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Last spring we FINALLY cleaned the siding at Steph's house. We used a pump-up sprayer for the cleaner we used. Part way through the cleaning, we discovered Ryobi had a battery powered chemical pump sprayer. We were very interested as the pump-up sprayer was proving to be a tedious, fatiguing option. The Ryobi sprayer comes with and without a battery, but the one without the battery could only be purchased online and we needed it NOW. We finished with the manual pump, but never forgetting about the cordless one!
Fast forward to our recent trip to the Haven conference where we learned more about the Ryobi sprayer and ended up getting to bring it home with us! We immediately put it to the test with the moss, mold, mildew, and algae stain remover, Wet & Forget.
The Ryobi One+ 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Chemical Sprayer really takes the effort out of using a chemical sprayer. If you use a sprayer fairly frequently, this may be perfect for you, especially if you've already bought into the Ryobi One+ system as the batteries work in this tool and all the tools in the system!
The next test for this sprayer will be at my house to use inside. I have a large walk in shower that's difficult to clean because there's no hand-held sprayer so washing down the walls consists of me throwing water onto the areas I've cleaned. That's not really very efficient! I'll report back on how it works to rinse down shower walls.
We will also keep you updated to how the Wet & Forget is working! We will probably go ahead and spray the rest of Steph's siding to get a bigger picture of how well the product works!
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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