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Pressure Washer Products would like to save you money.

Make your own chemical wand assemblies.

These can be used with the 12 volt pumps, air diaphragm pumps, roller pumps and ag pumps.

Please see the pics listed below.

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Is there something I can add to the Udor to keep it from dripping? It runs out of the tip for a while after spraying.

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Great post Lori!

Thank you as always.

FYI, the all flow is perferct!

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Do you have the poly gun?  If so, it is time for a repair kit or to switch to a ball valve.  Great question!

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I'm wondering how long you could make one of these type of wands. Like an extension wand for those long distance shots.

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Yes you can, but it is harder to control. It's a good idea in a need to situation.

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Nice camera work Lori. Do they make a quick connect assy. before or after the ball valve in order to make it easier to roll up the hose or to change the nozzle assy. ?

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I like to put a 45 on the inlet side of the ball valve,...gives it more of a handle and makes turning it on and off simpler as well. also allows the hose to hang more freely.

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Lori, !st of all thanks for all "yo Hep"
I've been having some rust build up on
my wands quick connects...
any suggestions?
thanks in advance
Chris

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Chris Kaeppel wrote:

Lori, !st of all thanks for all "yo Hep" I've been having some rust build up on my wands quick connects... any suggestions? thanks in advance Chris


It's amazing what simple acid like vinegar will do to keep th adverse affects of bleach at bay. If the rust is built up already just soak it in the vinegar overnight and it will make a big improvement. I water will work for rinsing, but it isn't as good a treatment as simple vinegar.

Make a soaking wand holder and fill it with vinegar and water and when you're done working for the day just put it in until next time. 

Jeff


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