Worx Sprayer x3

Discussion in 'The Hardware' started by Nomad74, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. Nomad74
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    Damn I was forced to use a screwdriver.

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    I have the trimmer and it works pretty good but last Fall my line feeder broke so I need to replace it.
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    SO far i'm impressed with the weeder and blower. I'm having a great time chopping up these non meaty plants.
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    My Dad just gave me a Worx sprayer any tips other than to rinse out with water each day?
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    I have a over half dozen or more drill/drivers and several saws (Milwaukee, Makita, and DeWalt) just because they were clearance and/or "special buy" priced.
    all were less than buying replacement/extra batteries alone .

    Like buying two batteries and getting free tool and charger :cool:

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    I changed out the fittings to brass QD's. rinse for about 30 sec after each job just to keep crusties from forming on the seals. I haven't had any problems. I've run gallons of SaigerCide, PLyme, and EOC X2 through it as well as solvent based protectant.

    The only thing I don't like about it is the trigger is either on or off. Thats where the IPS beats the Worx. The trigger on the IPS is gradient.
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