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Harbor Freight Stores: Greenwood 4 Gallon Backpack Chemical EXPIRED

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Harbor Freight has Greenwood 4 Gallon Backpack Chemical on sale for $19.99. Shipping is $6.99 otherwise this item is available for purchase In-Store (store locator).

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  • Polyethylene tank construction
  • Translucent tank makes it easy to monitor liquid levels
  • 4 gallon tank capacity
  • 12 PSI max pressure
  • 66" hose length
  • Overflow top and integrated filter
  • Chemical resistant seals
  • Accessories Included: 4 spray heads, spray wand and nylon carrying straps

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HF has their backpack sprayer on sale. Normal price $30, typically $20 before they phased out coupons. Now you gotta wait for sales to buy at coupon price so... Here it is.

I use mine to spray Bifen to kill mosquitos.

https://www.harborfreight.com/4-g...63092.html
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reviews are pretty bad
cannot return either
Leaks after a few uses. End up with puddles of toxic chemicals on the garage floor. You get what you pay for.

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reviews are pretty bad
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cannot return either
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Quote from bsbawa10 :
reviews are pretty bad
although 4.2 out of 5
it appears the recent model is poorly constructed

BTW OP what brand of Bifen are you using?

A combined use with a leaf blower and fogger attachment:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9_J9NPrWys
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What other sprayer do you recommend?
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I bought last year and had some trouble installing the backpack straps on the bottom. There are no instructions for this critical step, but was able to find help on YouTube after making things worse with brute force. I damaged the strap clips and had to return, but they were cool about it.
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Learned this the hard way. Never used it once but they would not take it back.

I returned it because the back straps are PURE garbage. I'm sure so many people have spilled chemicals because the straps are so bad.
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Leaks after a few uses. End up with puddles of toxic chemicals on the garage floor. You get what you pay for.
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I have had mine for about 4 years and it still works like new. I only use it once a year though.
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I bought this 2 weeks ago. Works fine for me!
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I've used one of these for over two years. If you're not familiar with pump sprayer use/maintenance, this item will probably be frustrating due lack of intuitive instructions.

If you've used sprayers before, this can be a great solution for few-time use
cases or as a single-chemical sprayer.

The straps are not good but they've worked just fine with the full 4 gallons of liquid in the tank for me during the last 2 years.

If you maintain it correctly, this backpack sprayer can work about as well as a +$80 sprayer.
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My HF sprayers always end up leaking on the "wand" part. So I have the poison running down my fingers or dripping on things I don't want to kill
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Quote from mutha_scratcha :
My HF sprayers always end up leaking on the "wand" part. So I have the poison running down my fingers or dripping on things I don't want to kill
Products like these must be leaked tested with water before use. No entry level pump sprayers ships with the connections torqued properly - more so with plastic fittings.

I bought a top-of-the line grill and still had to perform a gas leak test before use. It's part of owning products that utilize liquids or gases, regardless of how much you pay for them.
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