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Ryobi 2 Gallon Sprayer Tip Replacement

PATRICK YANELLO

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Hey all,

Do you know how I can replace the adjustable brass nozzle/tip of this sprayer to a jet/fanned tip, for wider prespraying? Works fine as is for protecting furniture, and light prespraying. Yet, on a recent restoration carpet job, I learned that it just can lay it down well enough. So, I used my Nautilus with a fan tipped jet to lay down a heavier and wider and quicker prespray batch. About a 900 sf job.

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https://www.ryobitools.com/outdoor/products/details/18v-one-plus-2-gal-chemical-sprayer
 

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I've been using that ryobi sprayer for 6 months now, the issue is the very undersized pump (borrowed from the 1 gallon sprayer). To do a decently large amount of prespray for restoration, you'll need a sprayer with 50+ operating psi 0.2-0.5gpm pump (preferably battery operated). Source: the common multisprayer model M that I've actually used in person sprays at 0.4gpm at 70psi, from one of my local friend's TM. Pumps also wears out overtime, so slightly higher gpm is a good thing. I'm still keeping that ryobi for weed spraying though.
 

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All that Home Depot Ryobi stuff is Chinese garbage. Just use an inline sprayer. I have a 2 gallon pump sprayer it will last forever.
 
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inline sprayer has its disadvantages too, mainly it takes a while to get the detergent water hot enough to insta-melt the stains. That's why in the past ten years, many professionals just use the 110v multi-sprayer and inline for many large areas. You should try worx hydroshot, pretty good when it's working (keep your receipts for warranty).
 

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inline sprayer has its disadvantages too, mainly it takes a while to get the detergent water hot enough to insta-melt the stains. That's why in the past ten years, many professionals just use the 110v multi-sprayer and inline for many large areas. You should try worx hydroshot, pretty good when it's working (keep your receipts for warranty).
I like the multi sprayer for sealer. Inline sprayer for carpet just go back a second time then spot spray put it away clean. I add a little ultimate fiber rinse to start new chemistry. Shake it up really good works fantastic.