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Briggs & Stratton 6080 Quick Connect Wand Turbo Nozzle

Item# 07175129000P | Model# 6080 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Briggs & Stratton 6080 Quick Connect Wand Turbo Nozzle
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Whirls a powerful pin-point water jet for highly effective cleaning. Great for cleaning brick, concrete and vinyl surfaces. Made of stainless steel, brass and ceramic components to help resist corrosion. Turbo Nozzle fits Quick-Connect spray wand sold with Craftsman gas powered pressure washers up to 4000 PSI.
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By kybratprince
June 30th, 2018
must have

This is a must have item. If you own a preasure washer and dont have one of these you dont know what your missing. This makes cleaning anything easy but you do have to be careful not to strip paint off. A must have for driveways and brick sidding. It is also great at cleaning thick dried mud from under ATV finders but I wouldnt recommend cleaning the engine or tops of the finders. I would most likely remove the decals and may get into the egine.

5 found this review helpful
Criticism
By mvehouse
June 30th, 2018
Disapointed

I was disapointed in this item after I purchased it and tried to use it, while it did have plenty of cleaning power, it tended to leave noticable circles where the spray had actually hit. I felt one of the fan nozzles done a much better job of even cleaning than this item did, not to mention that when I accidentally hit an old cinderblock wall with this item it actually started eating away at the cinderblock because it was so high powered. Was using connected to the 2200 psi washer.

3 found this review helpful
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Ray9

Works Great.

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Increases stain removal on tile and concrete. Works great.

June 30th via sears.com
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MoombaLS

Worth every penny

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<p>At first I was skeptical due to the price, but it made my pressure washer seem so much more powerful. A job that used to take me two days, and 6 gas refils on my washer took me 2 gas refills and about 5 hours. I used to use one of the fan types to clean my deck, and I could only do a 1.5 inch strip at a time bring the deck to look like new again(yellow again). With this nozzle I can do a 5 inch strip at a time.</p>
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<p>For the people that are complaining about circIe, if you are getting circles, you are too far away, and moving too quickly.</p>

June 30th via sears.com
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themaintenanceman

ITEM DID NOT HOLD UP.

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<p>Purchased for $60.00 used&nbsp;3 times...third use...quit working. Returned to sears for replacement. Next one&nbsp;quit after 2 uses...returned it for replacement, and third one quit after 1st use. Returned for full refund.&nbsp;Keep that receipt...no refund without receipt!!</p>

June 30th via sears.com
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HarleyDave

Good Nozzle

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I use this for washing cars and it works great. The construction and material is top notch.

June 30th via sears.com
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mvehouse

Disapointed

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I was disapointed in this item after I purchased it and tried to use it, while it did have plenty of cleaning power, it tended to leave noticable circles where the spray had actually hit. I felt one of the fan nozzles done a much better job of even cleaning than this item did, not to mention that when I accidentally hit an old cinderblock wall with this item it actually started eating away at the cinderblock because it was so high powered. Was using connected to the 2200 psi washer.

June 30th via sears.com
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