expired Garden Sprayer Pump Action 1.5 Litre $2.40 (Was $5) @ Big W

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Great price, paid over $10 for bunnings import recently.

Take care of all your spraying tasks around the home and yard with the Garden Sense Pump Action Sprayer. With a 1.5-litre capacity and an adjustable brass nozzle, it's ideal for all of your garden spraying and plant maintenance needs. Featuring a simple pump action design and a button trigger, it couldn't be easier to use.

Product Features:

  • 1.5L capacity
  • Adjustable brass nozzle
  • Pump action design
  • Comfortable grip
  • Button trigger

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  • +1 vote

    Thanks

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    Anyone know how these will go being used as a weed sprayer?

    • +2 votes

      It works for small areas. Pumping can get tedious. And probably better to rinse after, ive had mine clogged up.

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        I cleaned mine after spraying, it was still clogged up next time I went to use it. The plastic pump on top crumbled away after a few uses.

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          Mhhhhh thought that would be the case with the cheap rubber components.
          Looks like the ones at Bunnings have quality parts but cost 4 times as much

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      Beware of these types of sprayers with plastic pump shafts, they do not last. (There's a joke in there somewhere).

    • +1 vote

      I use one for my place, works really well. I use roundup in it and spray as needed, you can adjust the nozzle from wide to narrow

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      They are good for spot spraying on pavers or small gardens.

      Better to buy the bigger version for lawn spraying or large shrubs

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    I’ve had 2 now. First one exploded/split open overnight and leaked everywhere. I thought it was just a fault but the replacement one did the same thing.
    Guess I should have released the pressure after use, but then again why should they split ?

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    Damn, contemplating buying this for bush doofs.

    Need to cool people down @@.

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    Same was considering buying this but not after all the complaints.

    I don't want to depressurize it between use. Tap reinforcement?

    Or clean it between use.

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      I wouldn't leave any premixed spray in the containers. I mix a rough amount I think I'll need then go through it all then and do a flush of clean water after.

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      you unscrew the lid half a turn and the pressure releases