5 Stars By Thomas Scelfo on 2017-07-02
MUCH Better Than a Standard 15 or 25 Degree Nozzle
I have a Generac Model 7019, 3100 psi pressure washer and a 38 year old log house that was dirty and gray. The pressure washer came with 0, 25, and 40 degree nozzles, and I also purchased a 15 degree nozzle. After doing one side of the house using the 15 and 25 degree nozzles,, I decided to purchase the turbo spray nozzle. It is MUCH better than a standard nozzle for two reasons! It works much faster than the 15 degree nozzle (and, obviously, the 25 degree nozzle). More importantly, I don't get the streaks of dirt removal that the 15 degree nozzle would leave behind - you could frequently see where I stopped and started with the 15 degree fan spray. However, the turbo nozzle leaves no obvious path. It works well and it works quickly. I attached a photo of the beginning of my garage cleaning task.
5 Stars By Dave L on 2014-07-13
Two thumbs up
This is a game changer. It makes the job of old paint removal fun, and no doubt cuts hours if not days from the task. I stripped my 1920s free standing one car garage in a few hours, making a light sanding in a couple of places and the masking of some windows the only prep work remaining. You need to keep the wand moving as some wood damage can occur if you're not careful. My pressure washer provides 2,600 PSI at a flow rate of 2.5 gallons per minute.
5 Stars By GreenAdam on 2017-05-28
Definitely one of those WOW purchases
I bought this last summer and didn't use it until just now - all I can say is WOW! Imagine taking your narrowest, highest pressure nozzle (that will blast the chrome off a bumper) and turning it into a cone about 2" in diameter. That's EXACTLY what this nozzle does - and it does it really, really well. I have a patch of sidewalk that constantly turns green due to algae and it would take me more than an hour with my old set of nozzles. With this sucker, I was done in 7 minutes and the end result was MUCH better. No more streaky lines due to not overlapping the stream exactly right.
Just click "BUY". You'll thank me.
4 Stars By Janice M. on 2018-05-05
It does an excellent job (WHEN) itâ€™s working properly
It does an excellent job (WHEN) itâ€™s working properly......
when I initially powered up the pressure washer I put the new tip on the wand and gave it a go, it worked great until I let my grip off the wand and when I went to power up again the turbo washer wouldnâ€™t oscillate like it should , it would just stream a single shot of water and I really had to finesse the trigger to get it to work properly.......
I did try and lube the turbo washer with some tool oil but to no avail, it didnâ€™t help much at all.
I ended up using it to pressure wash the deck before painting and it worked great as long as I didnâ€™t let go of the trigger, hopefully it will work itself out and start working the way it should as I use it more, otherwise I will not buy this particular brand again
5 Stars By Pez on 2018-05-07
Start with the tip faced down.
I wish I would have purchased one of these years ago. Works great and applies even pressure while rotating. Remember to keep the tip facing down before pulling the trigger to save the ceramic bearings in the end.
5 Stars By Harmon on 2018-05-03
I tried one of these some years back and liked it a lot for the really tough jobs
I own several properties, so my pressure washer gets a lot of use. I tried one of these some years back and liked it a lot for the really tough jobs, like cleaning up concrete. After my first nozzle died I bought a similar, but doubly expensive nozzle that also performed very well but didn't last any longer than the original (3-4 years in my case). Now I'm on my second one of these. Still find it indispensable, but you have to be careful not to use it on something that's relatively soft, like some wood siding or composition roofing.
5 Stars By Pinballtec on 2015-05-30
If you're not using a Turbo Nozzle, you're wasting your time
This simply changes the game of how to clean with a pressure washer. After watching enough videos on the difference a turbo nozzle can make, I purchased this one. There's no comparison. It will blast anything clean. In fact, you'll need to be careful or you'll wind up taking paint off or causing damage and / or possibly hurting yourself. No detergents required. It works by basically taking a 0 degree stream of water and rotating incredibly fast, creating a "cone" of high pressure water. Everyone who owns a pressure washer should have one of these.
5 Stars By Choglidite on 2016-09-02
Cut your cleaning time in half
If you're cleaning concrete, you need this tip. My first one lasted 3 years with heavy usage. I'm sure this one will do the same. The swirling water stream cuts cleaning time by at least half. Don't use this on wood though or it'll cut it to pieces. Cement and vinyl type sidings do very well.
5 Stars By Peptalk on 2018-05-17
I spilled some black dirty oil on the back porch and thought there's no ...
I spilled some black dirty oil on the back porch and thought there's no way anything will take it up. So I dumped degreaser on it, let it soak for a while, gathered up the puddles, then started spraying using this thing. It didnt take up the stain completely, but it got 90% of it for sure. Just for kicks, I tried spraying in an area that I thought was completely clean, fresh concrete. Instead it made it look even cleaner.
1 Stars By Daniel Pope on 2018-05-17
Just shoots a straight stream like a regular nozzle
This nozzle worked the first time I pulled the trigger. Has not rotated since. Just shoots a straight stream like a regular nozzle. Appears to be poor quality. Returning for refund.
UPDATE: I bought another of these after I got over my frustration of the first one not working. The new one works fine. Guess the first one was just defective. I'll change my rating to 4 stars.