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Professional Foam Lance Adjustable with 32 oz. Bottle
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- Includes a 1/4" Plug, M22, Tube and Bottle.
- Gives a max PSI of 1100-5000
- Lance is able to reach a max temperature of 153 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Max GPM consists of 1.8-5.3.
- Foam Cannon measures 1.25 mm
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Get your pressure washing demands completed with this Professional Foam Lance Adjustable with 32 oz. Bottle! Includes a 1/4" Plug, M22, Tube and Bottle. Gives a max PSI of 1100-5000. Lance is able to reach a max temperature of 153 degrees Fahrenheit. Max GPM consists of 1.8-5.3. Foam Cannon measures 1.25 mm
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About the power washer. I'm using a gas powered PW, 3,000 psi at 2.1 gallons a minute as they say the more pressure, the more foam. I looked at electric power washers in the beginning, but after all the reading I went with the gas unit for a few reasons. More pressure, no power cord, more gpm, and I can use it for other projects around the house that require more power. I bought the Simpsons PW from Costco with the Honda motor for $240 after a coupon sale.
You attach the filled bottle to the end of the lance, fire up the power washer, and pull the trigger. I had no issues with the adjustment knob on the top in regards of producing foam...no matter how I turned it, the thing shot out foam at an incredible rate. You can twist the spray nozzle to get the right 'fan spray' that you desire and that was about it...you just spray the foam (after you shoot the car with clean water first) and that's it. A full bottle will cover the entire car 3-4+ times (I have a Ford Edge) which I now realize is too much, I now fill the bottle half way with clean water and use 2-3 oz of foam concentrate when I wash my car and that's PLENTY of foam as it covers the car at least twice over. As for the soap foam I chose to buy....Chemical Guys CWS_110 HoneyDew Snow Foam Car Wash - 1 Gallon...I picked this one from reading all the reviews, it smells great and creates tons of foam. It's so easy that I was shocked...because from all the reading I did, I thought there was more to it. I watched the YouTube videos and all...KISS (keep it simple stupid) applies here.
Just make sure you rinse it out after each use. Turn off the PW once you're done using all the concentrate in the bottle, fill the bottle with clean water, reattach it to the wand, and start the PW back up and pull the trigger to clean all the internal parts...about 2-3 minutes as you're waiting for the foam to drip from the car. If my car isn't that dirty, I don't even put a sponge to it...I just rinse-foam-rinse...the foam will remove dusty dirt and pollen all on it's own as it drips clean before you use the power washer to rinse it off. If it's really dirty, after foam & rinse, I do the 2 bucket wash with a microfiber pole sponge. Simple guys. I've now used it about 6-7 times and it's so easy and looks so cool as the neighbors watch in amazement! LOL! If you want a reasonably priced foam cannon...THIS IS the one to buy. I hope this helps the amateur detailers out there like me.
~~Soap scum inside the unit
Inside there is mesh made out of stainless which is what foams up the soap when the solution passed through it. Over time, the extra soap solution dries up and turns into soap scum which eventually clogs up the mesh and dumbs down foam production by a lot. After a year it was not foaming at all. My solution to this is to always run clean water through it after you are done and also throw it in a acid bath once a month. I mix white vinegar with a few drops of Dawn and let it soak in it for about 15 mins then rinse it thoroughly. The brass may turn pink, it is not harmful just a surface reaction with the acid but the inside of the unit is now clean and the mesh can produce more foam.
~~Rusty and awkwardly sized quick connector
The steel quick connect would not work with my Generac power washer but it did with my SunJoe washer. I noticed the end of it is a little longer than, well any other quick connector making it hard to connect to the wand. Also, after two years of use the inside and end of the quick connect had rusted very very badly. I took it out and replaced it with a normal sized, better coated quick connector. Make sure you get it deadly tight with two wrenches. Other than the quick connect and allen screw on-top, there is nothing else that can rust in or out of the unit. The innards seem to be made of stainless. Pictured is the old quick connector compared to the new one installed.
~~Cross threading bottle
I think this is a problem with a lot of these bottles but you have to be very careful with how you thread in the bottle. Putting this soft plastic on hard brass is not the best of ideas so it is super easy to cross thread the bottle.
Do keep in mind that my unit is three years old, there may have been changes to the units sold today.
Other than these things, I do like the unit. I do think it is kind of overpriced, especially seeing that mine did not come with a pickup tube. When you use it, use less soap than you think and make sure you get rid of the soap scum inside of it once a month or so. Also make sure you are using a power washer with at least 2300PSI and 2.3GPM. With those things it should serve you for a long time.