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Medium Duty: 1900 – 2788 PSI
Ideal for removing dirt and mold from:
• Exterior siding
Heavy Duty: 2800 PSI or More
Ideal for cleaning and removing tough stains from:
• Second-story exteriors
Deciding between an electric pressure washer or a gas pressure washer comes down to intended use. Check out the advantages below.
When it comes to choosing the best pressure washer for your home, you’ll want to consider the tasks you’ll tackle with your machine. For example, if you need to dissolve and clean oil and grease stains from garages and driveways, a hot-water pressure washer might work better for you than a cold-water pressure washer.
If you’re looking for a car pressure washer, a light-duty selection will do the job. Ranging between 1300 and 1900 pounds per square inch (PSI), these machines are lightweight, quiet and perfect for smaller jobs — especially if you decide to purchase an electric pressure washer instead of a gas pressure washer.
If you want a pressure washer for driveways, a medium-duty machine will come in handy. With a PSI between 2000 and 2800, these machines are still safe for home use but produce faster results with added power.
When you buy a Lowe’s pressure washer, you’ll find the model you need plus all the extras. Our pressure washer attachments include items such as spray nozzles and pressure washer hoses to help you operate efficiently for maximum cleaning power.
Shop Lowes.com to find your new pressure washer, accessories and soap for pressure washers. You’ll also want to browse our Ideas tab for helpful buying guides around choosing the best electric pressure washer or gas pressure washer for your needs. We have instructional articles like How to Pressure Wash Cars, Trucks and Boats, Pressure Washing Decks and Fences and How to Pressure Wash Your Home’s Exterior. You’ll also find helpful information on pressure washer maintenance to keep your new machine at its cleaning peak.