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Using Your Sprayer for Disinfecting

Posted by Jill Yanus on

Using Your Sprayer for Disinfecting

USING YOUR SPRAYER FOR DISINFECTING Cleaning regularly is essential to keep viruses at bay. Here are some tips when using a sprayer for disinfection and sanitation. DEEP CLEAN FIRSTClean all surfaces and areas first to remove dirt, dust, and debris. It may seem counterintuitive, but this first step ensures maximum effectiveness of the disinfectant once applied. If you’re not using a specific bleach or industrial sprayer, you can use disinfectant mixtures but be aware of the composition of the sprayer seals as certain materials will degrade over time. Some seals are indicated as more chemically resistant than others. CONSISTENT SPRAYA...

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20 Volt Backpack sprayer

Posted by Ben Edmund on

20 Volt Backpack sprayer

Great article from Matt Ship on Battery-powered backpack sprayers posted on Total Landscape Care. For the total article goto:  http://www.totallandscapecare.com/backpack-sprayer-reviews/In this article Matt reviews 3 backpack sprayers, Hudson Model 13854Solo Model 417Chapin Model 63985After a full assessment of each model based on specifications, weight, ease of use, and operating ease he concludes that the "Chapin Model 63985 is more similar in appearance, weight and functionality to traditional backpack sprayers but without the fatigue of pumping. The extra-wide, 6-inch opening in the tank is a bonus.There is a definite benefit in the reduced weight of the lithium ion battery found in Chapin over...

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