furniture, plants, or other objects that could get in the way of your cleaning. Sweep away loose debris like leaves and dirt to make the washing process more effective.
Choose the Right Nozzle and Pressure: Pressure washers come with different nozzle tips that produce various spray patterns and pressures. For cleaning a patio, use a fan or wide-angle nozzle with medium pressure (around 2000-3000 PSI) to avoid damaging the surface. Check the manual for your pressure washer to determine the appropriate nozzle and pressure settings.
Wet the Surface: Connect your pressure washer to a water source and turn it on. Begin by wetting down the entire patio surface with the pressure washer. This helps to loosen the dirt and makes the cleaning process easier.
Apply Detergent (If Needed): Depending on the level of grime and stains, you may want to use a patio cleaning detergent. Use a low-pressure nozzle or a dedicated detergent nozzle to apply it evenly on the patio surface.
Pressure Wash the Patio: Once the detergent has been applied (if using any), switch back to the wide-angle nozzle and start pressure washing the patio. Hold the wand at a consistent distance from the surface, typically around 1 to 2 feet away. Then use even, sweeping motions. Move the wand parallel to the surface, not directly at it, to prevent damage.
Work in Sections: Divide the patio into manageable sections and clean them one at a time. This allows you to clean the entire surface thoroughly and evenly.
Rinse Thoroughly: After pressure washing each section, rinse off any remaining detergent and dirt. Make sure no detergent residue is left behind, as it could be slippery and hazardous.
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