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Pressure Washer - 1600W
Pressure Washer - 1800W
Karcher is the UK’s leading Pressure Washer brand, with a range of products designed to tackle outdoor cleaning jobs with ease. Our high pressure washers make light work of cleaning patios, bikes or cars, offering you all the control you need to clean areas of stubborn dirt. Our full control models make it easy to choose the perfect pressure for every surface, whether it’s a muddy bike or delicate stonework.
Karcher’s original accessories let you do more with your cleaning machine than ever before, from optimised power to extra jobs around the house. And with their accessory kits, you can even tackle specialist tasks like high-pressure sandblasting.
Got a cleaning job to tackle? Whether it's big or small, indoor or outdoor, you can rest assured that Karcher have a product to sort it in a flash. From pressure washers to window vacs and hard floor washers - their full range is ready to help.
Karcher is the world’s most famous supplier of high-quality pressure washers and accessories. In 1950, innovator and entrepreneur Alfred Karcher came up with the idea for the first European hot water high-pressure cleaner (the DS 350 steam jet). It was only in the 70s that the colour of the machines was changed to the world-famous Karcher yellow, now universally associated with quality cleaning solutions.
Building on the success of their pressure washers, Karcher today manufactures everything from wet and dry vacuum cleaners to sweepers, steam cleaners and scrubber dryers alongside a range of innovative attachments – meaning our range of Karcher’s powerful cleaning systems can be used for interiors, exteriors and beyond.
Kärcher is a family-owned global leader in cleaning technology. Discover the range of quality pressure washers, steam cleaners, window vacs & more.
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