SkyDog, thank you for your interest in the Powercare 12 oz. Pressure Washer Pump Protector. Please refer to your owner's manual in order to find directions for adding this Pump Protector to your Pressure Washer. Thank you for asking. - Vini
Hello Dp! The Powercare 12 oz. Pressure Washer Pump Protector AP31093 has -25°F freeze protection. Thanks for asking! - Eve
So, you've replaced the convenient, easy-to-use aerosol can with hose that was snap to use with... this. It's clumsy and if you screw it on just tight enough to keep it from leaking you'll need channel-locks to get it off again. Thanks...
Great question James! Yes, the POWERCARE 12 oz. Pressure Washer Pump Protector AP31093 can still be used to prevents buildup of corrosive materials and ice and to help prolong pressure washer life cycle. Thanks for asking! - Eve
I would use something to grip the connector and unscrew it. Failing that, you should be able to cut the plastic and remove the connector.
Hi Pbrods Thanks for your inquiry. Once you attach the bottle to the inlet tube. Someone will need to squeeze and someone else will need to pull the start rope at the same time. There's a video on the Home Depot website, just type in "POWERCARE pump protector" to find it. Thanks for reaching out to us. Best Regards Thank you for contacting POWERCARETTI
Sometimes you have to squeeze the bottle to force the protectant into the machine.
No it does not have an expiration date on this bottle.
Yes. The instructions tell you to remove the foil seal before you squeeze the bottle. The instructions, however, DO NOT tell you what to do if you can't squeeze the bottle (presumably because the pressure washer pump intake valve is positioned in such a way that you can't force fluid into it.) This is very frustrating. The workaround is to affix the bottle to the intake port, and run the pump, manually. It's not a good solution, but it is the only one that I've found.