Popular Post Tom King Posted December 17, 2021 Popular Post Report Share Posted December 17, 2021 I've had this for probably almost two years, but today was really the first time I've used it. It came with a wobble nozzle, which I didn't like when I tested it soon after I first got it. That was replaced by another wand end that can take different nozzles, like a big commercial unit uses. I like it a Lot! It's way easier than fighting the big one, that I have to back the truck up to for moving it around. It puts way less pressure against you than the typical ones at coin operated car washes do, but it seems like it does almost as much work. I think it would be a fine unit for a homeowner. It will be great for washing cars. I needed to clean some concrete floor, where linoleum tile had popped up on, in the garage of our rental house. I think Drew asked me about it, a good while back, but I hadn't used it then. I have a picture of it in my gallery, but don't have time to find it. https://www.amazon.com/Mi-T-M-CM-1400-1MEH-ChoreMaster-Pressure-Washer/dp/B00ZA2FT6S/ref=sr_1_4?crid=3TE2APVKP1B4X&keywords=mi-t-m+120v+pressure+washer&qid=1639772190&sprefix=mi-t-m+120v+pressure+washer%2Caps%2C71&sr=8-4 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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