A: Ingredients are not listed. Yes it is harmful to probably anything but power washers. It has all kinds of warnings on the label.
A: Hi, Mark. Thank you for your interest in the Powercare 12 oz. Pressure Washer Pump Protector. Yes, this product can be used for any pressure washer pump. Thank you for asking. - Jewel
A: Works fine
A: Cheers!! I live in Puerto Rico and our average temperature in summer is 101 degrees and in winter 60 degrees. we have a very different climate, I store it in the closet of the marquee and I have never had problems using the product. I hope this information is helpful to you. Thanks!! José
A: To me the hotter temps are the critical ones. Check the label regarding max. temp., but it should be around 120° max.
A: Hi, LisaM. Thank you for your interest in the Powercare 12 oz. Pressure Washer Pump Protector. I'm sorry, this information is not available. Thank you for asking. - Jewel
A: No problem for me - I just followed the instructions to the 'T'. Make sure you remove the seal beneath the flap with the 'X' in it or you will indeed get nothing out of the bottle.
A: It does take some force. Usually 3 or 4 squeezes will have the lube show. Squeeze it into the hose attachment. Because I use the washer irregularly like once a year, it sits up alot. When the lube comes through I stop. Hope this is of assistance.
A: I used a squeeze or bar clamp for my Ryobi to flush out the pump, that worked out well. On;y if these was a way to drain the pump…
A: Hi, Torquer. Thank you for your interest in the Powercare 12 oz. Pressure Washer Pump Protector. I apologize for this inconvenience. I would recommend contacting RYOBI directly for assistance. Thank you for asking, I hope this helps! -- Jewel
A: Run the machine for a very short period until you see droplets coming out and then shut it down. The membrane (diaphragm) with the X in it has to be there or it doesn’t work. I also squeezed a little on the bottle as it was running. Instructions not useful at all. Good luck.
A: Our Ryobi pressure washer is an electric as well. Attach the bottle where the water hose would normally connect and squeeze very, very, very hard until you just start to see it going out the pressure hose outlet. Almost more than this 80 yr old was capable of. Besides squuzing like your life depended on it, you can also "pulse" the bottle between squuzes. That's what I did. Wasn't easy that's for sure.