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Great spray bottle for cleaning / detailing your car

ace72ace

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One thing I like about Zaino products, the stuff is expensive enough w/o them wanting to soak you for 10 bux for clay bar lubricant... Their instructions say to just add little Z7 wash to a water solution with your own sprayer. Sooo, I needed a sprayer, and checked Walmart. They had 2 kinds, one for around $1.50 and one that was around $3. I just grabbed the cheapo one, seemed 'good enough' for what I needed it for. Worked fine.

Then I had some Adams All Purpose cleaner that also needed, diluting and put in a spray bottle, this time I figured I'd try the $3 bottle, but Walmart was wiped out. So I was just going to 'keep an eye out' and sure enough I was in of all places Tractor Supply Co. looking for a cotter pin for the new cart I got for my lawn tractor. Found this in the aisle for just $1.48. Super heavy duty nozzle that will jet stream or fine spray, sturdy base, and Oz & mL measurements. Not sure if TSC is all over the place, but if you are looking for a really nice spray bottle cheap, look no further.

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ArizonaGT said:
All jokes aside, Home Depot sells 3-packs of sprayer bottles in their cleaning products section, they work great and are dirt cheap.

Same experience. Use 1 with some Klasse SG diluted for touch and takeoff.
 

ace72ace

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I'll checkout the ones at HD and compare, thanks for the heads up.
 

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