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Hi all putting together a softwashing setup, could do with some feedback. I already have a 350L diy tank from Xline for windows. I don't think I can interchange anything on that for softwashing.


Anyway, here is what I'm thinking:


25L Xline trolley, 1 drum will have the chems, 1 drum will have tap water for rinsing. 


2 of my gardener slx poles that I own already, with the Benz nozzles. Used for applying and rinsing off.


i think that's it? Am I good to go?

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I would personally use a Water Genie backpack / trolley. 25l loads cheaper than Xline and at least you get customer service from anyone but xline. 


Outside of that all you need is your PA1 and PA6  certificates. 

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Thanks for the reply, I've had a look at the water genie trolley and it's cheaper so yes I'll go for that one. Is the PA1 and PA6 certificates only needed if you intend on applying biocide? Is hypo/Blackwash in the same category?

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