We Used This Jet Nozzle On A Hose To Replace A Pressure Washer And Felt The Power

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The jet nozzle came with a few accessories and simple instructions. Installing a hose-end sprayer should be an easy process, but when you’re trying something new, you never know if there will be unforeseen complications. In my many years of gardening, I have used a lot of hose-end sprayers, and the main issue I anticipated was leaking at the connection. This product included plumber’s tape to ensure a tight seal. Other accessories in the package were two connectors to use with different types of hoses as well as two different spraying heads. The linear head provides a straight stream while the flat head creates a flat fan shape for rinsing cars or large, flat areas. Either can be used for a high-pressure spray. I loved that the extra head could be stored on the wand because I would definitely lose it.

I made sure the rubber gasket was installed on the end of the sprayer, and then I wrapped my hose end with the plumber’s tape to get the best seal. I twisted the sprayer on and turned my faucet on high. At this point, I fully expected the connection between my hose and the sprayer to leak since there was so much water pressure, but there wasn’t a single drip. I opened the lever to check the pressure and WOW! I didn’t measure, but I would guess the full stream was 20 to 30 feet long.

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