Worx Hydroshot

Ed Cruz

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There’s a pretty good deal on the Hydroshot sprayer on they’re site. $127.00 with an extra battery shipped. Thought I’d share. Don’t know anything about the tool but I do recall Excellent Supply sells it. Who’s using it? Any good?
 

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The short wand sprays at less pressure. I guess 60 psi. I never used that.

I use the longer wand and it sprays at more pressure. I'm not sure it's 350 but it sprays good. The tip has adjustments for the spray pattern.
 

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I'm at 3 years and the original OEM battery is all I ever need . Cant imagine working without it . It dont over wet the rug deep down to the backing .
I use the Hydroforce for large 3k sq ft rooms .
 
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I bought a Worx sprayer and I'll admit I'm a bit confused. It sprays out way too strong for my liking. I don't see anything in the accessory list of a "shorter wand" that sprays 60 PSI. The sucker comes out spraying like a pressure washer.
 
I bought a Worx sprayer and I'll admit I'm a bit confused. It sprays out way too strong for my liking. I don't see anything in the accessory list of a "shorter wand" that sprays 60 PSI. The sucker comes out spraying like a pressure washer.
The older model had speed/psi selector (low/high). I noticed the newer one I just picked up doesn't have it.
 

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I bought a couple of these today gonna try em out
 

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I bought a Worx sprayer and I'll admit I'm a bit confused. It sprays out way too strong for my liking. I don't see anything in the accessory list of a "shorter wand" that sprays 60 PSI. The sucker comes out spraying like a pressure washer.
Hydroforce works best at 400psi, the worx sprays at 320. You gotta put a different jet on it though, the stock one atomizes too much.
 

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I bought a worx like 4 months ago and love it, it's all i use now i bought mine with two 4.0AH batteries each battery will last me like 5 jobs. I use the shorter connector on it and bought a 40% pressure washer jet from ace hardware that plugs right into it this way you can adjust the angle to spray side to side. i have a few 2.5 gallon jugs and also a 5 gallon jug on wheels i use with it.

I run plain fresh water thru it after each job to flush out the chems. I believe this is important to do with any battery or corded sprayer to help it last longer.

I didn't use to do this and sprayers didn't last that long


 

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