Monday, September 10, 2007

Craftsman pressure washer

I got a new pressure washer over the weekend. It's a Craftsman 2500 psi 3.2 GPM. It comes with a Honda engine. It had easy assembly with a big starter page that allowed me to put it together without glasses. The engine started on the second pull and I was pressure washing in no time. I did my front porch, sidewalk and two section of my driveway. It was easy work and it did a super job.
I wish I could say I bought it at Sears because of Jedi experience but I've shop at Sears before this. I like Craftsman tools and equipment. It was less then $300 which I felt was a good deal.


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Pressure Washer

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