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Post by milspec6 on Sat Jan 30, 2016 11:04 pm

I have always been a fan of solo pump sprayers for upholstery, but I ran into one today that is even better. The "Grab and Go" pump sprayer by the Fountainhead Group which can be found at Ag stores like Bomgaars.

I bought a couple to use on some upholstery cleanings and I was impressed. The spray fan was one of the best that I ever used and the pumping mechanism actually worked without leaking for a change. It even has a dial to release the pressure which was a nice touch. Best part was that they were cheap!

I sprayed a dry cleaning solvent in one and a deodorizer in the other and neither sprayer complained. No leaking, good fan spray, no loss of pump pressure, no bottle collapsing....nothing. I don't know if they will hold up to use like the Solo, but I think that if you rinse it out at the end of the day, it should last awhile.

http://www.thefountainheadgroup.com/sprayers/home/deck-and-specialty/grab-and-go-sprayer-mister.php
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Post by dp1 on Sun Jan 31, 2016 4:03 pm

This might be a very stupid question, but how do you buy it ? Razz
I clicked "buy now" and it brought me to their store site and I can't find the damn thing, lol.
I typed in the name of the product and it kept popping the 1 gallon sprayer instead if the hand held one.
I just bought the Solo sprayer at the Expo and so far everyone love it, that was $ 7.65, the one you suggested looks smaller than solo spritzer ?
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Post by milspec6 on Sun Jan 31, 2016 5:14 pm

I noticed that too....weird website. I found them local at a farmers / Ag store and they were about $5 for a 40 ounce sprayer. They are really thick plastic and I think this is the same company that makes plant herbicides so it should handle chemicals well.

Those Solo sprayers are nice as well, I just don't have a local source within an hour's drive.
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Post by dp1 on Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:19 pm

Yeah, the ones I buy from Jon don sucks, and they cost $ 8 for the cheaper one and $ 16 for the Viton seal, the Viton seal lasts a lot longer than the $ 8 one, but it sprays okay, the solo spritzer sprays really good, I'll update on how long that one last, it should be easy to remember, I started using it right after the expo.
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Post by ACpower1 on Mon Feb 01, 2016 3:39 pm

Ive had a few grab and gos Rob,   and unfortunately they broke pretty fast.      Didnt seem to be able to handle the solvents

they do spray nicely when new.
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Post by milspec6 on Mon Feb 01, 2016 4:16 pm

Well, that just sucks to hear....they have such a nice fan when new. Sad
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