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Pressure Sprayer 5ltr - £4.99 @ B&M

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5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago
I spotted these 5 ltr pressure sprayers instore @ B&M Bargains down from & 9.99 to 4.99 a real time saver if like me and you have over 200ft of virgin fence panels to treat its worth looking at lol.

Tinber treatment comes in a 5ltr bottle at 4.99
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#1
that's the price last year, i bought a few. they are excellent for a fiver. heat added still!
#2
Mmmmm virgin fence panels.....:) Heat
1 Like #3
dalecheesy
Mmmmm virgin fence panels.....:) Heat

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yep starkers and ready for some treatment
1 Like #4
Well pound them into the ground and nail them before spraying all over them. Ooh err i feel dizzy :)
2 Likes #5
could i do the wifes spray tan with this to save an f.....g fortune?
1 Like #6
Thats a good plan jacksprout plus creosote will last much longer
1 Like #7
dalecheesy
Thats a good plan jacksprout plus creosote will last much longer

no she likes dale winton orange just need to check poundland for the right shade
#8
These are great for building up your shoulders and arms, who needs a gym when you have got fence paint to apply!!
#9
Are these any good for weed killer? Just bought a house that is overgrown and I'm sure I can glimpse a patio there somewhere!!!!
#10
These are great, we had a new fence put up last year and this covered it within minutes, I had to keep cleaning the nozzle though as it kept getting blocked, but I wasn't using sprayable paint so it would probably work fine if you did. Despite that it still worked really well, much quicker than a paint brush!
#11
krato
These are great, we had a new fence put up last year and this covered it within minutes, I had to keep cleaning the nozzle though as it kept getting blocked, but I wasn't using sprayable paint so it would probably work fine if you did. Despite that it still worked really well, much quicker than a paint brush!


Yes, we made the mistake of using standard paint and it didn't work. Watering it down didn't work either, it didn't mix despite it being supposedly water based, and where the water got sprayed we ended up with wet runs. The proper sprayable stuff works so much better and gives a much more consistent result.
#12
quick question for somebody.. is it recommended to spray or brush decking? i brushed it last year but took 3 coats and took me ages.
#13
Theres a thing that looks a bit like a squeegee mop for the job - not sure its any good though.
#14
maidstone_fox
Theres a thing that looks a bit like a squeegee mop for the job - not sure its any good though.


That's what I used with decking stain, it worked perfectly. It still took 2 coats to get the shade we were after but it was taking about 30 seconds for a square metre. I had started with a hand brush, but after an hour to do only a few planks I headed off down to B&Q.
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austinc
quick question for somebody.. is it recommended to spray or brush decking? i brushed it last year but took 3 coats and took me ages.

Use a soft paint roller....you will do it in minutes.
#16
dalecheesy
Thats a good plan jacksprout plus creosote will last much longer

always preferred creosote and always preferred dipping but could not find creosote a yr or 2 back, only creosote substitute. think it may have been withdrawn from sale?
#17
Bought one for £8.99 in Preston. Was one type at £6.99 didn't look very good though.
#18
Meathotukdeals
dalecheesy
Thats a good plan jacksprout plus creosote will last much longer


always preferred creosote and always preferred dipping but could not find creosote a yr or 2 back, only creosote substitute. think it may have been withdrawn from sale?


creosote is no longer available due to its toxins etc

as someone asked earlier, will this do for weedkiller?
#19
rockrat
Meathotukdeals
dalecheesy
Thats a good plan jacksprout plus creosote will last much longer

always preferred creosote and always preferred dipping but could not find creosote a yr or 2 back, only creosote substitute. think it may have been withdrawn from sale?

I would expect so. I think i've seen some specifically marketed for fence treatments. As this is described just as pressure sprayer i'd guess it was your normal weedkiller fungicide insecticide sprayer. I know the OP had linked to fence treatments but not sure why.

creosote is no longer available due to its toxins etc

as someone asked earlier, will this do for weedkiller?
#20
yes its made really for weedkiller.
#21
been to two b&m stroes locally and they stock two brands one is £8.99 and the other £6.99. no sign of the £4.99 jobbys :(
#22
Anyone know/suggest anywhere else I could get one of these for up to £10?

Unfortunately, I don't live near a B&M store and checked the fence at the weekend and it needs doing.

I knew I should have bought one at the end of Summer last year!

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