Pressure washers are very common tools that can clean buildup and growth that cause stains and decay. Pressure washer power is determined by PSI and water flow aka GPM. PSI is pounds per square inch pressure and GPM is gallons per minute. The higher the GPM, the faster the cleaning. There are electric and gas pressure washers. An electric washer is quieter whereas a gas pressure washer is much more powerful. You also have a variety of nozzles to choose from, so pick the one that best fits your needs.
- There are two types of pressure washers, electric and gas. Electric washers are quieter whereas gas washers are stronger and used for deeper cleaning.
- You need to choose the correct nozzle when spraying because if not you could damage your concrete and break window seals or damage decks.
- Before picking a pressure washer, make sure you find one with a safer choice label to prevent harm to your landscapes and equipment via toxic chemicals.
“Choosing the correct PSI is crucial in pressure washing, as the higher the PSI, the more force the water will have on the surface you’re cleaning.”