Pressure washers?

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  1. Rendog

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    Just layed some second hand slabs in the back garden. They are in good nick but are really dirty with wear and tear. Looking to get them cleaned up and might clean some other stuff as well. I've never owned a pressure washer and was looking for some guidance to buy the right one. Might need to sticky this because everyone I know that's off work just now are doing all sorts of jobs at home.
     
  2. MagnificentSeven Charly Musonda CSC Gold Member

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    I’ve got this one :

    https://www.argos.co.uk/product/6146858

    I’ve never actually used it on anything else other than my car, but let my mum borrow it just before Christmas to do her drive way & garden, and it came up brilliant. What a difference after she used it.
     
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  3. Seán Mac D Gold Member Gold Member

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    No pressure if this turns out to be a * suggestion.
     
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  4. MagnificentSeven Charly Musonda CSC Gold Member

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    Psssssssshhhhhhhh, that was poor.

    :fear:
     
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    You could hire a pressure washer too, if it's something you're not going to use too often.
     
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    Karcher K4 is what your looking for,i nearly use it daily for my monoblock/stairs/slabs.

    Works fine and cleans very well. Also you can buy extra parts to addon,like longer hose/handles etc.
     
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    If you don't have a wife, I'd go with a Karcher. Especaily as wives can turn out more expensive in the long run
     
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    I have a Nilfisk pressure washer. Got it from Argos a couple of years ago.

    Really good machine. Mainly use it for washing the car but I have used it on slabs and it made a great job.
     
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    Cant be that good if you've got to use it every day...…………….or maybe you've got a lot of slabs?