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Ryobi 36V RPW3600

Ryobi 36V RPW3600

MPN: RPW3600
3.3 from 3 reviews

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Thomas T.

Thomas T.Perth, WA

The best cordless pressure washer I have ever used


I have been using this for over a year now to wash my car and pressure wash my patio. Amazing performance when you use 2 36V 5AH batteries. It has the same amount of power as a mains pressure washer but is cordless!

Purchased in November 2018 for $499.00.

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AllanMetropolitan Adelaide, SA

Great unit but has some flaws to be aware of

Date PurchasedDec 2016



  • 5 reviews
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Bladder feed is lousy and cheaply made

Date PurchasedMar 2017

Questions & Answers



Hi I have the Ryobi 36v pressure washer is there a common fault with them?have had a little play with it this afternoon and I got it to work but for no more than 2 minutes without boost mode and on 0c setting. Water pressure from the bag is great and constant. After the 2 minutes working, the machine cuts out completely and will not switch on for a few minutes. Then the machine does its usual short bursts when it does switch on. When I left it for an hour and charged the battery again (which was 3 bars full) and started all over again I got 2 minutes and the same thing happens.

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I have not had this issue, but i did find in my case, poor flow from the bag, so i use a bucket with a hose fitting at the base. I use 2 x 2.6amp batteries. I found that if i only use one battery, the performance is limited to a really short time (it shuts off suddenly, and will turn on again if i let it sit a while), but if i install both batteries I get a good 15mins use. Otherwise Ive used mine for what must be 3 years now maybe, about every week or fortnight, and no issues.


Thankyou I did wonder if it used one battery at a time or two simultaneously



Can you use lower voltage batteries and vise versa on ryobi tools. Eg a could I use
the 35 batteries on my chainsaw which uses 18.

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Richard Foran

Richard Foranasked

Is there a foam sprayer one can use with the RPW3600?

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I bought an ebay snow foam cannon, fittings are standard so you can also use shorter wands, different trigger guns, upgrade to a different hose etc. Just check the style/size of fitting before you order.

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