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To stop your water flow and what would be best for me to buy?


I have heard and read about aquadapters and triggers but am not sure which is best. I currently use the flow control tap that comes with gardiners poles but find this isn't close enough to the pole as I would like.




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Do you not hold the control valve in your hand?


If you watch me gardiners video on YouTube..


I prefer the flow valve to my aquadapter to be honest I haven't got on well with the aquadapter.. The good thing with the control valve is you can adjust the pressure too as well as just on and off

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The new do aquadapter us nice to work with. It becomes a natural action very quickly. My tip is to hold the hose under you foot to operate it. Frees up both hands to steady and control your brush head.


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