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FiestaZS90150

Alternative To Pressure Washer For Snow Foaming?

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I cannot use a hose since there is no tap in the drive XD. So i was looking for another option:

http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acatalog/mesto-8-l-foamer-pressure-sprayer-cat2.html

found this, there is a smaller version but can't find any reviews on it.. =(

Any other options to snowfoaming without a hose? lol

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no one ? =(

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go to B&Q and but one of them weed sprayers... its the same thing as the above link and its possibly cheaper

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BQ is a bit far for me as i now live in france lol. XD. yeah i saw they were the same but was wondering if it actually could work the same.

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£110 for a hand pump :o

just seen this some

http://www.carcarepassion.com/en/hand-pump-foam-sprayer

http://www.cleaningspot.co.uk/acatalog/copy_of_Sprayers.html

http://www.flowtechniques.co.uk/product/?pid=1139

But I would agree with Mr Singh, go to a locaL garden centre and get a weed sprayer, or if you insist on spending money go for a fencing panel sprayer.

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they have a smaller version like the one in your link its 25 quid

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do you guys think that it will actually foam a little bit? lol.

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we have them at work and depending on the mixture ratio they do foam to an extent... and i didn't read that you were not a UK resident.

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Mr singh no problem I am a ex resident lol So at least I knew what bq was lol. I really appreciate the feed back from you guys, I don't want to power wash it. That is out of question with this car lol. Did on the old car and it took of a part of the clear coat. :(

I was skeptical about the fact that it would actually produce foam but apparently it will :)

Thanks

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