I have been busy doing a ton of projects around the house over the last year. I’ve had the chance to use my Ryobi Pressure Washer several times now, and have a few more jobs I plan on getting done this year with it. I first borrowed it out to some friends that own a painting business. They loved it so much, compared to the one they already owned, they ended up going out and buying one for themselves. I also pressure washed my deck early spring of this year and was very pleased with the outcome. This last weekend I pressure washed a van that had been sitting under a tree and couldn’t believe the difference it made. Soon I will be pressure washing my house in preparation for painting it. My favorite feature about the Ryobi pressure washer would have to be how easy it is to start and use. See below for pictures of it in use, as well as some specifications.
Engine Displacement:187 cc
Flow Rate:2.5 GPM
Easy-Start 187 cc GCV190 HONDA Gasoline Engine
Idle Down Technology: Decreases fuel consumption and increases runtime, runs up to 40% quieter when trigger is released, increases the life of engine and pump
5-N-1 Nozzle: 0º, 25º, 40º, Long-Range Soap, Short-Range Soap
Includes 25′ PowerFlexTM Ultra Flexible High Pressure Hose
Longer Lasting Maintenance- Free Aluminum Head Pump
Convenient On-Board Detergent Tank
RY80940 Pressure Washer
12 oz. 10W30 Oil
Disclosure: I received a free product from the sponsor to review. I received no monetary compensation and my opinions are my own and were not influenced by the sponsor.