Generac Speedwash 3200 PSI 2.7 GPM Pressure Washer System
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The SPEEDWASH™ Series of products come with attachements not found on other pressure washers in the market. The innovative PowerDial™ Gun gives you complete control and gives you the ability to regulate pressure at the quick turn of a dial. Generac's popular line of residential pressure washers are engineered and built in the USA and deliver industry leading performance at an affordable price.
About this item
- 3200 PSI 2.7 GPM pressure washer available in gas or electric
- Removes the most stubborn dirt from hard surfaces
- PowerDial™ ergonomic gun with 4 application settings
- Different nozzles provide different functions
- High pressure flex won’t kink
- Horizontal Brass AR axial cam pump with easy-access hose connections
There comes a time in every homeowner’s tenure when everything on the outside just starts looking crusty. In order to keep the home looking good, things need to get washed. But instead of using elbow grease why not work smarter, instead of harder? The Generac Speedwash™ 3200 2.7 GPM pressure washer system is the answer to this question. Thanks to its high power, the Generac 3200 gets out even the most set in dirt on the most rugged of surfaces. This Generac pressure washer is what’s needed to get the job done.
The key with any Generac power washer is being safe and understanding how to use the different nozzles. Whether using an electric pressure washer or a gas pressure washer, the bottom line is when used correctly, these tools do an amazing job of restoring the glory beneath the grime.
What Are Some Jobs for a Pressure Washer?
With 3,200 PSI, this pressure washer can do it all. If the sidewalk is littered with rust stains because the water has iron in it, this pressure washer has what it takes to blast those stains away. In tropical climates, lots of mold and mildew accumulate on concrete because there is a porousness to it. Having a pressure washer with multiple nozzles like the Generac is ideal for getting rid of the crud and cleaning the surface.
Other jobs for pressure washers include pre-treating a house before it is painted. The pressure washer is so powerful that if there’s chipped paint, it will come right off. The cleaning solution in the pressure washer also makes painting easier, because the painter has a clean surface to apply the paint.
Another job for a pressure washer – as long as the right nozzle is on – is washing a car. The pressure washer can get dirt and grime off the car easily. The zero-degree nozzle is not the right choice for this job, but other nozzles work very well.
How Should the Pressure Washer be Used?
The key to using the pressure washer is understanding the nature of a job. With an ergonomic handle and trigger, long jobs are easy because the handle will not cause your hand to cramp up. Also, with 30 feet of high-pressure flex, there’s little chance of the hose kinking and you being suddenly without water. The big problems most people have are not using the trigger correctly and getting kinks. Generac took care of those issues.
The process to use it is simple. Turn the engine on and add the detergent. Then make sure the water is connected. Once connected, turn on the water and get the wand ready. Point the wand at the area you wish to clean, and then spray in long, even strokes.
Surfaces for Pressure Washing
Any surface that is a hard surface is perfect for pressure washing. Concrete and stucco take it well as do certain woods. The rule of thumb is anything soft should be avoided because the pressure of the water could destroy the structure. It is imperative to only use pressure washing on surfaces that can stand up to high-pressure water over sustained exposure.