Does someone make one that you can get parts for, or is it more cost effective for occasional use just to buy a cheap "throw away" one? See a bunch of the old brass (??) tanked ones in ebay, anyone know if you can get parts (nozzles, seals, etc) for them?
Re: backpack sprayer??? in reply to dave2, 08-09-2012 02:35:54
Husband has a 2 gallon sprayer from Fleet Farm that works well... cannot remember brand. I know he prefers ones with brass nozzles - better control than plastic.
At a garage sale, I bought a little handcart used for golf clubs... so he bungee straps the sprayer to that cart for me when I do any spraying (we have a large gravel area and it gets heavy after you carry it for an hour). Husband also lengthened the hose to about 3 ft. So roll it, park it, spray an area... then repeat. *He also threads in/glues a metal bleeder valve into the jug to release pressure when done spraying.
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