Greenworks builds spectacular equipment, and the company’s pressure washers are no exception. The Greenworks 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer is one of the company’s newest designs, and it’s an incredibly versatile choice for your home projects.
Pressure: 1800 PSI on AC, 1550 PSI on 60V batteries
Hose Length: 20 feet
Cord Length: 35 feet
Soap Tank: Yes
Price Range: $200
PWMA Certified: Yes
What’s Included with the Greenworks 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer
- The 60V Pressure Washer
- A High-Pressure Hose
- Turbo Nozzle
- 25-degree Spray Tip
- 40-degree Spray Tip
- Pressure Washer Wand
- Owner’s Manual
How to Use the Greenworks 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer
The 1800 max PSI is a great choice for your home. The machine is light enough to move around but provides enough power to tackle most of your maintenance problems. Choosing the right setting and tool combination means your pressure washer can handle what you need it to.
Washing the car is one of the most common pressure washer applications, and the Greenworks 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer is equipped for it. You can use the siphon kit and soap nozzle to apply your chosen car soap evenly. Then the 40-degree nozzle rinses it all off without you pulling a muscle.
Decks and patios are no match for this pressure washer. It can quickly clean the surfaces using the 25-degree nozzle, no soap required. You can even use the 15-degree nozzle in preparation for resealing these surfaces. After all, the less under your seal, the better it will last.
Siding is another tricky to clean location around your home. You know you need to do it though, so your home continues looking beautiful. However, ladders are sometimes problematic. This Greenworks pressure washer takes the hassle out with the 40-degree nozzle so that you can clean from the ground.
Cleaning up your home can be tricky. Using a combination of the 15-degree nozzle for any mold or mildew that snuck in while the 25-degree handles leaf build-up is the perfect combination. The 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer supplies enough power to make these jobs a breeze.
The 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer is also great for hard stains, especially on metal or concrete. The turbo nozzle powers through these tough stains, though you should keep it away from less durable materials like wood.
The Power Supply Advantage
The 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer is not limited to your home. This pressure washer can also run on two 60V batteries, meaning you can take it anywhere. On batteries, there is a small drop in PSI to 1500, but you can still accomplish your projects easily.
One of the big things with boats is not moving bacteria and invasive species between water bodies. This pressure washer can help you clean your entire boat hull quickly so that you can go back to your adventure. It’s also a great way to prepare your boat for storage.
Sometimes, your adventures will take you out into the mud and other natural phenomena. Rather than bring it home, you can use the 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer right there. This type of cleaning is fast, and without the worry about finding an outlet, it can be completed anywhere.
The 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer battery option is not simply for on the go cleaning either. You can take this pressure washer anywhere on your property, including the places you would need lots of extension cord to reach.
The Backyardville Take
The 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer is amazingly versatile. The two power options untether it from home and make it a true all-around pressure washer. Plus, it’s capable of handling most of the projects you might need.
Interested in seeing what else Greenworks has to offer in their line of pressure washers? Learn more about their other great products in our Best Greenworks Pressure Washers Reviews.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Change the Hose on this Greenworks Pressure Washer?
Before beginning, make sure the 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer is not on. Then unthread the hose from the wand, followed by the wand. Thread on the new hose to the pump first, and then the wand.
How Do I Add an Attachment to My Greenworks Pressure Washer?
Detach the Greenworks wand from the end of the high-pressure hose on your 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer. Then attach the item you would like to use.
If you would like to change nozzles, turn the end of the wand to the right to detach your current nozzle. Then fully insert your new one and turn to the left.
How Do I Attach the Soap Applicator to the Greenworks Pressure Washer?
The 60V 1800-PSI 1.1-GPM Hybrid AC/DC Pressure Washer has a built-in detergent tank. Simply unscrew the cap and add your choice of pressure washer safe detergents.
How Do I Take Apart My Greenworks Pressure Washer?
Ensure that all power and water flow is off, including the spark plug connector. Then begin detaching the hose from the wand and pressure washer. Use a socket wrench on any mounting bolts. Then take an Allen wrench to loosen the screws around the drive shaft. This will allow you to pull the pump out and perform maintenance.
Nikki is a full-time homemaker with a love for plants, nature, and the outdoors. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in education, combining her talents and favorite hobby to write educational material for other plant and backyard enthusiasts. Co-founder of Backyardville, Nikki seeks insight for her blogs through reading along with hands-on research in her own yard and garden. Her experiences as a child growing up in a farming community and spending time with her gardening grandmother sparked an interest in growing plants and seeking ways to beautify the spaces around her. Nikki lives in a quiet suburb in Iowa with her husband and their two outdoor-loving children.