I borrowed a friend's electric washer to clean my garage floor, and it took
a long time. The smaller units will clean well IF you hold the nozzle
closer to the work surface, but that means they clean more slowly.
If you want to do the entire driveway, an electric model would not
be a wise choice.
P.S. When we sold your house last fall, we paid people to do a lot of work
that I would normally have done myself. I just had too little time, and too
things to worry about.
At 02:11 PM 2/14/2006 -0600, you wrote:
>How much PSI do I need to clean driveways and the side of a house?
>I have an Craftsman 5 hp Gas Pressure Washer that doesn't wash with
>pressure anymore, so I am assuming that the seals are toast.
>We list the house for sale this weekend and I am trying to decide to
>buy an new one (even if it is a 1600PSI electric), get this one
>repaired (if I can find someone who can do that fast), or pay to have