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Spray gun for water and air

I'm looking for a spray gun with two inputs. One for air and the other from water. The air will be supplied from my compressor and the water from an existing water supply line.

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    Paul Evans May 11, 2010

    What will this be used for. I have a JET nozzle that I use to clean auto wheels and engine compartment.

    The only other idea is to convert a regular spray gun that has a tank, and modify the fitting to accept a water line fitting.

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    The spray gun sprays more water out of the spray head connection and the pistol grip handle than it spreads on the garden

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You can buy them here for about $22 US.:

http://www.detailyourcar.com/airwater-guns-and-hose-c-51.html

They're used for detailing cars, if you don't like these, Google "air water guns"

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