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Question: When using this model hose end sprayer to apply BW, what setting should the dial at the top of the sprayer be set on?

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1 to 128 or 1 oz per gallon.

Do you have a clear pic of the dial?

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AC,

This is the Chapman G362. Same thing under another vendor. The 2nd picture is a pretty good shot of the adjustment dial.

www.amazon.com/Chapin-G362-Professional-Purpose-Metering/dp/B00UER1S2I/ref=pd_sbs_86_1%2C160_


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Troy Layman wrote:

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This is the Chapman G362. Same thing under another vendor. The 2nd picture is a pretty good shot of the adjustment dial.

www.amazon.com/Chapin-G362-Professional-Purpose-Metering/dp/B00UER1S2I/ref=pd_sbs_86_1%2C160_


 Ill need to see the owners manual.

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If you set the dial to the number 2 - you will get 1 ounce to 1 gallon.

The numbers on the dial represent tablespoons per gallon. 2 tablespoons = 1 ounce!

 



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You got it Mark!



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Thanks...I'll be using mine tomorrow. That is with the little brass attachment installed in the tube, correct? To reduce the flow?

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Here is a good youtube video on the sprayer and settings.

 

Hope this helps. Its a great sprayer.Hold onto the small black fan spray tip when you take it off to use as a stream sprayer! Its hard to find when you drop it..I learned the hard way.  good luck.

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Perfect video on this sprayer, Jeff! Thanks a whole lot for posting it, the video answered all the questions I had about this particular sprayer.

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Brandon Vaughn wrote:

If you set the dial to the number 2 - you will get 1 ounce to 1 gallon.

The numbers on the dial represent tablespoons per gallon. 2 tablespoons = 1 ounce!

 


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Brandon Vaughn wrote:

If you set the dial to the number 2 - you will get 1 ounce to 1 gallon.

The numbers on the dial represent tablespoons per gallon. 2 tablespoons = 1 ounce!

 


 Or you could put the small brass reducer into the tube for the teaspoon measurement and use the #6 setting.  6 teaspoons = 2 tablespoons = 1 fluid ounce per gallon.  Key point is that if your brass reducer is in the tube you'll never lose it.



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Troy, tell us more about the brass reducer.AC

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Troy, tell us more about the brass reducer.AC


All,

If you watch the YouTube video posted above by Jeff Newman on September 18th, it will explain in total detail how to use the reducer.  Very informative video, indeed!! biggrin 



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Ah I got it now. Thanks!

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BLUF: There is a little hollow brass reducer attachment that is screwed on to the top center of the adjustment dial. You can pull the siphon tube out of the sprayer handle and put this reducer in the top of the siphone tube. This converts the measurements from tablespoons (without the reducer in the tube) to teaspoons (with the reducer in the tube). if you use this only for bleach wash/final wash it won't matter, but if you ever want to use the sprayer for anything else it's the best way to avoid losing this little tip.

It appears that Gilmour no longer makes this product and Chapin has taken over. The average rating dropped from 4.4 under the Gilmour manufacturing to 4.1 stars under Chapin, but the Chapin G362 sprayer cost is currently $19.99  (no shipping & Handlling with Amazon Prime account) and is about half what Gilmour was charging as of 12/16/2015 if anybody needs a replacement. 

http://www.amazon.com/Chapin-G362-Professional-Purpose-Metering/dp/B00UER1S2I/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top?ie=UTF8



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 Has this been confirmed that the Gilmour 362 hose end sprayer is now Chapin G362. Need to make sure before I order for. Using for Bleach Wash.



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Mike,

The Chapin is the same thing. A few other vendors make these as well.

This link below on Amazon for the Gilmour version says it is discontinued.
www.amazon.com/Gilmour-362-Professional-Discontinued-Manufacturer/dp/B00002N67I/ref=sr_1_2

I went to the Gilmour site and the 362 isn't listed. They have an alternative called the 73QG2, but it says it is discontinued on Amazon.com, and I didn't see it listed on Home Depot, Lowe's, Walmart or ACE.

So everything I'm finding points to Gilmour not making this product any longer.

chapinmfg.com/Product/slug/chapin-g362-professional-all-purpose-hose-end-sprayer-with-metering-dial

I bought one to replace my old one (a knock off a vendor tried to sell me as a bait & switch) and although I've only used it a couple of times, it seems to be built well. I use it for the Final Wash/Bleach Wash.

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The Lowes near me stocks the chapin ones

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yes they bought them out.

you can get a case from KEC supply for like $86.00 

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Nice tip John! How long have yours lasted? The Hudson knock-off I had didn't last long at all before the dial came loose.

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I have two of the Chapin G362 sprayers. I've tried both of them and water runs constantly from between the nozzle and dial. Is that normal? If spraying above my head it runs down my arm. Seems like good quality, but I must be doing something wrong. Need it again in a couple of weeks so I'd like to get this issue worked out.

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Bryan,

We do not have that issue with them and we use them almost every day. Sounds like a bad oring or maybe just a defective spray body. 



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Thanks. I remember now that the first one leaked out of the "anti-siphon" holes where the hose hooks on. I guess they are made to do that. The new one leaks on the front end of the nozzle before the siphon. It must be defective. Either way, both got me wet.

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I bought another one and got it to work. Three is a charm, I guess. This one is labeled G362D and has a quart canister, but the smaller ones will work with it.

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Bryan, mine is exactly the same as yours minus the yellow handle. Mine has worked great and only fallen apart from use and getting banged around. If you don't have a booster pump or pressure washer to rinse high and the water pressure isn't great, I've found using this sprayer without the 1 quart bottle attached seems to give a better reach than most garden hose sprayers.

Another tip - Setting 2 is 2 table spoons/gallon, or 1 ounce per gallon. Remove the reducer valve at the top and put it in the hose, which changes the metered flow from table spoons to tea spoons, so a setting of 6 is what you need as 6 tea spoons = 2 table spoons = 1 ounce per gallon. This gives you a little better flow control if you want to bump up the amount of final wash for anything, and the reducer valves come loose and get lost before you know it.

My issue is with the hose end sprayer for Plant Wash. They spray purple for a moment then just clear water, or they leak like crazy. I just bought some gasket material to make my own gaskets to see if that helps any because the ones that come with them often don't work well.

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That makes sense having better flow control on teaspoons. John, do you use it that way or without the reducer? I want to use this for the Wood Restore we spoke about a few weeks ago. I've got the product in stock and that job is coming up.

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We use it with the teaspoon setting.



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If you are going to use the Gilmour for applying Wood Restore, what setting do we use??

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Mark Fermoyle wrote:

If you are going to use the Gilmour for applying Wood Restore, what setting do we use??


 That's a good question. The bottle says 2oz per gallon for cedar siding (my upcoming project), but you couldn't get that on the teaspoon setting since 6 is 1oz and the dial only goes to 10. I'm gonna try 1oz on the wood restore and see how it does.  On the tablespoon setting 2 is 1oz. 



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Hey Bryan,

So, 2 tablespoons = 1oz. Set your dial to #4 on the Tablespoon mode (no insert) and that will yield you 2oz/gallon of spray.

I did a good neighbor style fence pool surround this afternoon and set my dial at 3 (1.5oz per gallon) and it was fine. Could definitely see the suds on the wood as I applied the Wood Restore!

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So, 2 tablespoons = 1oz. Set your dial to #4 on the Tablespoon mode (no insert) and that will yield you 2oz/gallon of spray.

I did a good neighbor style fence pool surround this afternoon and set my dial at 3 (1.5oz per gallon) and it was fine. Could definitely see the suds on the wood as I applied the Wood Restore!


 I was referring to John saying "we use the teaspoon setting" but 2 oz per gallon wouldn't be possible so I'm betting most are using less. I'm gonna try it at 1oz and see how it does and increase as necessary.



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Bryan,

I meant to say Tablespoon.......Been a long week and getting longer. Set your dial to 4 for 2 ounces per gallon. 

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I meant to say Tablespoon.......Been a long week and getting longer. Set your dial to 4 for 2 ounces per gallon. 

Sorry about that.


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Mark Fermoyle wrote:

I did a good neighbor style fence pool surround this afternoon and set my dial at 3 (1.5oz per gallon) and it was fine. Could definitely see the suds on the wood as I applied the Wood Restore!


 Hey Mark - did you happen to take any before/after photos of that fence?  I've been curious how that job turned out.



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Ashland, VA
www.PanoramicClean.com
Troy@PanoramicClean.com
(757) 562-7216

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