HDX 1 gal. Economy Sprayer

January 3, 2018 - Comment

1-gal. tank is easy to carry High-density polyethylene tank provides viewing of the fluid level Poly wand provides durability and clips onto the handle for convenient storage Nozzle easily adjusts from a fine mist to a solid stream to meet your spraying needs Flow control locks for ease of use Reinforced, braided hose with a

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(as of January 18, 2018 7:46 pm EST - Details)

1-gal. tank is easy to carry
High-density polyethylene tank provides viewing of the fluid level
Poly wand provides durability and clips onto the handle for convenient storage
Nozzle easily adjusts from a fine mist to a solid stream to meet your spraying needs
Flow control locks for ease of use
Reinforced, braided hose with a removable connection for easy assembly and cleaning
Funnel top offers simple pouring and filling
Comfortable pump handle for easy pumping and carrying
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Product Features

  • Featuring a translucent, polyethylene tank for monitoring the liquid level, the HDX 1-gal.
  • Economy Sprayer provides ease of use with a comfortable-grip pump handle
  • A funnel-top design and an adjustable spray nozzle make for ease of use.
  • The braided, reinforced hose is 32 in. long and detaches for easy cleaning.
  • http://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-1-gal-Economy-Sprayer-1501HDX/203809533#specifications

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Five Stars Works good

Thomas P. Davis says:

DEFECTIVE VENT DO NOT Buy his sprayer. It includes a vent valve in the body of the device. Good idea, you would think, that way you won’t get sprayed when you unscrew the top. UNFORTUNATELY, the vent cannot be closed completely so the sprayer won’t hold pressure=EVER. SO you spend time pumping every two seconds or continuously in order to spray the contents. PLUS, you can’t plug the vent since the sprayer is neoprene and NOTHING sticks to neoprene.

Amazon Customer says:

Do not waste your money Do not waste your money. This is poor design in a dangerous way. The sprayer hose goes into the side of the sprayer. It doesn’t screw in though. It just “fits snugly”. Well when you prime it up if you even go slightly past a reasonable amount of pressure the nozzle pos off. Mine sprayed me in the face! Fortunately it was just water!(No stars)

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