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I have a question? I hear many on here say they use 2 tanks.1 filled with SH the other water and then use a manifold,ball valve or whatever to control the mix going out.Then switching to straight water to clean out your system.

If you are doing this when & where are you adding your surfactants,TSP, Dawn or whatever else you decide to put in your mix??

I am currently keeping 1 tank SH & the other as my mixing tank that I draw from, just mixing what I need for each project.

Then when done I just fill up some buckets & run about 20 gallons of clean water through the system.

I am setting up my new truck this week and I need all the direction I can get. Any help or thoughts would be greatly apreciated



-- Edited by aaron61 on Sunday 27th of March 2011 09:38:07 AM

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Hi Aaron.  Let's talk about this in the premium section ?  I use a different config than what you describe.  Thanks!



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aaron61 wrote:

I have a question? I hear many on here say they use 2 tanks.1 filled with SH the other water and then use a manifold,ball valve or whatever to control the mix going out.Then switching to straight water to clean out your system.

If you are doing this when & where are you adding your surfactants,TSP, Dawn or whatever else you decide to put in your mix??

I am currently keeping 1 tank SH & the other as my mixing tank that I draw from, just mixing what I need for each project.

Then when done I just fill up some buckets & run about 20 gallons of clean water through the system.

I am setting up my new truck this week and I need all the direction I can get. Any help or thoughts would be greatly apreciated



-- Edited by aaron61 on Sunday 27th of March 2011 09:38:07 AM


 Good idea, start a thread in the preium section and I'll show you my two tank setup.





-- Edited by Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa FL (813) 655-8777 on Sunday 27th of March 2011 10:36:04 AM

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Hey Aaron, simply add a "T fitting" to the inlet of your pump,..from the two remaining inlets from the "T" add ball valves and hoses,..and simply run the hoses to the tanks. Switch as needed.

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Sorry guys I'll move it

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