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Pressure Washer Nozzles & Spray Tips

Browse our select range of pressure washer nozzles and spray tips for virtually all cleaning applications. Showcasing trusted industry brands such as Legacy and A+, known for their enduring quality and exceptional performance. Use our nozzle calculator to determine the correct nozzle size for your machine, and call your dealer to pick up your part today.

Nozzle Calculator

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To determine the correct nozzle size for you, enter your pressure washer’s GPM and PSI.
If you have questions about selecting the correct nozzle size, use the dealer locator tool to get connected with your local pressure washer expert.


Pressure washer nozzles are color-coded to indicate their spray angle and pressure:

Red (0 degrees): Concentrated, high-pressure stream for tough stains and grime. Use with caution.

Yellow (15 degrees): Narrow, high-pressure fan spray for heavy-duty cleaning like concrete and metal.

Green (25 degrees): Medium-pressure spray for general cleaning tasks such as cars and boats.

White (40 degrees): Wide, low-pressure spray for light cleaning and rinsing, like windows and siding.

Black (65 degrees): Very wide, low-pressure spray for applying soap or chemicals evenly.

Choosing the right nozzle size depends on your pressure washer's PSI (pounds per square inch) and GPM (gallons per minute). Using too large a nozzle can result in loss of performance, too small can damage your pump.

In order to pick the right size, use our nozzle calculator (tap on "Filters" on mobile, or at the top left of page on desktop) to determine the right size for you.

Turbo nozzles, also known as rotary or spinning nozzles, combine the high impact of a 0-degree nozzle wide spray pattern via a rotating head. This design increases cleaning efficiency and power, ideal for tough stains, curbs, heavy equipment, and more. Here are some key benefits:

Increased Cleaning Power: The rotating action covers more area and provides deep cleaning power, removing stubborn dirt, grime, and stains more effectively.

Time Efficiency: Turbo nozzles clean faster than standard nozzles due to their increased power and coverage area.

Versatility: Suitable for a variety of surfaces, including concrete, brick, and metal. However, they should be used with caution on surfaces like wood or paint to avoid damage.