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The Best Generac Pressure Washer

Your Complete Buying Guide​If you were a faithful customer of Sears and Roebuck the odds are pretty good that you remember coming across power tools, portable generators, and power washers from Generac stretching all the way back until the early 1960s.Originally these tools were made by Generac but sold under the Craftsman brand-name and they […]

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The Best Karcher Pressure Washer

Your Complete Buying GuideIf you are on the hunt for a pressure washer today the odds are good – very good – that the folks at Karcher are going to have something you are interested in.With a product lineup that includes 21 different electric pressure washers and 18 different gas powered pressure washers, it’s tough […]

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The Best Ryobi Pressure Washer

Your Complete Buying GuideEven though Ryobi tools have been available (in Japan, anyway) ever since 1943 this company really wasn’t all that well known to the Western world until the year 2000. This is when their power tools began to pop up all over North America and Europe, and before long the company was purchased […]

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The Best Greenworks Pressure Washer

Your Complete Buying GuideGreenWorks is very much the new kid on the block when it comes to pressure washer equipment but they have been turning heads ever since day one because of their dedication to offering 100% electric only pressure washer systems and power tools. That’s right. You will not find ANY gas powered power tools […]

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The Best Simpson Pressure Washer

Your Complete Buying GuideWhile not the oldest or most established small engine equipment company in the United States, Simpson does have the unique distinction of being one of the only companies manufacturing their small engine products 100% by hand – and they did so for the first 16 years of their existence! This company started out […]

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Best Honda Powered Pressure Washers

The Complete GuideIt’s almost impossible to imagine now, but in the earliest days of Honda’s history – all the way back in 1937 – this company was known for its failure to produce quality products that were easy to install and easy to maintain. Originally developing piston rings for Toyota and losing the contract because of […]

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