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ECHO

Model MS-300

Internet #204631876

Store SKU #1000025871

3 Gal. Sprayer

$39.97 /each

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The ECHO 3 Gal. Sprayer is a professional-grade, handheld applicator. It is easy to fill and easy to clean. The sprayer features durable polymer construction with Viton seals and O-rings to provide resistance to chemicals and UV rays.

  • 3 gal. capacity
  • Viton seals and O-rings provide chemical resistance
  • High-strength polymer material for UV resistance
  • Professional grade fiberglass wand and industrial grade flow control with comfort grip
  • Industrial grade reinforced hose with anti-kink coils

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can this sprayer handle bleach?

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February 5, 2014
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I haven't tried using bleach in this product. I would say that bleach would damage the rubber seals, and over time render it useless. The instruction sheet does not mention Bleach, but I know I would not use bleach in it. Water based or oil based products are all that it is intended for.
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February 4, 2014
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I would not use straight bleach. I would also rinse it out completely between uses! There are a lot of chemicals that do not play nicely with bleach.
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February 4, 2014
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Yes. The container and hose are very heavy duty and could handle the bleach. I wouldn't recommend storing it with bleach in it but to use it would be fine.
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February 3, 2014
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Yes it will spray bleach. Just be sure to clean any other chemical or fluids used prior to avoid any chemical interaction with the bleach.
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February 3, 2014
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This should be fine with most chemicals since all the parts are plastic in nature. You have to be careful with bleach and over spray of course since you or undesired items might get the bleach on them. Goggles and face mask if using chemicals is advised.
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February 3, 2014
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Yes, I used mine with bleach and didn't have any problems.
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South Hill, WA, USA
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February 2, 2014
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Yes, bleach should have no effect on the sprayer itself. In fact, you could spray anything but, corrosives type liquids that effect the tank, hose/tubing, wand and pump.
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February 1, 2014
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Have not tried any yet. Since you can put chemicals in it, I have seen people wash their homes with them. to remove mildew. Would not be afraid to use it in mine.
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February 1, 2014
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yes. but, i would be very careful as with all chemicals to wear protective gear while spraying anything like bleach.
if using to clean with bleach, it would be important to check to make certain there would not be a chemical reaction with bleach and anything else that was mixed within the sprayer.
bleach reacts with many other cleaning chemicals and fumes can arise.
this would take research before
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yes. but, i would be very careful as with all chemicals to wear protective gear while spraying anything like bleach.
if using to clean with bleach, it would be important to check to make certain there would not be a chemical reaction with bleach and anything else that was mixed within the sprayer.
bleach reacts with many other cleaning chemicals and fumes can arise.
this would take research before using. safety would be the utmost concern here.
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February 1, 2014
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I don't think diluted bleach would be any problem at all. The hose is reinforced so I don't believe you would have any problems with that.
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January 31, 2014
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I'd be careful about spraying bleach, and would be more inclined spraying bleach out of a cheapo throwaway sprayer instead.
If I were spraying bleach out of this sprayer, afterwards I would thoroughly clean out the sprayer and re-grease all the o-rings with some Vaseline.
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January 31, 2014
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It's all plastic parts and should be no problem
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January 24, 2014
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Hello twixy,
The sprayer features Viton seals which are resistant to the corrosive effects of bleach. When using bleach in this or any sprayer it's a best practice to never leave bleach stored in the sprayer for extended periods of time. Always flush bleach from the sprayer with cold water by filling the tank and expelling it from the hose. This will help preserve the internal plastics of the sprayer Read More
Hello twixy,
The sprayer features Viton seals which are resistant to the corrosive effects of bleach. When using bleach in this or any sprayer it's a best practice to never leave bleach stored in the sprayer for extended periods of time. Always flush bleach from the sprayer with cold water by filling the tank and expelling it from the hose. This will help preserve the internal plastics of the sprayer over time. I hope this helps.
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Can you use solvent?

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March 21, 2014
like acid stain solvent sealer
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May 10, 2015
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this is a home and garden sprayer for water based products herbicides and pesticides always clean and flush after each use and it will last if a product causes damage it can be fixed parts are available to rebuild an repair this sprayer
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July 22, 2014
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Manual states, Do Not spray flammable, caustic (acid & bleach), corrosive, heated or self-heating solutions with this sprayer.
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It depends on the solvent. The seals are Viton and compatible with a number of solvents. You can easily find a compatibility listing of the solvent you are using with Viton on the internet.
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May 25, 2014
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This is how the description reads •Viton seals and O-rings provide chemical resistance. Viton holds up a lot better than rubber.
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May 22, 2014
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Since most sprayers made for the home use market, are made of some form of petroleum based plastic and rubber seals, they won't stand up well to petroleum based chemicals. It's always a good idea to test the solvent/chemical on a small area of the tank that will come in contact with the chemical.
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April 21, 2014
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NO! The nozzles are made of plastic. Any solvent, acid or sealant will destroy the orifices in the nozzle.
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April 16, 2014
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It's a plastic container, that sprays herbicides and the like which are corrosive. I think you would be ok
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March 23, 2014
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The sprayer is plastic. I guess it would depend on what kind of solvent. Some solvents melt plastic.
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Yes! Any liquid solvent can be used in this sprayer.
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I used it once with no problems. Now, I pump it up but only get air to come out of the wand. No liquid. Any ideas?

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Sounds like the siphon pick-up tube has come loose inside the tank. Look inside the tank to check-out that plastic tube. If you can't tell then put some water in the tank pump it up and turn the tank upside down. If you get water spray then the siphon tube is not attached. And this would be tough to repair unless you were to take it to an engineer friend who could create tooling to do it! May need a new Read More
Sounds like the siphon pick-up tube has come loose inside the tank. Look inside the tank to check-out that plastic tube. If you can't tell then put some water in the tank pump it up and turn the tank upside down. If you get water spray then the siphon tube is not attached. And this would be tough to repair unless you were to take it to an engineer friend who could create tooling to do it! May need a new sprayer. Read Less
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Is the intake tube connected in the bottle? (pink tube)
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Check that the pickup tube is attached to the wand hose where it connects to the bottle.
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Check and make sure the pick up tube inside the tank is connected
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check your filler tube end and make sure it open and clear.
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Check to make sure the little tube inside the tank is attached. If it is just remove the hose where it attaches to the tank and reattach the small pickup tube to the hose.
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What is the length measurment of the wand. I am a tall person and have owned too many tanks with short wands-it can be really hard on the back.

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July 22, 2014
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The wand is 28 inches long, the hose is 36" long and the sprayer stands 24" tall.
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June 13, 2014
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I am 6 foot tall and was able to spray along the bottom of my fence for 400 feet with no back problems. I have a bad back and this sprayer works fine for me.
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Williamsburg, VA
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Didn't measure the wand, but it seems fairly long (about 20-24"). I'm 6'2" and had no issue.
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The wand is 28" in lenght.
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28" Trigger wand with three nozzles
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I'm 6'4 and hate stooping as it seems everthing is made for avg. people. The wand is longer than most and I have owned a lot of tanks and know what you are speaking of. It's a longer than average wand, I would say at least 2 1/2 ft.
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Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I concur...Buy something better! I like Echo...I have a chainsaw, a weedwacker, both great products. This...Not so much. I purchased this tonight to spray some pretty nasty pesticide to get rid of two carpenter ant colonies. I'm glad I had on three pairs of nitrile gloves because the mixed product was leaking from where the hose attaches to the wand. Everything seemed to be in order in terms of gaskets and O-rings, but it leaked horribly! I've owned two other lesser quality sprayers that DID NOT leak! I am returning this tomorrow to get another one. I'll update my review if the new one doesn't leak. On a side note: Once the pesticide was inside the container and pressurized it was too late to do anything about the leaks. If you're going to be spraying hazardous substances, I would suggest doing a leak check with just plain water first...Maybe that goes without saying? But I'll make sure from now on whenever I buy one I'll leak check it first! September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Buy something better I was once again fooled by thinking the product made by a good name and sold at Home Depot would be the same in quality. When will I ever learn? All the fits on the sprayer were so poorly made that the product I was applying was leaking out all over. The more pressure, the worse the leaks. I disassembled it and checked all the gaskets and orings, and they appeared to be in place. When I released the application trigger, product continued to dribble out. It was just manufactured poorly. I will buy something for twice the price if I have to as long as it's a quality product. August 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I bought and returned every cheaper model before spending the extra $$ on this one.... Needing a pump sprayer, I purchaced the Home Depot branded one after one use the pump handle lock broke. I returned it for another brand. Same issue, as they all seem to be manufactured by the same company and use the same cheap plastic locking clip. After looking at every one my store carried I bought the echo. It is constructed much better than the cheaper models. Although this isn't perfect it's a great sprayer and so far I'm on my second year with the echo and I haven't broke it yet. So, needless to say as of now, I'm happy. August 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Hello echo Product functioned as package states but nothing fancy a little pricey but worked good should be at av18.99 price point just a jug with a plastic pump August 4, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Mixed quality at best I got this to do some spraying around the yard as it seemed to have a decent sized tank and would work for my purpose. I don't want a tiny 1 gallon, nor do I want a large heavy tank. I got it home and it wouldn't even go together despite a fair amount of trying. The problem was the feed tube to the wand. It would not fit into the fitting it was meant to be fit into. The instructions say to lubricate it, which I did, and it wouldn't fit. Honestly it seemed to be a poor fit as it was too snug to even work. So I cleaned it off, took it back and when I took it to the returns counter the guy looked at it and asked what was wrong with it. I said nothing, except it sucked for me. He started to laugh so I asked what was so funny and he said "This is not the first one to come back....". Go ahead and try it, but do keep your receipt! I wasn't impressed. From the other reviews I would expect that some have better luck than others, and that doesn't mean nobody else will have great success with it. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Solid pump sprayer This is a pretty good pump sprayer. It is my second one in the last couple of years. I have yet to find a pump sprayer that lasts more than a couple of years no matter how well taken care of they are. So I won't dock this one too much for it not lasting more than a couple of seasons. Anyway - pumps up fine, holds pressure great and sprays for a long time without having to pump again. Only thing that's kind of sort of a con is that the "lock" when you turn the handle after you're done pumping doesn't catch super well. After you pump up pressure and are ready to carry the jug and go spraying, sometimes just the slightest twist or wrong movement will unlock the pump handle and the jug will fall on the ground and you'll have to stop, push the handle pump back down, and then twist to lock again. You should probably expect to this to happen at least a few times during each 3 gallon mix you spray. But I usually find that my shoulder and arm need a rest anyway when that happens. Happy spraying! Don't drink the tank mix or rinsate! June 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 3 gallon sprayer Easy to assemble and works like it's suppose to . It does the job easy enough . July 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A much better sprayer........ Had to replace my 10 year old sprayer. This item certainly did fill the bill. Much easier to use. Much easier to repair (if required). All sub-assembles are easy on,,, easy off. It's a sprayer,,, so not much else could be said about it. The only rub would be that is does NOT include a shoulder strap. June 28, 2016
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