|Name||4 pt. Hand Sprayer||16 oz. Continuous Action Liquid Misting Hand Sprayer||48 oz. Farm and Field Hand Sprayer|
|Cleaning Tool Type||Nozzle Sprayer||Nozzle Sprayer||Nozzle Sprayer|
|Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
|View Product||View Product||View Product|
If your sprayer still has fluid in it just turn it upside down the liquid will be far from the pickup in the tank and pull the trigger DO NOT LOSSES THE TOP FIRST
Return if you can ... I used mine once (last year) tried it today but it won't work. I did clean when done last year, I always clean things when done with project. Looks brand new ... O rings are good, maybe a lemon like the rest that used only once. Need to change the ad to a "one time use" item. It maybe "cheap" but when on a fixed income it matters.
yes, but clean thoroughly when finished.
This is not what I am using it for but I would say it could be used since rubbing alcohol comes in a plastic container. I don't see that it would have any corrosive effect on it.
Depress the green lever on the top of the handle. It also has a locking feature at the front edge of the flat lever to lock it in the open position.
I don't believe this type of sprayer can reach that vertical height besides you will need to tip the sprayer horizontally so less than 1/2 of the solution will be useful. Suggest you consider a wand type sprayer which will require frequent pumping to maintain adequate pressure. You must consider some of the spray stream will be effected by the wind.
It will—but you'll need to adjust the spray head to produce a solid stream instead of a fine spray. The wide spray setting doesn't reach very far.
Yes, these are easy to take apart. Just unscrew the pump to relieve the pressure before taking the nozzle off.
I seriously recommend that you do not use it to spray anything that would be hazardous to come in contact with. First use it leaked up the central pump seal and dripped product (Roundup) on my hand.