DIY Rechargeable Spray Can
Tired of wasting money on engine parts cleaner? How about household cleaners, or maybe even spray lubricants? Or maybe you just want an easy way to spray household cleaners and weed killer. Well you came to the right place, this guide will show you how to build a hand held pressurized sprayer so you can easily spray parts cleaner, household cleaners, lubricants, and even weed killer. Once you build this sprayer you wont have to ever buy a spray can again, saving you lots of money. Buy all you fluids in bulk containers to save money and use the sprayer to spray them just like you would with a regular spray can. To propel the fluid simply pressurize the sprayer with air from your air compressor This handheld pressurized sprayer costs around $12 to make with parts you can easily find at your local hardware store.
Rated 2 out of 0 to 5 based on 1 reviews
Parts are NOT available at your typical hardware store. Schedule 40 pvc in 2 is only avaiable at plumbing wholesale type warehouses and the valve is hard to find as well. I went to a specialty air compressor repait shop. Also the parts to bulid one came in a well over $50! Order one on amazon, they are only $20!
strykerxx, Member since 06/02/2011
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