If you're looking for the best pressure washer that you can buy for under £100, lucky for you, you've come to the right place. Washing away garden dirt is one of the most satisfying household tasks there is, and there are plenty of tools and machines that will help you blast away all the grime to get ready to spend some time in your outdoor space.
From washing garden furniture and removing months of dirt from decking to pressure washers for patios and cleaning your car, there's no better time to invest in an affordable pressure washer than in spring or summer as we prepare to spend much more time outside in our beloved gardens.
Don't miss last chance Black Friday deals on pressure washers
We interrupt the regularly scheduled content to let you know that although Black Friday is over, there's still time to grab some last chance Black Friday deals on pressure washers under £100. These are the retailers that still have deals available or keep scrolling to continue reading our buyer’s guide.
Get 35% off: Spear + Jackson Pressure Washer WAS £99.99, NOW £64.99
16% off: Bamboosang 21V High Pressure Washer WAS £129, NOW £109
21% off: Einhell TC-HP 90 Pressure Washer WAS £64.95, NOW £51.29
Save 25%: Nilfisk 128471255 Core 140 Bar High Pressure Washer WAS £90, NOW £67.50
Save £20: Kärcher K2 Basic Corded Pressure Washer WAS £69, NOW £49
Pressure washers come in all shapes and sizes, including heavy-duty corded machines that can handle any task or the more lightweight and easy-to-carry compact versions that are ideal for smaller tasks and cleaning your car. High-pressure washers come with accessories like rotating nozzles, sandblasting nozzles, chemical injectors, etc, that make removing tough stains, paint, cement, etc, an easy job. Even though there are some pricey models on the market, there are many affordable pressure washers that won't compromise performance or power.
With loads of pressure washer options, price points and brands out there, it's hard to know exactly what pressure washer is the best fit for your garden and your bank balance. Luckily, we're here to help with our expert advice and top picks from Amazon, Argos and B&Q to bring you the best pressure washers under £100, because cleaning doesn't have to cost the earth.
Best pressure washers under £100 at a glance
• Best overall: Spear & Jackson Pressure Washer - 1400W
• Best compact pressure washer: Bosch 06008A7F70 EasyAquatak 110 High Pressure Washer
• Best easy-to-use pressure washer: Kärcher K2 Basic Corded Pressure washer 1.4kW K2
Best pressure washers under £100
This compact and lightweight Spear & Jackson 1400W Pressure Washer is perfect for most medium-duty
- Great value
- Efficient in stubborn areas
- Some attachments hard to use
Best easy-to-use pressure washer under £100
Pressure washers can come equipped with a whole load of bells and whistles, but if you're after a
- Easy to carry
- Great for quick and small tasks
- Simple instructions
- Pipes can split if not store correctly
Best compact pressure washer
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Need a pressure washer but don't want to be lugging a massive one around the garden? This Bosch
- Powerful despite the size
- Effective and durable
- Great to store in small spaces
- Not good enough for tough jobs
Interested in finding out more about the impressive Kärcher range? We've shared the best Kärcher pressure washers.
Best cordless pressure washer around £100
Cordless pressure washers are great if you don't have access to mains water and power or just want
- Compact and easy to use
- Ergonomically designed 2-position rotary rear handle
- No customer reviews yet
Best long-reach pressure washer under £100
Thanks to the long-reach lance, this Black+Decker High-Pressure Washer is great for those
- Compact and easy to store
- Six accessories included
- Instructions are a little complicated
Best powerful pressure washer under £100
The more powerful pressure washers normally come with a big price tag, but the RYOBI washer packs
- Compact and powerful
- Great value for money
Best pressure washer for garden furniture and tools
The Kärcher K 2 Power Control pressure washer is ideal for cleaning your garden tools, garden
- Value for money
- Not for heavy duty use
What to consider when buying a pressure washer?
Weight and size: Firstly, you'll want to think about the type of pressure washer you'll want to invest in. Do you want something big and chunky that will have a high power and pressure rating for heavy-duty jobs? Or would you prefer a lightweight model that allows you to carry your pressure washer around the garden?
Power and pressure rates: With each pressure washer, there will be certain power wattage and pressures that it can go up to. If you'd rather blast all the dirt away as efficiently as possible, you'll want to go up higher, but this may also mean going up in price and size.
Components: Pressure washers can come with all sorts of accessories and additions. Think about what you might need depending on the materials you're hosing down. Do you need various nozzles, brushes and bottles, or do you want to keep it simple?
Hose and cable lengths: Most pressure washers will come with a cable if they're corded and electric, and all will come with a hose attached to the machine. If you have a huge garden with lots to wash down, you may need a longer hose length to reach through your garden.
What can you use a pressure washer for?
Pressure washers help to clean large spaces of areas really quickly and efficiently. So, there are lots of outdoor materials and spaces that you can clean off easily with a pressure washer.
The most common things you'll find to pressure wash in your garden are wooden decks, patios, concrete surfaces, fences, walkways, and driveways. First, you'll want to clear the decks with a leaf blower or a vacuum, though. You can also clean exterior walls, garden furniture, strip paint, your garage floor and even cleaning your roof tiles.
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Hannah Mellin is a Homes & Garden Product Writer for Modern Gardens. She has been working in the Journalism industry for over a decade and has written for an array of brands including John Lewis, Daily Mirror and Grazia. When she's not writing, researching or testing products, she's renovating her Victorian terrace and chilling in the garden with her sausage dog Waffle.