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Best Pressure Washer For Cleaning Vinyl Siding 2023

Cleaning your vinyl siding once or twice a year is essential to keeping it in good condition. Pressure washers are the perfect solution to clean vinyl siding quickly and efficiently.

They're not too complicated but you do have to be careful when pressure washing, otherwise you might end up damaging the vinyl siding. These top pressure washers are the perfect tool for the average homeowner to clean vinyl siding with ease.

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How Does A Pressure Washer Work?

A pressure washer isn’t a complicated piece of machinery. It consists of the central unit connected to a nozzle by a hose. Hook it up to a water source like your garden hose and plug it into a power source that’s a safe distance from wherever you’re doing the washing. 

Inside the central unit, the washer will pull water in and pressurize it. Then, the water will shoot out of the nozzle to hit whatever surface you point it at, blasting away any mold, grime or stains no matter how long they’ve been there. 

Top 5 Pressure Washers For Vinyl Siding

To help you find the perfect pressure washer, here we list five of the best pressure washers for vinyl siding. With these brands, you can rest assured that you’re buying a high-quality pressure washer for your home.

1. Sun Joe Electric High-Pressure Cleaner

Sun Joe Electric High-Pressure Cleaner

Like the previous model, the Sun Joe electric high-pressure cleaner one is a powerful siding cleaner. It shoots water out at a pressure of 2030 PSI and with a water flow at 76 GPM. Whether you're washing the grime off the vinyl siding, driveway, fences, or the wall, this pressure washer will get the job done.

Sun Joe did a great job by including two detergent tanks attached to the pressure washer unit. These removable tanks, each with a capacity of about 0.9L, can carry and store different types of detergent solutions. This loads of convenience since you can switch between two different kinds of detergents without any fuss. You can go from washing your car to washing your walls instantly without having to stop and refill the detergent bottles with your cleaning solution.

It also has a total stop system meaning that whenever you're not pulling the trigger on the handle, the pressure washer will turn off completely. That's much better than having a model that runs continuously, as it saves on energy consumption and water usage. It's essential so the pressure washer doesn't overheat or break down.

2. Homdox Pressure Washer

Homdox Pressure Washer

The first thing you'll notice about the pressure washer by Homdox is that it’s designed for ease-of-use. The washer comes with high-quality copper connections that make it easy for you to connect and disconnect the washer at any time. The unit comes with built-in wheels that make it easy for you to move it around. 

This pressure washer is a powerful model. It sprays water out at a pressure of 2000-2500 PSI and a 1.5 GPM water flow. With that, you can tackle almost any cleaning job with ease.

The Homdox pressure washer also comes with four different spray tips, making this a versatile power washer for outdoor cleaning. You can use it for light, medium, and even heavy-duty cleaning tasks regardless of which part of your house you're cleaning. There's even a soap spray tip that's perfect for if you're washing your car or even your windows.

Homdox also includes a unique Total Stop System or TSS. Whenever you release the trigger on the handle, the entire pump shuts itself off to save on water and energy. This also helps maximize the lifespan of the pressure washer.

3. LawnMaster Electric Pressure Washer

LawnMaster Electric Pressure Washer

LawnMaster is another popular name when it comes to pressure washers. This 2100 PSI model has 1.4 GPM in water flow. Sure, those numbers might be slightly lower than previous models on this list, but it's still a unit that packs a punch.

Like previous models, this one also comes with a Total Stop System that shuts it off whenever you're not pressure washing. More importantly, it comes with an adjustable nozzle. It's one nozzle that you can adjust to whatever angle you prefer to fit the cleaning job that you're doing. That's a lot more convenient than having to change to different nozzles for different cleaning power.

LawnMaster designed this pressure washer to include a handle and wheels. With those, you can maneuver the unit around easily without having to lift it every time you want to adjust your position. 

Unlike most of the models on this list, however, this unit does include a built-in rack. That storage rack makes your life a lot easier by helping you store all your accessories while also keeping the power cable wrapped neatly when not in use.

4. Suyncll High Power Washer Electric Pressure Washer

Suyncll High Power Washer Electric Pressure Washer

This is one exceptionally high-powered siding cleaner. It has a pressure rating of 3800 PSI with 2.8 GPM in water flow. Those numbers are quite a leap above all the other washers covered previously. Apart from vinyl siding, with that much power you can wash anything like your cars, fences, patios, and patio furniture with no problem at all. 

Like all top pressure washers, this one also includes a total stop system that will shut it off whenever you release the trigger. As mentioned before, this will save you water, energy, and it'll maximize the unit's lifespan.

Those features aren't the best thing that this washer has to offer. The Suyncll power washer comes with five different nozzles that you can use. Each of them is easy to connect and remove, so you won't have to fumble about while you're trying to get your cleaning done. There's a high-capacity soap bottle, a spray wand, and a super long 35-foot power cord that come with it.

5. ROCKPALS Electric Pressure Washer 

Suyncll High Power Washer Electric Pressure Washer

The fantastic ROCKPALS electric power washer offers 1600 PSI in water pressure and a 1.54 GPM water flow rate, which is enough for most outdoor cleaning jobs.

One unique trait is that not only does this connect to a water hose, but you can also use it to pull water from a static source. For instance, you can put the inlet in a bucket of water, and it'll pull water in so you can wash with it. 

The washer comes with an adjustable nozzle instead of a handful of different detachable nozzles. With that, you can simply adjust the water pressure to precisely what you need to get the job done. As we've seen with some of the other models here, the ROCKPALS model comes with detachable detergent tanks so you can bring the detergent solution you need and use them at any time.

Naturally, ROCKPALS also built this pressure washer to include a total stop system that shuts it off whenever you're not actively using it.

Pressure Washer Buying Guide

Pressure washers come in all shapes, sizes, and use two different power sources (gas vs electric). More importantly, they come in different pressure ratings and with additional accessories. Here are three things you should know about pressure washers before you start pressure washing your home:

Pressure (PSI) and Water Flow (GPM)  - The pressure is measured as pounds per square inch or PSI, and the water flow is measured in gallons per minute or GPM. With higher pressure, you’ll be able to get tougher stains out much easier. 

More increased water flow means you’ll be able to get the job done much quicker. Be careful not to pick one with too much pressure since you might end up causing damage when pressure washing

Gas Powered Pressure Washers vs Electric Pressure Washer - You'll have to choose if you want a pressure washer that runs on gas or one that runs on electricity. There are pros and cons to both. We listed all electric pressure washers since they don't require a lot of maintenance and tend to be easier to use for homeowners who don't have too much professional experience with pressure washing. The benefits of gas pressure washers is that they are more powerful, especially the heavy duty gas ones. They are also more portable since they don't need a power source.

Different Nozzles - Pressure washers also come with different types of nozzles. Each of those nozzles will spray the water at different angles and in various patterns, each more suitable for different cleaning jobs. For example, a fine spray will focus on just one spot, allowing for precise cleaning. Others might offer a broader spray that helps you clean larger areas more quickly.

Additional Accessories - Manufacturers compete by offering different accessories with their power washers. Some have wheels, making them easier to move around. Others may have built-in handles for more comfortable carrying. To get your most out of your money, consider the accessories before you buy a pressure washer.

As a side note if you plan on pressure washing your roof too, ensure that the skylights are tightly sealed and you have roof sealant to avoid any water leaks.

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Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson is the founder of Contractor Advisorly. He has over 15+ years of professional experience as a home improvement and home construction contractor. Whether you're looking for DIY advice, tool recommendations or anything home improved-related, he's happy to share his insights.