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The McCulloch 1400 psi hand-carry electric power washer has been discontinued and is not available for purchase at this time.

McCulloch 1400 PSI Hand-Carry Electric Power Washer

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Grade
Style
Water Pressure
1400
PSI
Water Flow
1.3
GPM
Cleaning Speed
1820
Cleaning Units
Engine
N/A
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Lightweight And Portable
Weighs only 18 pounds; comfortable built-in carrying handle
Great for small jobs around the house

Detergent Bottle Included
Makes applying pressure washer safe detergent a breeze

Extra Long High Pressure Hose
30 feet reaches most jobs around the house

Adjustable Spray Nozzle
Twist to select 0° - 30° to suit the task at hand



Model
  Model Number:FH140A
 Manufacturer:McCulloch
 Made in USA:No
Motor
 Motor Type:Universal
 Motor Voltage:120-Volt Single-Phase
 Amps:12 Amps
 Power Cord Length:35 ft GFCI
Pump
 Pump Brand:Unknown
 Pump Type:Wobble
 Adjustable Pressure:No
 Chemical Injection:Detergent Bottle
Housing
 Frame Type:Hand Carry
 Wheels:Not Applicable
Hose
 Hose Storage:Hook
 Hose Length:30 ft
 Hose Material:PVC/Plastic
 Hose Diameter:1/4 Inch
 Hose Connections:Threaded
Spray Gun
 Spray Gun Connection:Bayonet
 Spray Gun Grade:Residential
 Spray Gun Wand:Adjustable
 Spray Tips:Not Applicable
 Turbo Nozzle:Sold Separately
Overview
 Weight:18 Lbs. (8.16 kilograms)
 Mfr Consumer Warranty:1 Year
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Q: Sorry me again I have the .McCulloch 1400 PSI Hand-Carry Electric Power Washer I am painting my house its 56 years old and has not been painted for about 18 years do I want to use detergent on it with the presure washer and if so what kind? It is a block house. I will be using Block, Stucco paint after I presure wash it and it it dry like about 2 days that should be enough right. I would also like to download or look at a manuel for this model also. Thanks for you help in the matter and I'm sorry to bother u again. Have a great day.
by Diane from Arizona on June 08, 2012

A: I don't think McCulloch is around any more, but there's a web site that usually has older Owner's Manuals: Older McCulloch manuals.

Old stucco may not be able to stand pressure washing- even a small electric unit could be powerful enough to damage it.

This House & Siding Wash shouldn't damage the surface, and it's already diluted for pressure washer use.

You could use a pressure washer to apply the soap, and maybe a scrub brush on a broom stick to work it into the stucco nooks & crannies, then use the low pressure soap setting (without the soap) to rinse it.

Test first in an inconspicuous spot to make sure you don't blast the stucco off the block.

Drying time depends on the humidity in the air, too- if you press a tissue against the surface & it comes away dry, you're OK to paint.

Please remember that small electric units are prone to overheating- break the house washing into smaller sessions to get the best performance from your unit.
by Mike, Product Expert



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