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This afternoon s softwash job


Pjj

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Did a friends parents house this afternoon, some permanent staining but over all looks quite good the new of nano trolly is an awesome thing. Took less than half the time spraying with it than the warrior  warlord trolly , doing a bigger 3 storey house tomorrow. 

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have converted my 50  ltre beast pf trolley to do the same  nice job what flow did you use setting wise for application and what tip on pole or did you use brush with fan jets 

How do you deal with alarm boxes etc 

Sorry for all questions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I have just got a pf nano trolly it’s not chemically rated pump so will see how long it lasts , had the flow setting on 50 for walls found that more than enough to very quickly spray the walls , I use a Gardiner clx 27 pole with a  softwashing nozzle that applies water droplets not a mist spray this helps reduce drift although doesn’t totally eliminate it 

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11 minutes ago, Pjj said:

I have just got a pf nano trolly it’s not chemically rated pump so will see how long it lasts , had the flow setting on 50 for walls found that more than enough to very quickly spray the walls , I use a Gardiner clx 27 pole with a  softwashing nozzle that applies water droplets not a mist spray this helps reduce drift although doesn’t totally eliminate it 

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The black fitting is Gardiner’s , and the other one is the newer version of what I have , we use a 6.5 nozzle I think it is it gives a nice course spray rather than mist 

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Yes. But I think yours has a better angle

Thanks Iam going to turn the flow rate down to 40.    I going to use the Gardiner one for wide areas on roof. And applying. Biocide   

 

Also Iam going to rinse with a 4 jet big brush from Gardiner at 100 psi  on the box 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The white one should be very similar angle  to mine , the Gardiner’s one needs to be connected to an angel adapter then you can have it at any angle you want 

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13 minutes ago, Pjj said:

The white one should be very similar angle  to mine , the Gardiner’s one needs to be connected to an angel adapter then you can have it at any angle you want 

Thanks pjj. I did try it but the pipe wasn't long enough. I am going to have to ad something like this and a bit if pipe sorry for coming on your thread And changing  subject 

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7 hours ago, deepclean said:

Thanks pjj. I did try it but the pipe wasn't long enough. I am going to have to ad something like this and a bit if pipe sorry for coming on your thread And changing  subject 

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That’s fine no problem ?

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On 29/04/2021 at 15:00, Pjj said:

 the new of nano trolly is an awesome thing

I looked these up and given the price taq of £937 can you explain the advantages over say the standard gardiner backpack. Does having a higher psi pump allow for much faster working ? Seems like alot extra money so just curious

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5 minutes ago, DeLaCruz said:

I looked these up and given the price taq of £937 can you explain the advantages over say the standard gardiner backpack. Does having a higher psi pump allow for much faster working ? Seems like alot extra money so just curious

I think @Pjj has the Pure Freedom Nano trolley at £545 here: https://purefreedom.co.uk/pure-freedom-25-litre-nano-trolley-system-with-charger.html plus vat!

Which one are you looking at?

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6 hours ago, DeLaCruz said:

I looked these up and given the price taq of £937 can you explain the advantages over say the standard gardiner backpack. Does having a higher psi pump allow for much faster working ? Seems like alot extra money so just curious

I don’t know what you were looking at but it wasn’t a nano trolly ??? I paid £650 for mine and have another in order you are welcome to come and see it in action if you want , it’s very good much better flow than a back pack and you can just line up the barrels and go from one to the next when  softwashing  it’s a lot dearer than a back pack but for us it’s more convenient nothing wrong with a Gardiners back pack though had them for years .

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