Within seconds, we were able to watch the years roll off as the black and green gave way to the original red.To see the Greenworks Pro Pressure Washer in action, check it out on our YouTube page by One of the highlights of using the Greenworks GWP2300 revolves around the sound levels it generates. It has sturdy 10″ wheels connected to an open frame/roll cage. I compared it to the Ryobi 2,300 psi washer, man, I was impressed by the power it had. In his free time, you might find Chris with his nose jammed in a book, or tearing out his remaining hair while watching Liverpool FC. It quickly reaches full power with every tip it came with and when you release the trigger the motor stops again.You might be asking, what about soap? At first we wondered why they sent us spare parts, but looking at the box made it obvious where it went. I wouldWe bought the Greenworks 2200 about 2 years ago.

The good part about this tip is that it has enough power to get through the dirt, but it also doesn’t have so much power that you’ll start spraying away paint and tearing up your trim work.Finally, we hooked up the turbo nozzle and took it to some stubborn mold and grime accumulating on some of our hardscapes. They make/sell them but can’t send me the missing part I paid for!

Every year (or two) I borrow my father’s pressure washer and go to town dressed in my oldest shoes for foot protection, swimsuit, tech shirt, and big floppy hat. No horsing around with priming an engine and pull-starting this pressure washer.

When he doesn't have his hands on tools himself, he's often the man behind the camera lens making the rest of the team look good. The instructions were clear for assembly but missed one step for the lower hose reel. Without too much actual laboring, we blasted off the initial layers of mold and mildew in the first pass.We also used this tip for some slimy, black bits on our concrete slab as well. From a purely spec-related place, these numbers are very similar to The GWP2300 features Smart Flow Technology, which they’ve dubbed “JettFlow”. A 15° tip for brick and concrete, a 25° tip for siding and PVC, a soaping tip for applying cleaners to surfaces, and a 40° tip for rinsing are all included.However, the GWP2300 also comes with a rotary turbo nozzle. Think of an orbital sander, but with high pressure water.

It’s the same as the top of the reel, but upside down. These weren’t in terrible shape in the first place, but a good spring cleaning never hurts.

Even with the 15 degree tip it was 1,500 psi. Please read and accept our website Terms and Privacy Policy to post a comment.The comment form collects your name, email and content to allow us keep track of the comments placed on the website. For one thing, you don’t have to fuss with gas and oil. Once you squeeze the trigger, the pressure is low for 2-3 seconds as the pump recognizes flow and starts building pressure again. Please read and accept our website Terms and Privacy Policy to post a comment.Our site uses cookies. If you are cleaning a flat surface like concrete or a deck, this is a must have tool for several reasons. Here’s what we learned:There are a few benefits to the brushless motor that are worth mentioning. At 41.5 lbs it’s helpful to have a second person lift it from the box, but it’s doable as a one person lift. Bad on us. It kept shutting off. Called after trying to find one myself.

Greenworks Pro Pressure Washer Key Features Brushless Motor. because that’s just what we do. What does this mean? He enjoys his faith, family, friends, and the Oxford comma.I purchased one from Lowes last year, after the cheap Archer pressure washer gabe outt from years of use. The rep actually stated it would shut off if it overheated and the weather was over 80 degrees!!!!! It’s a Lowe’s-exclusive product, so you’ll have to either pick it up at your local store or order it online. We only used it once the first summer. The 25° tip is for general cleaning and sweeping dirt and grass from surfaces. However, it’s a great choice for homeowners that have occasional jobs throughout the year and don’t want the hassle, noise, and emissions of a gas model.You'll find Chris behind the scenes of almost everything Pro Tool Reviews produces.