Best Pressure Washer
If you check out our site, we only sell four brands of pressure washers, and really only a few different models.
The best of the best is Kranzle. Quality is better than any of the rest and its output is what we test all the others against: 1000PSI and ~2.0GPM (after adapting our aftermarket solutions). The K1122TST is the original standard and comes with all the stock Kranzle accessories as well as a rolling frame and handle. The K1322TS is basically the same unit, just stripped down to the pump and not much else. It can be bought as just a pump, or with our accessories. KRANZLE CUSTOM INSTALL SOLUTIONS and KRANZLE PORTABLE SOLUTIONS
If you need something with a little more oomph, the KRANZLE KWS700TS PRESSURE WASHER is what you need.
#2 AR 630TSS
We recently added the AR630TSS from AR. It provides actually the best output of our pressure washers under $3000, but it doesn’t provide the same build quality as the Kranzles below, and it does require a dedicated 20A circuit no matter what. It's a great solution for a wall-mounted system. AR BLUE CLEAN AR630-TSS
Next up is the Comet Static 1700. It is our mid-tier offering. It provides almost equal output to the high-end Kranzles, but several hundred dollars cheaper. The build quality is good and the overall fit and finish meet the price. But it takes some effort fitting everything together with the right fittings since it comes from Italy. COMET SOLUTIONS
The Karcher K1700/K1700 Cube is the best of the low range for all of the 65+ pressure washers that we tested. It provided the best output for the PSI and GPM numbers that we were shooting for of those pressure washers. It also doesn’t come with a lot of extra unneeded fluff and is very easy to adapt to our aftermarket products to make a great budget total pressure washing solution. It performed better than every other pressure washer we tested under about $500. KARCHER SOLUTIONS
Whether it’s pressure washers or car soap, we don’t sell many different options. We chose what we have found through testing and vetting to be the best for a given solution.