Cleans really well and easy to use. The 5-in-1 nozzle makes changing the spray pattern a snap. Also the fuel consumption seems OK to me. I cleaned my 20' boat and 1 side of my house which had a lot of mold on the siding due to my neighbor's tree being over grown and I only used a little over half a tank, about a quart of gas. That seems pretty good to me.
I bought this pressure washer based on my past experience with Craftsman appliances, and never had reason to complain (over 45 years, by the way). That, unfortunately, is no longer the case. I've tried multiple times, and with multiple assistants, and the damned thing just won't start. And no, this is not my first pressure washer, and as I mentioned, it's not my first Craftsman. No possibility of priming or choking it, just keep pulling on it until the old pacemaker lights you up...so tomorrow begins the fun task of trying to get it serviced. Yippeee.
Very frustrating!!! Buying a new pressure washer should have been a plug and go type of thing. We spent two days trying to get the thing to work. First it wouldn't start. Finally by the second day it started but won't work unless you take a needle nose pliar to the throttle wire each time you pull the wand trigger. I am so disappointed in this product and would say DON'T BUY!!!
I’m really liking this pressure washer, how ever the soap spray isn’t all to great and it didn’t come with a bottle for the soap Siphon, and looking a the 2 item on sears website wasn’t very helpful.