December 28, 2007, Newsletter Issue #96: Is a "Residential" Pressure Washer Available?

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Pressure washers come in a few basic sizes and configurations. One of the main differences between them is the output of the pressure washer pump. Many residential pressure washer pumps will feature a high pressure pump with a thermal "relief valve" and can output between 1500 and 2400 PSI. Residential pressure washer pumps are installed in these pressure washers to help blast dirt off a variety of 'home-use' surfaces including lawn furniture, cars, boats and trucks.

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