Watch that magic word...."Up To" ..Maybe with a Hurricane Force wind behind it?It appears to have plenty of power for spraying anything down that any carpet cleaner would spray and it has chemical resistant seals. I'd probably want to actually call them up and ask them some specific questions about the products I'd be pumping through it before I pulled the trigger on it. It says it can draw up to 55 yards. I'd have to see that. It's not especially expensive compared to other sprayers so if it can actually spray TLC's, protectors, etc., and hold up under daily use it would be worth it for what they're asking. I don't plan on washing my roof or sidewalk with it though. Pressure washer seems far better for some of the applications they're showing on their site.
I tell you what. You buy one and in a few years let me know how well it works for ya. Just don't wait too long I might retire on ya.
That is my main interest. Love to find a more efficient way of distributing prespray. Soon I will know firsthand
It be nice I it could be switched out for spraying any product on the fly.I have been looking at it for awhile, looks like a good product, could also use around the house. Saw on Facebook that sun Brite supply had the 2 battery kit for 25.00 less. I like that u can get all the rebuild parts. Would still need a contain to hold your previous spray.
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