Spray Bottle - Variable-Dilution Sprayer

Discussion in 'Tools - Machine Polishers, Pressure Washers, Detai' started by agpatel, Apr 13, 2013.

  1. agpatel

    agpatel OD On Detailing

  2. mrgolfrider

    mrgolfrider DB Forum Supporter

    Holy crap! That is one of those things "why didn't I think of that!"
  3. SoCal Garage

    SoCal Garage DB Forum Supporter

    Folks this has been around since the 1992. It was invented by Rudy R. Proctor of Anaheim, CA, patent no. 5152461

    You can find in the States here and elsewhere: Dual Chamber Sprayer

    I own one and it actually works quite well. Mine has the control dial, the link above does not.

    Here's a link for both models in the U.S.: Dual-Liquid Sprayer
  4. agpatel

    agpatel OD On Detailing

    Thanks for the links, I may pick one up...had not had a chance to do a search for them but was going to tonight. Think it is worth the price? How far do the dilutions go to the high and low end?
  5. SoCal Garage

    SoCal Garage DB Forum Supporter

    I've had mine for well over a decade so I don't even recall what I paid for it. The control dial model has a numerical value of 0 - 5; 0 is water (or what you have in the bottle) only, 5 is full strength of what product you are using and the 1 - 4 being a ratio of the two.
  6. 378 pete

    378 pete Virgin Detailer

    That look a little hard to handle if you have small hands.

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