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Ozito 1300w 1450PSI Pressure Washer £50 + £6 delivery @ Homebase
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Ozito 1300w 1450PSI Pressure Washer £50 + £6 delivery @ Homebase

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Need to clean my car every now and then! Was wondering if anyone rates this pressure washer and if this is a good deal?
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The Ozito High Pressure Washer is ideal for cleaning most outdoor surfaces fast and efficiently. It's designed for removing dirt from vehicles, boats, driveways, garden paths, terraces and garden equipment. The lightweight design and on-board storage allows easy transportation from one job to the next around the home.

For controlled, efficient cleaning of even surfaces such as patios, driveways, decks and paving the Deck and Patio cleaner will also reduce your cleaning time. Also included with your pressure washer is a Detergent Spray Bottle with adjustable detergent regulator, ideal for applying detergent for the cleaning of cars, motorbikes etc.

The Adjustable Spray Nozzle provides the user with selectable spray patterns, simply rotate from a high pressure solid cone stream for dirt blasting to a flat fan spray that's perfect for those delicate cleaning applications. All these attachments include the Quick Connect System allowing you to seamlessly transition between attachments.

  • 1300W/1450 PSI
  • Quick connect system
  • Deck and patio cleaner
  • On- board storage
Adjustable spray nozzle

Delivery within 10 days

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Pressure washers tend to be measured in Bar (working pressure) - this Ozito is 1450psi which is roughly 100 Bar. For context, the Karcher K2 (Circa £80 & quite popular) is about 75 Bar. Therefore, this machine @ £50 is good value. Many professional washers will be 110-140+ Bar.

As said, don't concentrate it too closely for too long - wheels and arches, yes. Paintwork, no. If you have to concentrate on a stubborn area - keep the water jet moving all the time. Use in conjunction with a *TFR for more effortless cleaning.

( * Traffic Film Remover )

All the best, Phsy.
This is what I like about HUKDs. Looking at a single deal and I'm learning lots of new things.
What TFR is, what the heck snowfoam is, and that "1450psi which is roughly 100 Bar".
Every deal is an education!
Jamie_Rawle08/04/2020 19:15

Thanks for that, do you think it's good enough to clean a car well?


It will be plenty to clean a car. In fact, don't use a narrow jet as it may be able to damage paint.
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Got one of these, pretty good, especially the patio cleaner. Not the most powerful though
Valtiel08/04/2020 19:13

Got one of these, pretty good, especially the patio cleaner. Not the most …Got one of these, pretty good, especially the patio cleaner. Not the most powerful though

Thanks for that, do you think it's good enough to clean a car well?
Jamie_Rawle08/04/2020 19:15

Thanks for that, do you think it's good enough to clean a car well?


It will be plenty to clean a car. In fact, don't use a narrow jet as it may be able to damage paint.
Got one of these, did my car really well
Pressure washers tend to be measured in Bar (working pressure) - this Ozito is 1450psi which is roughly 100 Bar. For context, the Karcher K2 (Circa £80 & quite popular) is about 75 Bar. Therefore, this machine @ £50 is good value. Many professional washers will be 110-140+ Bar.

As said, don't concentrate it too closely for too long - wheels and arches, yes. Paintwork, no. If you have to concentrate on a stubborn area - keep the water jet moving all the time. Use in conjunction with a *TFR for more effortless cleaning.

( * Traffic Film Remover )

All the best, Phsy.
Is homebase open or is this just for delivery?
Mutton_Man08/04/2020 19:36

Is homebase open or is this just for delivery?


Just for delivery buddy
Phsycronix08/04/2020 19:30

Pressure washers tend to be measured in Bar (working pressure) - this …Pressure washers tend to be measured in Bar (working pressure) - this Ozito is 1450psi which is roughly 100 Bar. For context, the Karcher K2 (Circa £80 & quite popular) is about 75 Bar. Therefore, this machine @ £50 is good value. Many professional washers will be 110-140+ Bar.As said, don't concentrate it too closely for too long - wheels and arches, yes. Paintwork, no. If you have to concentrate on a stubborn area - keep the water jet moving all the time. Use in conjunction with a *TFR for more effortless cleaning.( * Traffic Film Remover )All the best, Phsy.


Legend! Thank you, made the purchase
If you want to use snowfoam then you want at least 110 bar, if not 120.
Phsycronix08/04/2020 19:30

Pressure washers tend to be measured in Bar (working pressure) - this …Pressure washers tend to be measured in Bar (working pressure) - this Ozito is 1450psi which is roughly 100 Bar. For context, the Karcher K2 (Circa £80 & quite popular) is about 75 Bar. Therefore, this machine @ £50 is good value. Many professional washers will be 110-140+ Bar.As said, don't concentrate it too closely for too long - wheels and arches, yes. Paintwork, no. If you have to concentrate on a stubborn area - keep the water jet moving all the time. Use in conjunction with a *TFR for more effortless cleaning.( * Traffic Film Remover )All the best, Phsy.


Wouldn't put any TFR near my paintwork.
Would this be good enough for a patio?
rickj08/04/2020 19:45

Wouldn't put any TFR near my paintwork.



Why on earth not? I'm guessing you are someone who thinks it's acidic? Even wheelwash (which we used to call wheel acid) isn't actually acid anymore. You put it on - then mere minutes later, you wash it off.
What is traffic film remover?

"Traffic film remover (TFR) is a cleaning product that’s designed to remove road grime without damaging the paintwork or mechanical parts of your car. As you’re driving, your car is liable to pick up a thin layer of grit, dirt and oil which can be quite difficult to scrub off. A good TFR will easily break down this grime and remove it, often without any effort on your part."

carbuyer.co.uk/tip…-it

What you DON'T DO is let it dry.
ianjw08/04/2020 19:42

If you want to use snowfoam then you want at least 110 bar, if not 120.


Looking to use Autoglym shampoo, will definitely chance an arm with the snowfoam - later down the line
Phsycronix08/04/2020 19:54

What is traffic film remover?"Traffic film remover (TFR) is a cleaning …What is traffic film remover?"Traffic film remover (TFR) is a cleaning product that’s designed to remove road grime without damaging the paintwork or mechanical parts of your car. As you’re driving, your car is liable to pick up a thin layer of grit, dirt and oil which can be quite difficult to scrub off. A good TFR will easily break down this grime and remove it, often without any effort on your part."https://www.carbuyer.co.uk/tips-and-advice/167249/what-is-traffic-film-remover-is-it-worth-itWhat you DON'T DO is let it dry.


TFR won't remove tar spots and it's only recommended for occasional use .Far better products out there which you won't see on a carbuyer website .
We use TFR on our hgv wagons which run 24 hrs a day ! and it's fine for that .
Invest in some bilt hammer snow foam and a Lance to go with washer.
Other decent ones on car detailers sites if you value your car.
Can I also point out that it's not recommended that you use "Auto-stop" hose connectors with a pressure washer. It can affect the flow of water to the PW pump and it has been suggested that it can damage the machine.

I have no personal experience with this issue but I can point you to HERE where they discuss the issue further.
Jamie_Rawle08/04/2020 19:55

Looking to use Autoglym shampoo, will definitely chance an arm with the …Looking to use Autoglym shampoo, will definitely chance an arm with the snowfoam - later down the line


Yep half decent choice with Autoglym .Check what fittings this has if you want a snowfoam attachment
rickj08/04/2020 20:02

TFR won't remove tar spots and it's only recommended for occasional use …TFR won't remove tar spots and it's only recommended for occasional use .Far better products out there which you won't see on a carbuyer website .We use TFR on our hgv wagons which run 24 hrs a day ! and it's fine for that .Invest in some bilt hammer snow foam and a Lance to go with washer.Other decent ones on car detailers sites if you value your car.



You are correct in what you say regarding tar/bugspots etc. but it's all personal perspective and dependent on the vehicle too. I worked as a valeter so have experience with customers who would not have certain things used on their cars! Snow foam is fine but; generally; is not as effective as a decent TFR - used properly.

I of course accept that car fanatics swear by SF though.
Edited by: "Phsycronix" 9th Apr
I have this and a k4 full control pressure washer. I have to say if you use a snow foam cannon for detailing cars this one gives the perfect pressure and makes the foam thick.
If your doing patios. And long running go for the k4
cturnpenny08/04/2020 19:46

Would this be good enough for a patio?


its not that powerful be prepared for a long slog
cturnpenny08/04/2020 19:46

Would this be good enough for a patio?


To cramped.
no windows.
Bargain. Thanks
Phsycronix08/04/2020 19:30

Pressure washers tend to be measured in Bar (working pressure) - this …Pressure washers tend to be measured in Bar (working pressure) - this Ozito is 1450psi which is roughly 100 Bar. For context, the Karcher K2 (Circa £80 & quite popular) is about 75 Bar. Therefore, this machine @ £50 is good value. Many professional washers will be 110-140+ Bar.As said, don't concentrate it too closely for too long - wheels and arches, yes. Paintwork, no. If you have to concentrate on a stubborn area - keep the water jet moving all the time. Use in conjunction with a *TFR for more effortless cleaning.( * Traffic Film Remover )All the best, Phsy.


It’s a combination of the bar pressure and water flow rate that gives you the impact pressure. Also have a look at the working bar pressure or means bar pressure figures don’t use the max bar pressure figure as the max bar pressure figures are often or majority of the time 20% higher than the washers true bar pressure. Just for info to help out.
Phsycronix08/04/2020 20:09

You are correct in what you say regarding tar/bugspots etc. but it's all …You are correct in what you say regarding tar/bugspots etc. but it's all personal perspective and dependent on the vehicle too. I worked as a valeter so have experience with customers who would not have certain things used on their cars! Snow foam is fine but; generally; is not as effective as a decent TFR - used properly.I of course accept that car fanatics swear by CF though.

Really ? Depends what you mean by effective .
looks like the same machine as the eurocarparts machine but a different colour
adamspencer9508/04/2020 21:30

looks like the same machine as the eurocarparts machine but a different …looks like the same machine as the eurocarparts machine but a different colour


Euro One was 1800w, I bought it, 90 bar working pressure
Not bad deal.
I got the Lidl one last month posted here, very good but no patio cleaner brush.
Be warned I ordered a mower from Homebase two weeks ago, it said 3 days delivery and I’m still waiting for it. I’ve emailed and contacted them on twitter and just get a standard response of “we’re experiencing delays” etc etc
Just ordered, thanks OP
I have one of these. It’s great for washing the car. If you’re going to use it for doing the patio you’ll be there awhile plus there is no clip to hold the trigger in so I ended up using cable ties.

I ended up upgrading to the k4 as my back is pretty big. What did take hours with this one now takes about an hour with the K4.
How does this fare with the Aldi one recently
has anyone taken it off any sweet jumps?
This is what I like about HUKDs. Looking at a single deal and I'm learning lots of new things.
What TFR is, what the heck snowfoam is, and that "1450psi which is roughly 100 Bar".
Every deal is an education!
Is this better than the karcher machine which is £25 more from Toolstation
rob7brown09/04/2020 10:50

Is this better than the karcher machine which is £25 more from Toolstation


Not as high pressured. This is 100max, karcher is 110
I don't get why people are obsessed with jet washing their car with a pressure washer. I can have my car washed with a bucket and sponge in the time it'd take me to get this out of the shed and set it up.
This washer is only 340L/Hour Flow Rate....I'd personally get a Nilfisk C110 for about 20 Quid more, has a 440l/hour flow rate....
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