Coleman Powermate Pressure Washer

coleman powermate pressure washerThe coleman powermate pressure washer is one of the most popular models for sale. These great pressurized washers can be pushed around and used almost anywhere you need to wash a spot down or clean and untidy area. There are so many uses for these convenient and helpful tools. Let’s take a look at just a few.

When a water hose just isn’t enough, using a top-rated pressure washer can really save the day by making your cleaning time faster and more efficient. You can use these washers for washing cars, cleaning siding and concrete. Also, you can even use a Coleman Powermate pressure washer to prep wood or for stripping paint.

The most popular Coleman Powermate models are the 2750 and 3000 PSI models. These are perfect for cleaning around the house and washing away those pesky leaves or accumulated dirt from the recent storms. These come with different nozzles for different applications and rust resistant wands for durable outdoor use.  If you’re a proud owner and need some replacement parts, check out the latest deals on these below the video.  Whether you have a small job or big job to do, there’s PSI ratings for Powermate pressure washers from 1900 to 15,000.

Electric and gas pressure washers are the most popular out there. If the Coleman models are a little more heavy duty than you need, check out brands like Troy Bilt, Generac and Simpson; which are some of the more popular ones out there along with the Coleman Powermate series. For the best electric pressure washers for home use, check out Homelite, Ryobi and Craftsman. Read the reviews on the best ones for your needs and you should be good as most of these high pressure water sprayers perform similarly in this price range.

If you’ve used a pressure washer, what did you use it for?  Was it for cleaning the house or for washing a car?  Was the model easy to use or did it require popping out the manual?  Were parts easy to get?  If you used a Coleman Powermate pressure washer, what did you think?