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Semi-Pro Electric Pressure Washer Buyer's Guide

How to Pick the Perfect Semi-Pro Electric Power Washer

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Semi-Pro Electric Pressure Washer Buyer's Guide

Consumer + Professional = Semi-Pro.

Just because you don't pressure wash for a living doesn't mean you can't use the same equipment as the pros.

If you're a homeowner who won't settle for anything but the best in your garage, you're in the right place.

Semi-pro pressure washers give you the power and versatility of a professional unit, but stay much closer to the consumer price ballpark.

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Semi-Pro Handheld Electric Power Washer
Hand Held Electric

These units stuff a whole mess of cleaning power into a very small, very portable package. At first glance you might think these semi-pro handheld electric power washers aren't up to snuff, but that's dead wrong.

Equipped with high-quality pumps often found on professional units, you'll love how quiet these are in operation. And because they're electric you can safely use them indoors if necessary. Clean the hull of your boat, blast mud off your ATV or turn your driveway into a car wash.

Semi-Pro Medium Electric Pressure Washer
Medium Electric

Semi-pro medium electric pressure washers are slightly larger than the handheld units, but they're on wheeled carts, making them very easy to transport. With high-quality pumps and reliable electric motors, these power washers require very little maintenance and upkeep.

You can expect enhanced usability and performance features, such as adjustable pressure, on-board detergent tanks and run-dry capability. With this versatility, you can power wash silk screens for printing as easily as you can clean your RV or home.

Semi-Pro Large Electric Pressure Washer
Large Electric

The features on semi-pro large electric pressure washers are more often found on gas-powered units. With the excellent cleaning capability, you could swear you were using a gas unit - except when you realize how quiet these run.

Some of these units require a 20 amp outlet, so you'll need to consider your existing power when shopping. But these can work all day and handle serious messes, such as stables, kennels or shop floors.

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