|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||35 x 9 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||WNR1|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WNR1|
Bon-Aire WNR1 Wash-N-Rinse Spray Gun in Yellow
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- High/low flow control handle wit convenient 2 position "lock on" feature
- "Soft Touch" rubber control handle and aluminum spray wand grip
- Can be used in either "Water Only" or "Soap and Water" mode
- Built in internal liquid soap supply reservoir, holds 4oz of soap
- 34 inch power spray washer
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Question is, seems like after a couple of uses the soap does not dispense as readily as it does after refilling it and it seems like the level of soap does not go down, does anyone have any suggestions on how to remedy this problem, other than changing the soap each time?
the gun....I have tried tightening as tight as possible, but the nozzle
continues to explode off the gun. Basically it's a piece of junk and has to be thrown out unless Costco will take it back! I was going to email Bonaire but can't find a web site for them. Wonder why?
Mine doesn't leak. If yours does, and it's around the soap selector valve, check that the O ring to that valve is not dislodged at the top where there's a gap. Unscrew that collar, smooth out the O-ring and when you reassemble it stop about half way and look to see that the O ring did not go in at the top across the gap. If it didn't gently push it in there with a flat screwdriver then tighten fully. (If you disassembled it completely ensure you did not remove the tiny O ring for the soap orifice- and it's TINY)
It seems some folks are complaining it's no power washer. I got mine used at a thrift store so don't know what marketing claims were made about it, did they say it was comparable? The only nozzle I have seen which seemed to increase the pressure of the flow is the Ultimate nozzle, also made by Bonaire, but it's not a soap dispensing washer.
No this is no power washer, it concentrates the spray in a vertical fan pattern and allows you to meter soap into the flow. About all I need it to do.
Also, it isn't really as strong as the jet select on my hose nozzle but the strong spray made for faster coverage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I recieved this as a gift and it must be missing a washer somewhere becasue when you press the handle, you get water running down your arm, your feet get soaked. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by wileric
I have hunted for a replacement to the one we had. Found it on Amazon. We use this for our cars and to wash the windows in our home. It's great. Read morePublished on June 2, 2011 by wiszard
I use it to wash my car. It has no more pressure than a good hose nozzle, but it works for me. I rinse to heavy dirt and mud off the car then use the soap setting to put soap on. Read morePublished on March 28, 2011 by antadi
Little better than a standard hose end nozzle... not worth the money. Soap dispensing only virtue but still does not clean as advertised.
And hose connection broke later. Read more
It is nothing to write home about. Disappointed that the pressure is not better. Wouldn't buy it againPublished on September 11, 2009 by Douglas R. Orr