Chemical Guys’ ProFlow PM2000 Proves Power Washers Can Be Cool

There’s a lot to like about this retro-styled 2,030-psi pressure washer.

byRobert Bacon| PUBLISHED Aug 22, 2022 2:00 PM
Chemical Guys’ ProFlow PM2000 Proves Power Washers Can Be Cool
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Anyone who takes pride in their ride is probably familiar with Chemical Guys, and we’re big fans of the brand's cleaning products. Now the manufacturer has launched the ProFlow PM2000 electric power washer, just in time to help you tackle the dirt and grime that are waiting to launch an assault on your vehicle over the next few months.

This model retails for $199.99 and delivers up to 2,030 psi of high-pressure water with a maximum flow rate of 1.77 gallons per minute. These figures are pretty much in line with the other pressure washers in this price range, some of which regularly go on sale. Should you wait for another model to go on sale and save a few bucks? Not necessarily. The ProFlow shines brighter in a few areas, like the fact that it weighs just 10.5 pounds, which is about half the weight of its direct competitors. The ProFlow's design is also a high point. It looks like you’re washing your car with a retro-styled Marshall amplifier. Style is subjective, but this unit looks so cool that it makes me question why more manufacturers haven’t created something like this.

The Chemical Guys' new washer is also lightweight and compact and rolls around on four casters, so it should be easy to maneuver. If you want it to stay in place, you can swap the casters for rubber feet. At the heart of this washer sits a 1,680-watt motor. There's a 35-foot power cable on the side, and at the front, you'll find a 20-foot water hose. It comes with short and long barrel guns, which have five quick-connect nozzles in the following sizes: 0, 15, 25, 40, and 65 degrees. The quick-connect system means you can easily attach a Snubby Pressure Washer Gun or Foam Cannon

The ProFlow PM2000 sold out just 10 minutes after it launched, but you can get on the wait list if you’re interested. While you wait, might as well stock up on Chemical Guys Mr. Pink Foaming Car Wash Soap or prepare for a Concours d’Elegance with the Chemical Guys 14-Piece Arsenal Builder Car Wash Kit with Foam Gun.

Let us know what you think of the ProFlow PM2000 in the comments.

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