I recently purchased Adam's pressure washer and wanted to write an honest review about it. If you have navigated my page, you know that I am a big fan of Adam's products; however, I will write this review without any biases. I purchased this pressure washer off of Amazon, you can find a link here - Adam's pressure washer or you can buy the starter kit here: Adams pressure washer car wash kit. As you unbox it, you will first notice the appearance, it is a good looking pressure washer. Assembly was easy, I would give it a 10. As for me, I use a pressure washer to wash cars 80% and clean the house, driveway, etc. 20% of the time, which is how I base this review. I am going to start off with the positive reviews: Appearance - beautiful Noise - quietest pressure washer that I have ever used The trigger is excellent - my foam cannon hooked up to it with no problems The hose, didn't tangle, knot-up or anything else that you normally experience with normal pressure washer hoses. Easy to assemble Accessories are good, equipped with 4 different pressure valves. Issues with it or upgrades that I would make: The hose, while it is excellent and didn't tangle, I think it should be thicker. I believe it is too slim and it reduces the amount of water that can flow through it; therefore, it reduces the amount of overall pressure that it produces. I recommended to Adam's that they include a long spray nozzle because when you are trying to wash the roof of a Tahoe, it is hard to reach up there with the short nose nozzle. The pressure - I think for cars alone, this pressure washer is fine but if you use it for any other purposes you will notice the lack of pressure that you may need. After I finished, removing the pressure washer hose from both the pressure washer and the trigger was problematic. And if you are asking, did he release the pressure first? Yes, I did. The hose was turned off and the water pressure was released prior to me attempting to remove the quick releases. Removing the garden hose once you are finished - the hose is hard to remove once you are through as well. I recommended that Adams add a quick release attachment that you can screw on the hose, and then add that function to the pressure washer as well. I had to get a pair of channel locks to unscrew the garden hose.
Overall it is a good pressure washer. I would consider a few of these things that I mentioned before you purchase it however.