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  • 2 weeks later...

If I'm honest I would not get that type of washer myself as the motor & pump are not built for heavy/prolonged use.


The large driveway job I did yesterday took me 5 hours using a delta washer running flat out most of the time. http://www.malcleanse.co.uk/delta-200-bar-15-lpm-petrol-pressure-washer-dt15200phr-p-4507.html


You also need a decent pump with a good flow rate & psi to drive a flat surface cleaner that can make jobs so much easier and quicker to do. The one I used yesterday was not my ideal choice as I would have liked a 21 lpm washer which is on my wish list.


Mind you I only paid £250 for the delta on good old fleebay so I must not grumble. Also got a whirlaway thrown in too for that price. :)http://www.malcleanse.co.uk/20-508mm-whirl-a-way-be2000waw-p-4524.html?page=all


How has this performed? i ask as there is one for sale locally they are asking £190 tho
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