2000W 2200psi Pressure Washer
RPW150-G I/N: 6210798
Remove tough dirt and spills with ease with the RYOBI 2000W 2200PSI pressure washer. No job is too big for the powerful 2000W motor, delivering an impressive 2200PSI. It features an 8m high-pressure hose with a surface cleaner, adjustable lance and turbo nozzle.
Whether you’re removing an oil spill from the garage or cleaning your deck, this pressure washer is easy to manoeuvre thanks to its ergonomic handle and wheels.
The built-in 1L soap tank allows you to apply detergent for a truly clean look and feel.
Get your RYOBI 2000W 2200PSI pressure washer from your local Bunnings Warehouse today.
Hi Can I buy the handle for the pressure hose winder? Mine broke when the Washer fell over. Do you have a part number? Thanks
With the patio cleaning kit head, the pivot at the base of the wand where the cleaner & wand meet is to flimsy, the head just flips up, making this accessory to hard to use. Is there a solution to this problem? Or a better head to purchase that fits?
Hi Just wondering whether the surface cleaner attachment could be used on indoor floor tiles (I think they are ceramic tiles). I'm hoping it might be a quick way to clean the grout..... Would need to dry it afterwards obviously.
I’ve just tried to use my pressure washer pictured above for the first time after no more than 3 minutes there was an electrical smell and it cut out and will not turn back on it’s been well over half an hour. Should I simply return it?
Hi Ryobi Team, Just wanna say love the 2200psi pressure cleaner from Bunnings! Just want to ask about the trigger gun handle lock, I'm a little confused, why does the lock STOP you from using the gun rather than lock the handle in the ON position?
I live in an apartment complex, and am wanting to pressure wash a relatively small balcony. Unfortunately there's no tap on the balcony. Does this product require mains access or is it possible to use a water tank instead?
Just purchased this rpw150-g from bunnings, am absolutely confused as to how on earth to get the fluid to suck out of the integrated soap bottle, there's absolutely no suction at the hose and fluid is not going down? Instructions are useless pictures!
Hi guys. Water blaster is awesome! Looking at getting a foam Canon to do my car with. Have seen a few around locally an ebay etc . Most say karcher k series fitting an other brands but no listing for ryobi? can you advise the fitting size needed