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Would this be OK to put hypo threw it thanks

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Dave B

You can get pump up crop sprayers off ebay

Under 20 quid for a 20l one

They will have better seals i would think as designed for spraying harsh chemicals

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Guest Stayclearwindowcleaning
You can get pump up crop sprayers off ebay

Under 20 quid for a 20l one

They will have better seals i would think as designed for spraying harsh chemicals

Have u got a link to it Dave I can't find any at that price thanks

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Taxlossloz

If it's roof then 200 garden butt with Chem in pump , old reel old pole ,

Or for walls Shurflo backpack

For small patios watering can with sprinkler on end !

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Dave B

I will be pestering you for advice soon as i am looking into hypo for some jobs

 

Also if i sprayed it on a minging conny roof (lichen stains on the frames) will it clean that and not harm the plastic?

 

Ta loz

 

I'll be pestering you soon

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Taxlossloz

At a weak strength and rinsed off it just cleans - no damage

It's pretty bad ass stuff so you need goggles and mask

I have felt pretty ill after a few full days !

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Taxlossloz

If you go on FB Dave there's a softwash group by Mark cave it's got everything you need to know

Look out for A holes tho ( o think that's on the window cleaning page actually )

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Dave B

Cool

I have a conservatory to do with the ingrained black spots that won't come off

If I buy the 15% stuff how strong would you use it just to help clean a conny roof?

I also have some proper house roofs i want to clean so looking into the softwash lark also

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steve garwood

I started using hypo with a watering can fitted with a rose, but found it poured far to much at once so used to much hypo.

Now I use the carpet sprayer (X16) I think its called. I got it from ashbys, roughly £50 that's including delivery. Because it sprays and not pours, my hypo is lasting much longer.

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padman
I started using hypo with a watering can fitted with a rose, but found it poured far to much at once so used to much hypo.

Now I use the carpet sprayer (X16) I think its called. I got it from ashbys, roughly £50 that's including delivery. Because it sprays and not pours, my hypo is lasting much longer.

 

How are the seals lasting on the sprayer

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steve garwood
How are the seals lasting on the sprayer

Yeh fine, viton seals so no probs. I make sure I spray clean water through it afterwards, I never leave hypo in it and I leave the lid off when not in use so nothing can 'cease' up

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