The Hydro-Force gives you the most consistent spray pattern and volume
Ron, I respectably disagree.I did a 4 story building today, 4 hallways, 2 stairways. $650 in 3 hours. Could never do it in that time with any electric, battery, pump up or compressed air sprayer.
Not unless you're putting equal amount of precondition down. Most people make claims how much less they use with pump up and electric sprayers.So,
On the jobs that I use my penguin sprayer, it’s not cuttin the cheese?
With a helper.Ron, I respectably disagree.
When I do a big job, I have my helper run ahead of me with the penguin.
She then runs the CRB, and all I do is wand......
By myself, it’s Hydrofoce all the way...
With help, battery is the way to go for me....
Less cords, less BS....
I agree with Mikey. The Hydro-Force gives you the most consistent spray pattern and volume. Fastest sprayer around. Just don't forget to run vinegar through them once in a while to clear out excess residue.
just say what you really mean Pemberton, only cheapskates and morons don't use a hydraforce because if they can manage to do the math, they might be able to convince themselves they can they can get an extra six jobs out of a 45 pound bucket O suds by using a pump upThe in line sprayer invented by the Hanks brothers called the “Hydroforce” became a brand name, created a chemical and small manufacturing business, and changed the industry in ways we wouldn’t recognize had they not.
Before it existed, most cleaners introduced their strongest chemistry directly through the truck mount, and brought out a pump sprayer with “traffic lane cleaner”, seldom, if at all.
Use it or not, it was as big a change agent in our industry as the introduction of the truck mount.
Helped out a friend on a 4500 sqft job once and all he had was a multisprayer. About 1.5 gallons. He had to refill about 6 times. He didn't like the Hydro-Force. Probably cost him an extra hour on the job.weren't you the moron that gave up onHFd and used a freaking multi sprayer with its 50 psi pump to put down pre spray.. holy shmoly..
That's consistent all right, consistantly under pre sprayed..
It’s more fun to let myself be interpreted.just say what you really mean Pemberton, only cheapskates and morons don't use a hydraforce because if they can manage to do the math, they might be able to convince themselves they can they can get an extra six jobs out of a 45 pound bucket O suds by using a pump up
Was thinking the same thing today! Inline sprayer only way to keep up with schedule.If you ain't using a "Hydroforce" to apply your prespray, your doing a sub par job.
I don't care how happy you're customers are..