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Measure the exact amount of material required for the job. Adjust the spray precisely - from coarse, drenching coverage to very fine mist to a long range pinpointed stream. Start and stop the spray quickly and at will. Prevent over-spraying by using the long-reaching hose and spray wand. Spray up or down as well as underneath leaves (where most insects and plant diseases can be found). Buy concentrated lawn and garden treatment materials, which in many cases is more cost-effective than the pre-mixed versions.

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We use the both the 425 and 475 solo sprayers most days at work and when they start to lose pressure ( after 6 months of daily professional use) we purchase a complete seal kit and put it through them. The only part I can't work out how to remove is the inside cylinder, other than that everything else is easily removed and replaced.

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