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No. Just turn it up side down and spray until all the pressure bleeds out.
Chris O
· May 13, 2017
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On the box, it says "Made in the USA with global materials"
V. Luong
· June 27, 2014
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You can tighten or loosen the nozzle where it sprays out of. You can get it pretty fine but maybe not a really fine mist.
Dustin
· October 17, 2014
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This is NOT the right model for spraying sealers and/or stains. The correct models are 25010, 25012, 25020, and 30600. See the Chapin website.
Mons Veneris
· July 13, 2018
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I sprayed my driveway( 3 car lengths) and the sidewalks before I had to pump it again.
linn
· June 26, 2014
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With a full container and plumped up to max, I got about 9 - 10 FT straight stream spray.
Bullet
· September 14, 2014
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About 1.7 ounces per minute.
Rock
· July 2, 2014
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Hi, you adjust the tip to your desired spraying range. You can turn it clockwise to spray in a string form, or counterclock to spray wide
KOMLAN FELIX MIAWOTOE
· February 14, 2014
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It will vary based on the product you are using so read the directions carefully for every product you spray. But in general, 1 gallon for 1,000 sq. ft. That said, I just used it on a lawn bowling green which is about 14,000 sq. ft. The pesticide I used said 1 gallon to cover 1,000 sq. ft. That would have been 12 gallo… see more It will vary based on the product you are using so read the directions carefully for every product you spray. But in general, 1 gallon for 1,000 sq. ft. That said, I just used it on a lawn bowling green which is about 14,000 sq. ft. The pesticide I used said 1 gallon to cover 1,000 sq. ft. That would have been 12 gallons to cover the green, but when I had finished I used half that amount. This may have been because I walked too fast (I walked about the pace I do when I spread fertilizer). So, depending on how fast you walk, how comprehensive you want your coverage to be, and what the pesticide label suggest, I would say 1 gallon covers at least 1,000 sq. ft and at most 2,000 sq. ft. I also recommend using a dye/colorant so you can tell where you have sprayed and how think the coverage is. see less It will vary based on the product you are using so read the directions carefully for every product you spray. But in general, 1 gallon for 1,000 sq. ft. That said, I just used it on a lawn bowling green which is about 14,000 sq. ft. The pesticide I used said 1 gallon to cover 1,000 sq. ft. That would have been 12 gallons to cover the green, but when I had finished I used half that amount. This may have been because I walked too fast (I walked about the pace I do when I spread fertilizer). So, depending on how fast you walk, how comprehensive you want your coverage to be, and what the pesticide label suggest, I would say 1 gallon covers at least 1,000 sq. ft and at most 2,000 sq. ft. I also recommend using a dye/colorant so you can tell where you have sprayed and how think the coverage is.
Sean Mcmorris
· February 27, 2015
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I don't know if you can stand on your head but when pressurized it will spray upwards.
RHW Surplus Sales
Seller · July 10, 2016