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Karcher K2 Pressure washer £18.75 WILKO Newcastle instore
Karcher K2 Pressure washer £18.75 WILKO Newcastle instore

Karcher K2 Pressure washer £18.75 WILKO Newcastle instore

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Karcher k2 pressure washer
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It says £37 underneath it?

Original Poster

Yeah its scanning half that price

macky18g

Yeah its scanning half that price



​Bargain!

bargain if national

K2 compact £80 in Cardiff, normal K2 £125.

These are great at removing the clear coat from your Car..

Which Newcastle store please

going into my local store 9am to see if have any heat added any way

Original Poster

bothalboy

Which Newcastle store please


Newcastle city centre nun street

I have this jet wash, can't fault it at all. I think I paid £30 for it from the karcher outlet online. This is a bargain, heat from me.

VERY HOT at £18.75!!! Even if it is £37 that's still a great price.

haritori

These are great at removing the clear coat from your Car..



​If this removes ur clear coat then uve had a cheap spray job

Dayum, this is an awesome price! Might be tempted to venture to a local store and see if I can grab one.

Looks like a store misprice, be interested to see if any other peeps get it

This is £80 online

laura37

This is £80 online


But £18.75 instore!

£80 in my local Cheltenham

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haritori

These are great at removing the clear coat from your Car..



o0

Then don't use it at point blank range LMAO!
I've used a few different pressure washers now, with no problems with clear coat.

J1135

o0Then don't use it at point blank range LMAO!I've used a few different … o0Then don't use it at point blank range LMAO!I've used a few different pressure washers now, with no problems with clear coat.



Where did i say i was gogin to use it at point blank range?

If you have a small defect in the clear coat then a pressure washer even at distance can easily remove the clear coat..

the layer of clear coat use now is very thin, most stone chips on the front of the car will have removed the clear coat and pressure washing this even at a range will cause it to flake away..

I would never clean my car with a pressure washer.. I do not see the reason for a pressure washer to clean the car, they do not clean the car, you need to use a sponge still, so rinsing can be easily done with a hose.

Pressure washers are great for cleaning paths etc.. but not cars.
Edited by: "haritori" 17th Jan

that's the old model hence price. the new one is £80

hadleigh101

K2 compact £80 in Cardiff, normal K2 £125.


Same in southampton

caverncity

that's the old model hence price. the new one is £80


New one? K?

500+ degrees for a Deal that nobody other than the OP in La La La Land has found, are Wilko the new Tesco?

alltaken123

New one? K?



​yes go and check you will see, different box, different casing

I bought 2 last year around this time from wills for £20 each so am assuming the op bought the last of that lot so possibly not many about now if any

Bit of a daft question, but can you adjust the pressure to a relatively low one if you were using it to clean something a little more delicate?

Is there a 'look what I found, it was the last one' website?

haritori

These are great at removing the clear coat from your Car..



Only if you use the incorrect attachment.
I have one of these and it great for washing the car and removing moss and algae from patios. Just read the fecking manual before use.

Maffew

Bit of a daft question, but can you adjust the pressure to a relatively … Bit of a daft question, but can you adjust the pressure to a relatively low one if you were using it to clean something a little more delicate?


Like your kids?

good for you but its a local deal

Maffew

Bit of a daft question, but can you adjust the pressure to a relatively … Bit of a daft question, but can you adjust the pressure to a relatively low one if you were using it to clean something a little more delicate?


Such as the frenulum?

Hud50n

Like your kids?


Your kids are pressure adjustable?
Edited by: "Cheap_as_Chimps" 17th Jan

So it seems that no one, apart from the Op, has apparently managed to bag one at this deal price. HUKD voting is such a joke sometimes.

haritori

These are great at removing the clear coat from your Car..



haritori

Pressure washers are great for cleaning paths etc.. but not cars.



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haritori

Where did i say i was gogin to use it at point blank range?If you have a … Where did i say i was gogin to use it at point blank range?If you have a small defect in the clear coat then a pressure washer even at distance can easily remove the clear coat..the layer of clear coat use now is very thin, most stone chips on the front of the car will have removed the clear coat and pressure washing this even at a range will cause it to flake away.. I would never clean my car with a pressure washer.. I do not see the reason for a pressure washer to clean the car, they do not clean the car, you need to use a sponge still, so rinsing can be easily done with a hose.Pressure washers are great for cleaning paths etc.. but not cars.



​what a load of bulsh*** i have k2 for 2 years and even if u use the wrong head it must have been cheaply repainted before or just buy a better car lol. I have a masive one at work it cost couple of grand and with that yes u can peel paint off if the paintwork is damaged but c mon not with this baby

Worked in Cardiff but there were 2 sized boxes. One with a picture of a bike (as per OP's picture) and one without. I picked up the last one I could see with a bike pic and asked them to scan it at the till.

Went theough at £18.80.

Seems like it's national but perhaps only the boxes with a bike pic on.

Cheers OP

I called Wilkos in Newcastle first thing this morning and got them to reserve me the last one on the shelf. Well worth a trip into town for that price, many thanks op

haritori

[quote=J1135][quote=haritori] I do not see the reason for a pressure … [quote=J1135][quote=haritori] I do not see the reason for a pressure washer to clean the car, they do not clean the car, you need to use a sponge still, so rinsing can be easily done with a hose.



If you are using a sponge to clean your car, then a pressure washer stripping the clear coat is the least of your worries....

Called Bridgend store, and he said they were scanning in at £80
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