A gas-powered pressure washer is not your run of the mill machine. While many homeowners will be quite content with a small electric power washer, professional shops, farmers and serious DIY enthusiasts will want more.
If you’re cleaning heavy equipment or do a lot of auto cleaning, a gas pressure washer is going to give you the water flow and pressure you need to get the job done quicker and more effectively. I know that a small electric power washer is very convenient but for a lot of people, they simply don’t make the grade.
When you start looking at quality gas pressure washers, the prices can become somewhat daunting. This makes the Simpson MSH3125-S such a refreshing find. It’s by no means cheap, but just one look at the machine and you can tell you’re getting a serious pressure washer that’s designed to work.
This review is going to unpack the details of this rather magnificent power washer. It’s certainly worth what you’re paying. I’d go as far as to say it’s a bargain, considering the quality and power you’re getting.
A first look at the sturdy steel tubing frame, tells me they mean business. It is well contoured and forms a handle that makes it very easy to move the pressure washer without bending and straining. It weighs 74-pounds, which isn’t all that heavy for an industrial-grade power washer and extra-large 10” pneumatic wheels make it even easier to move – even over fairly large obstacles. The frame provides excellent and convenient storage for all your bits and pieces. The wand has a designated storage clip and the pipe rolls neatly onto a hanger. A dashboard at user height stores all your nozzles in an organized fashion – keeping things simple and easy to use.
It’s safe to assume that this is one of the best gas-powered pressure washers out of the smaller models. It makes use of quality components – anyone who knows Honda engines will agree with this. You also get a warranty that instills confidence: 5-years on the frame; 2-years on the engine and 1-year on the pump.