This is made under numerous brand names and is all you'll ever need for cleaning, paintng, etc.:
However, some things to note:
1/ get a piston compressor, not a diaphram type
2/ if possible, get a belt drive, not direct drive (motors can burn out on start-up with direct drive, but belt drive is usually for larger compressors than what you need).
3/ Usually, 40 psi is good for cleaning. More can mean air inot your skin, which may not be good, plus you dont' need it.
4/ 3 cfm, or at least larger than 2 cfm, at say 90 psi, is a good idea. Air tools, need more like 6 to 9 cfm, but you probably arn't interested in that.