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The power washer experts at Pressure Washers Direct have written a comprehensive buyer's guide about professional gas power washers.

This buying guide includes product information, buying tips and expert advice.

Professional Gas Pressure Washer Buyer's Guide

How To Pick The Perfect Commercial Gas Pressure Washer

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Professional Gas Pressure Washer Buyer's Guide

As a professional power washer, you know there's things you can't skimp on.

You need equipment you can rely on 24/7, 365.

Although professional power washers aren't cheap, the investment is worthwhile when it earns you money for years to come.

Gas-powered washers are great because they're portable and offer a whole lot of bang for your buck.

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Gas Cold Water
Professional Gas Cold Water Power Washer
Professional gas cold water power washers offer high-quality, commercial pumps, coupled with reliable, commercial engines. If you're a professional who needs to pressure wash everyday, or a consumer who demands the most from your equipment, you'll love these units.

Don't try to be a hot-shot and use the spray gun one-handed; it has a lot of cleaning power and might hurt yourself. Also, be careful not to stand too close to the things you're cleaning so you don't damage them with the great cleaning power.

Gas Hot Water
Professional Gas Hot Water Pressure Washers
Professional gas hot water pressure washers are big, brawny machines, capable of tackling the worst messes. They come mounted to sturdy 4-wheel carts to handle their size and weight. Look for units with adjustable pressure and temperature for optimal versatility.

If you're pressure washing giant equipment, such as a combine or tractor, gas hot water power washers are up to the task. If you need to remove paint or undercoating, these units are fantastic.

Gas Belt-Drive
Professional Belt Drive Pressure Washers
Professional gas belt-drive pressure washers have engines similar to cars. They usually require less upkeep and maintenance than other engines and run more quietly as well.

If you're using one of these to clean a driveway, don't hold it too close - you could put a hole right in it. These belt-drive units are designed for contractors who need to run them 40+ hours a week, so they're built to take a lickin' and keep on kickin'.

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