Need more than a sponge? These are the 10 best pressure washers on sale
Does your car need a serious clean? This should help you find the best pressure washer for the job!
Pressure washers are a godsend, honestly. They're fantastic cleaning machines that can do anything from fixing up a dirty patio to un-caking muddy old bikes – and obviously they're a huge help for giving your car a really good clean. With that in mind, here are 10 of the best pressure washers you can buy.
Bosch has a range of pressure washers to suit different needs
The trusted brand
Bosch is always a solid choice when it comes to this kind of equipment, and this pressure washer is no different. It'll tackle the task of spraying your car down with absolute ease and, like all Bosch products, it's pretty rugged looking so it should withstand any big bumps. It's normally priced on the expensive end of things at £199.99, but it's currently discounted to £148.95 (a saving of 26%!). Do you need something new right now? It might be worth a punt!
The bright yellow one
I'll admit that I'm a bit biased by including this pressure washer on the list, because I have a Kärcher and love it. It comes with several attachments that make it equally as useful for cleaning up patios as it is hosing down your car. The bright yellow plastic makes it stand out too. It may be on the expensive side a tad at £169.99, it's definitely worth it.
The cheap one
The previous two pressure washers are definitely expensive pieces of kit. If you need something cheap and cheerful, this one from Yard Force is your best bet. Whilst it may only be just shy of a hundred quid, it's still got all the accessories you might need. It's very portable too!
The REALLY fancy one
Blaupunkt went in a very different direction with their pressure washer compared to the no-frills Yard Force one above. The PW7200i has a 2,100W high power AC electric motor and runs at a high pressure of 165 bar, as well as having an eight-metre hose and all the attachments you could ask for. The blue and white colour scheme looks very smart too. It's £209.99 though, which makes it one of the most expensive offerings on the market. Is it worth that amount of money? Maybe...
The weird looking one
Most pressure washers are either in a kind of stand-up design or are designed to be carried around by hand. Autlead's offering, however, bucks that trend. It looks a bit more like a folded up pram! It's still very practical though and should be very easy to carry around. It's one of the cheapest offerings here too at a price of £79.99!
The blue one
This pressure washer is blue. Very blue. It's so blue that it'll probably start singing Eiffel 65 at you at some point. But it looks very sturdy, it's got loads of attachments and it isn't too expensive either at £107.99. With all things considered, it might actually be one of the best value for money options here.
The other trusted brand
Like Bosch, Black & Decker are a go to brand for any kind of DIY or gardening equipment and it's no different with pressure washers. The BXPW1400E is a smart looking model with a great chunky aesthetic. At a price of just under £70, it's very cheap too.
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Turtle Wax makes one too?
Did you know that Turtle Wax made a pressure washer? I didn't either! Turtle Wax's offering is on the cheap end of the spectrum at £105 and is really easily portable. It has all the right accessories you need too! Being developed by a company renowned for its car care products, you'd expect it would be really great at cleaning up your pride and joy.