June 27, 2008, Newsletter Issue #122: Pump Up Your Power Washer

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When it comes to sprayers when you are using your power washer, you have your Pump-ups and your airless. Which one you choose will depend on the job you are doing and your personal preferences. Pump up sprayers are fairly inexpensive and lightweight. Tanks range in capacity from 8oz. up to 4 gallons. You can use the 1-3 gallon sprayers for applying thin viscosity cleaners, strippers, neutralizers, sealers and semi-transparent stains. You can also get these popular size units in backpack models with either a pumping mechanism or a battery powered pump.

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