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*Caution* Never point a pressure washer at yourself or others. Never attempt to push or move objects with spray from the washer. Never use a gasoline powered washer in an enclosed space. Always test the ground fault circuit interrupter (circuit breaker or outlet) before using a pressure washer. Always plug a properly grounded pressure washer into a properly grounded receptacle. If an extension cord must be used, keep the pressure washer’s power cord connection out of any standing water, and use a heavy duty extension cord with components rated for use in wet locations. Keep both the power cord and extension cord connections as far away as possible from the item being washed and away from any water runoff. Wear rubber-soled shoes that provide some insulation when using the pressure washer. Never cut or splice the pressure washer’s power cord or extension cords. Never remove the grounding prong from the pressure washer’s power cord plug or the extension cord. Always have a qualified electrician check the pressure washer for electrical problems after it has tripped a circuit breaker. Never allow children to operate a pressure washer. Keep children at a safe distance when an adult is using a pressure washer.

Heavy-duty cleaning projects require heavy-duty tools. Whether you're cleaning your driveway, car, boat, fence or siding, A-iPOWER pressure washers are designed and engineered in the USA to tackle your toughest heavy-duty cleaning projects. 

What are the main differences between an gas powered pressure washer and an electric pressure washer? 

Some of the main differences between a gas-powered pressure washer and an electric pressure washer are the noise, maintenance cost, portability, and weight. An electric pressure washer is generally quieter than a gas pressure washer, has less continued costs associated with it (oil, gas, and parts), and is lighter than its counterpart. However, a gas pressure washer is not limited by the distance to the nearest electric outlet and is better equipped to deal with heavy duty cleaning.

Still not sure what kind of pressure washer you need?

We have a range of pressure washers from small electric pressure washers up to powerful gas powered 4200 PSI pressure washers built to power through even the toughest stuck on grime. See the individual product descriptions for more information to help you find what you need as well as warranties to ensure you are satisfied with your purchase.