How to Fix a Ryobi Pressure Washer
You’ve probably used your Ryobi pressure washer before. But have you ever run into problems with it? Whether it’s the pressure setting, the power, or water leakage, there are ways to fix a Ryobi pressure washer. You can use simple tools, and you can fix most common problems with your own power washer. Read on to learn more. We’ve covered the most common problems and how to fix them.
Flow rate refers to how much work high-pressure water can do. A pressure washer with a flow rate of one GPM can clean 100 square feet of driveway in about 10 minutes. A two-GPM pressure washer can do the same task in three to four minutes. Professional pressure washers typically have flow rates of 5 GPM or higher and move towards 8 GPM as the business grows. Gas powered pressure washers from Ryobi max out at 2.5 GPM, making them excellent for household use but not for professional use.
While gas pressure washers may seem like the best option for homeowners, the Ryobi electric pressure washer is just as effective. This machine’s 2,300 PSI and 1.2 GPM pressure will ensure a thorough cleaning, and the electric version doesn’t look cheap. It’s surprisingly easy to use, and the metal parts are made from solid brass, which means fewer leaks and less need for replacement. The hoses can be stored away neatly in a storage container, but the electric version is easier to transport and store.