Your Pressure Washer

How Sewer Jetting Can Fail
By February 26, 2016 Read More →

How Sewer Jetting Can Fail

Thanks to our 100% satisfaction warranty for do-it-yourself users, if a customer is unhappy with their Clog Hog sewer jetter we’re likely to hear about it. The good news is that only a very small percentage of Clog Hog products are ever returned for a refund. It’s rare for owners of gas-powered pressure washers to […]

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What Pressure Washer Should I Buy?
By January 29, 2014 Read More →

What Pressure Washer Should I Buy?

Prospective sewer jetter users sometimes ask what pressure washer works best for cleaning drains. While developing and testing the Clog Hog pressure washer sewer jetters we learned a few interesting details from pressure washer service mechanics. Typical residential-grade pressure washers you can buy for under $500 have pumps with a life expectancy of a few […]

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Your Pressure Washer Pump
By October 31, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Your Pressure Washer Pump

Your pressure washer is different from most other water pumps because it’s a positive displacement pump, designed to produce the same flow each time its drive shaft rotates. You can change the discharge pressure of your pressure washer but not the flow, for reasons we’ll explain below. To understand how a pressure washer pump works, consider […]

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New, Low-Cost Gas Pressure Washers
By September 1, 2013 Read More →

New, Low-Cost Gas Pressure Washers

For months now we’ve heard that a new category of budget-friendly, sub- $200 gas-powered pressure washers is on its way. Today we spotted this new, $199 gas pressure washer at a local warehouse club. This unit costs about 1/3 less than any gas model we’ve seen in the past. Rated to deliver 2.1 GPM  at […]

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