$371.80

CRAFTSMAN 3000 MAX PSI at 2.1 GPM Gas Pressure Washer with Ready Start, Idle Down Technology, 25-Foot Hose, and 4 Quick-Connect Nozzles, Powered by Briggs & Stratton Aurora CO

5 out of 5
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The CRAFTSMAN 3000 MAX PSI at 2.1 GPM / 2.5 MAX GPM at 2400 PSI gas pressure washer powered by a reliable Briggs & Stratton engine with Idle Down technology is ready to help you tackle your everyday residential cleaning tasks at up to 40 percent quieter than a standard pressure washer. Featuring…


3 reviews for "CRAFTSMAN 3000 MAX PSI at 2.1 GPM Gas Pressure Washer with Ready Start, Idle Down Technology, 25-Foot Hose, and 4 Quick-Connect Nozzles, Powered by Briggs & Stratton Aurora CO"

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    I read one negative review from someone that did not like the fact that a soap canister was not included. I think this was a smart decision by Craftsman. Many power washers have these canisters build in. The problem with this is that left over soap in these canisters hardened and plug the flow of new soap in the future. With Craftsman’s design, you simply attach the supplied lid and tube in your favorite dish washing liquid bottle, use only what you need to get the job done, and then remove your bottle when your finished. This way there is no liquid being stored to get hard in machine.The washer is high end “american” quality and I am very pleased in my decision out of all the other power washers out there.

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    Update: I’m starting to have random hesitation from the engine. I only use premium gas with a stabilizer addictive. This is not good because I haven’t had this pressure washer too long.It started right up as advertised and ran well for a long day of heavy use. The price was very good and I’ve always liked the Craftsman brand even though it’s no longer backed by Sears. I bought the product protection warranty something I almost never do since Sears is gone. I will see how it holds up and edit this review if I need to.

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    Engine and washer work excellent. The unit itself is pretty cheesy. Cheap plastic surrounds a very nice motor and unit. Nozzles are stored in cheap plastic insert, just a total lack of care in ease of storage. One rubber stop up front in the middle rather than two for better balance is more of the cheapness in design along with the cheap metal clip hanger for the pressure hose. Other than that, the Briggs motor with shut down works great, pressure wash is great, and still make in the USA.

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