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Cheap pressure washer deals in 2022

Cheap pressure washer deals
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If you're here to find cheap pressure washer deals then you are in the right place as we have compiled a guide to getting the very best prices on the ultimate pressure washers. In fact, there are currently some great deals on the best pressure washers (opens in new tab) featured in our comprehensive buying guide. 

From deep cleaning your patio or driveway to giving your car, bike or even your house a good spruce, these pressure washers will do it all. Thanks to various head attachments or changeable nozzles, it's possible to vary the power of pressure so you can safely use them on varying objects without the worry of damage – or, in some ways worse – not having enough power to actually clean what you want.

Some brands also offer cleaning fluid add-ons which fire out foam or soap as you wash to ensure an even neater finish. Not all models have this feature though, so if that sounds like something you want, it's worth looking out for. Another variation across models is the power, measured by the pressure shown as "PSI". The higher the better for pure grime-clearing power.

Most models are mains-powered these days but you can get gas-powered if that's more helpful to you, giving you more freedom to move away from the power supply as you need. Either way, you will need a hose pipe connection to get that water firing through.

Without further ado, here are some cheap pressure washer deals you can bag right now.

Cheap pressure washer deals

Pressure washer deals

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Simpson MegaShot 3000 Gas Pressure Washer (opens in new tab) | was $419.99 | now $379
The Simpson MegaShot 3000, as the name suggests, offers 3,000 PSI thanks to a powerful Honda engine, 15-inch steel surface cleaner, four quick connect nozzles, and 25 feet of hose all backed by a 5-year limited frame warranty and 2-year engine warranty. There is also a detergent tank that lets you add soap as you need too.

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Hyper Tough 1800 Washer (opens in new tab) | was $179 | now $148
This electric pressure washer offers 1,800 PSI of cleaning force, two quick nozzle attachments, a non-kink hose, a detergent addition option, 7.2-inch wheels and auto start-stop to ensure maximum engine life. This is also compact for easy storage while packing in a telescopic handle to suit even taller users.

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Wholesun 3000 Electric Pressure Washer (opens in new tab) | was $189.99 | now $149.99 
This leaf blower packs in some serious power with 3,000 PSI plus you get four nozzles including a foam gun for cars, 20-feet of hose and a 2-year warranty. All that packed into a compact upright design for storage ease with an intelligent start-stop system to protect the motor each time you let go of the handle.

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Karcher K5 Premium 2000 (opens in new tab) | was $369.99 | now $277.4
This is one of the biggest names in pressure washing and the K5 represents one of the best models. This packs in 2,000 PSI of electric powered pressure, a vario pressure adjustable head, 25-foot kink-resistant high-pressure hose, and a 2-year warranty. Karcher also claims this motor lasts five times longer than universal motors.

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Sun Joe SPX4500 Electric Pressure Washer (opens in new tab) | was $349 | now $339
This electric pressure washer from Sun Joe offers huge wheels on a frame system that makes it easy to move about while packing in high-end 2,000W motor with 2,500 PSI. You get a 34-inch extension wand, 20-foot high-pressure hose and one gallon onboard detergent tank making it ideal for cars, patios and RVs.

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Costway 2030 Electric Pressure Washer (opens in new tab)| was $159.99 | now $113.99 
This electric pressure washer from Costway ticks a lot of boxes, including offering lots of power at 2030 PSI. With five quick change nozzles, multiple heads and a brush for car cleaning this is super versatile. The warranty is limited to just 90 days though.

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Sun Joe SPX3000 2030, 14.5-amp (opens in new tab) | was $199.99 | now $169 
This deal gets you 15% off the price of one of the biggest pressure washer brand names in the US. This particular model packs in plenty of power with an impressive 2,030 PSI from a 1,800-watt mains-powered motor. With five quick connect tips this can be used on anything, from patios and houses to boats and cars.

Cheap pressure washers

Sun Joe SPX3000 2030

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Sun Joe SPX3000 2030, 14.5-amp

Powerful pick for everything from cars to driveways

Max pressure: 2,030 PSI | Power source: Mains | Heads: 5

Versatile 
Affordable

Sun Joe is a household name and this model of pressure washer will fit most homes perfectly. This is thanks to a combination of affordable pricing, easy mains power, five head attachments for lots of uses, and plenty of power.

All that means this will work on your car, your boat, your RV, your driveway, your patio and everything in between. All that and it comes in a snazzy color that'll means it stands out in your garage even when it gets a bit muckier.

Black Max 2500PSI Gas Pressure Washer

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Black Max 2500PSI Gas Pressure Washer

Best for pure grunt power

Max pressure: 2,500 PSI | Power: Gas | Heads: 3

Provides plenty of power
Runs off gas

Black Max offers plenty of grunt in this model of pressure washer that runs off gas. This is ideal for anyone that wants to use this where there may be a hose for water but no mains power supply. Yup, boat owners, we're looking at you.

A set of chunky wheels also help to make this as mobile as possible while still packing in all that 2,500 PSI of power for use as you need.

Karcher K5 Premium Electric Pressure Washer

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Karcher K5 Premium 2000

Best for long lasting build quality

Max pressure: 2,000 PSI | Power: Mains | Heads: 5+

Premium brand
Three year warranty

Karcher is a super premium brand which prides itself on quality of build. As such this model comes with an impressive three year warranty and will offer lots of power for the size and price.

You also get plenty of head attachments making this great for all uses with some particularly special heads for cars and boats – one of which even sprays out soap as you need.

What to look out for in a pressure washer

There are a few key factors to keep in mind when picking the perfect pressure washer for you. First up you need to ask what it's for. Are you only going to clean your car? In that case pressure can be lower and you may find a more affordable option. If you also want to clean your patio, driveway, home, boat, RV and beyond, you will need more PSI force. 

You will also want to consider how many nozzle head attachments you need, each one offering different pressure so you can use this on different objects as needed.

Consider the warranty also as these machines are under a lot of strain so they can go wrong if you don't opt for a make or model that is built to last. The start-stop system feature helps in this respect so is also worth looking out for. Big name brands, that offer aftercare support and easy to access replacement parts, are also worth keeping your eye out for.

Do you need electric or gas powered? This is mainly down to where you need to get to as both offer similar power output. So if you have plenty of hose extension but not mains power then gas may suit you better. Otherwise electric models can offer more for a lower price, generally.

Storage may also be a factor where you can go for a more upright design if you want to have a unit you can fit into the shed without taking up too much room.

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