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Fix Your Pressure Washer with Replacement Parts

Pressure washers are used to clean many surfaces and come in models designed for the homeowner as well as the professional cleaner. These units can help remove stains and dirt from your household. When you need replacement parts for your washer, you can find many new and secondhand options on eBay for affordable prices.

How is a pressure washer used?

They are designed to clean many different outdoor surfaces such as driveways, patios, and decks that have accumulated dirt, debris, stains, and other types of buildup. These high-pressure cleaners can also be used to wash your car or truck. Homeowners with vinyl and aluminum sliding can use a washer to clean the exteriors of their houses.

Which parts on a washer will need to be replaced?

Pressure washers are heavy-duty machines. That means their parts can wear out quickly. The guns and pumps see the most wear and tear on the machine so are usually the first parts that need to be replaced. The gun contains the trigger portion of the wand, and these parts are sold in affordably priced kits and can be replaced all at one time. The gun kits can work with both electric and gas washer units.

There are two types of water pumps, the axial and the triplex, which are designed for different styles of washers. If you need to replace a pump, first identify the correct part. There are some parts that are made for household models while there are specific parts designed for a professional machine, so make sure to verify which part you will need.

What other replacement parts for pressure washers are available?

The pressure washer is composed of many different parts that can be replaced when needed depending on your washer model. Some of these parts include:

  • Wand
  • Trigger
  • Hose
  • Nozzle
  • Gun
What is PSI?

PSI stands for pressure per square inch. This is the amount of water pressure coming out of the machine. A typical washer will produce around 40 to 45 PSI. Most homeowners set their washers at 50 PSI for regular household jobs.

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