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Exact same as Chemical Guys TORQ foam blaster & Gilmour plastic foam guns
Reviewed in the United States on December 20, 2016
Don't be fooled by the name-- In reality, this foam gun is just a rebadged Gilmour Foamaster II. And that "TORQ Foam Blaster" that Chemical Guys sells? Yup, exact same design and quality as this one. Only this one is much cheaper, and less attractive only if you care about things with logos/branding on them. Personally, I don't.
Anyway this gun is spec'd the same as the guns I mentioned. "0" puts out the most foam, while "5" puts out the least. The spray nozzle detaches with brass quick connects and a thread is supplied at the base of it in order to accept a regular hose or for the addition of another male quick connect. The nozzle (foaming wand) at the end of the gun can be adjusted for vertical or horizontal spraying. The container holds just short of a quart of solution, and a snorkel/straw draws it up into the body and out to be foamed.
An interesting thing to note about this gun is that you can "hack" the foaming system by simply dialing a blank setting in between a numbered setting, say a blank portion between "0" and "1". This causes no solution to be carried up, and instead water only to come out the wand.
I've used this product numerous times--like putting in wash shampoo/water solution in for washing my cars with CLEAN, foamy wash water and only one rinse bucket. I've also used it to foam my vinyl siding down with a dish soap/water solution so I could get all that decade-old gross green stuff off with a siding brush--man, did that turn out nice. Squeaky clean siding.