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*beginner, so please be patient with me.* I know nothing about pressure washers, so I am hoping someone can possible give me some feedback between the two pressure washers that I am looking to purchase. 1. Oregon 3300 psi pressure washer 2. Mi-T-M 3200 psi pressure washer I want the Mi-T-M, but it is significantly more expensive than the Oregon, but I don't mind paying a little more for a good pressure washer. I know Mi-T-M has a great reputation and great products. The Oregon is around $500, and the Mi-T-M is around $800 from the quotes that I received. Is the 3300 psi going to be better than the 3200 psi? I have attached all the information that I have on the pressure washers. Anyone who has knowledge about pressure washers, please give me some feedback. Thank you very much. Oregon 3300 psi.pdf Mi-T-M Pressure Washer 3200.pdf
I have an electric Greenworks 2000 psi pressure washer that I use about once every couple of months. It has a soap tank for the detergent. When no more soap comes out through the sprayer, I can still see a little detergent at the very bottom of the soap tank. Can I store the washer like this for a couple of months, or do I somehow need to empty the soap tank after every use? And if you have this Greenworks product, how do you remove this little bit of detergent left in the soap tank? Thanks in advance!
First off, this is not me, but this guy is crazy for the Adam's Red Polish. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLZJM3IaDUY If you're interested, he's done tests of many soaps (Amazon soap tests, Wal Mart soap tests series). He always said the Adam's Red was his favorite--and still does with the re-issue. Now, I know Adam's folks say the blue is better in every way, but acknowledge that the red has a cult following--is it cost prohibitive to sell both? Let's be frank--i'm not trying to get you guys to be like one of your competitors that have 15 different versions of the same product--but people seem to really like this red soap! Of course, I'm mindful of folks saying the "older" way is better--you can't watch an AC/DC video on youtube without some goob saying "Bon Scott was better...." even though he's been dead for nearly 40 years and Brian Johnson was clearly better....however, every now and again an "improvement" is New Coke, if you know what i mean. I've got no skin in the game, other than enjoying this guy's enthusiasm for the red.