Consumer-grade medium electric pressure washers are popular with homeowners and folks getting their first power washer.
The simplicity of ownership and use are a great benefits.
Just plug it in and drag it around to the areas you need to clean. With 1600-1700 PSI, these pressure washers take care of the rest.
If you plan on cleaning a small patio, outdoor furniture or things like your car, these are great power washers for you.
Universal (or brush) motors are typically found in small, hand-carry pressure washers and perform the job at a very inexpensive price. If you rarely use your pressure washer, you can save some money by purchasing an electric power washer with a universal motor. It just won’t last as long.
Induction (or brushless) motors, however, are typically used in larger, more powerful electric power washers. They typically last longer than universal motors. They also cost more. If you want an electric pressure washer that lasts, spend the extra few dollars and buy one with an induction motor.
Due to the larger size than their handheld counterparts, medium electric pressure washers have room for on board detergent tanks. Some of these medium consumer power washers even have dual tanks to save you time.
When you're cleaning really tough stains, the power of water alone is sometimes not enough. But with the addition of concentrated detergents, cleaning mildew and mold from patios and brick is much easier.