I just bought a TDS meter from Purewater 4U of Las
Cost was $29.80 plus
5.85 shipping. looks like it is a professional tool. comes with calibration
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Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2003 4:37
Subject: Re: [World] TDS meter
Were's a good place to purchase a TDS meter? How much do they
cost? Are some better than others? Thanks!Jeff Lydon <email@example.com>
They sell battery back pack sprayers that would work well for something
like this, you could remove the wand spray wand or add to it some tubing to
make an improvised wfp, maybe even use an exizting industry item like the
Unger Hi-flow brush kit.
Jeff Lydon Honolulu,
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Subject: Re: [World] Distilled water vs DI water
Date: Sat, 2 Aug 2003 18:54:17 +0100
Its the way I started off, I had extension tubes that went 16ft,
I liked the manouverability and then added a small flojet pump and a 12v
battery. Then I stuck it all on a back pack been using it for a few years
now with Unger 5 section pole, no draging hoses its great,. I use RO water
because I also drink it.
----- Original Message ----- Jeff Brimble
From: Jason Klovansky
Sent: Saturday, August 02, 2003 5:19 PM
Subject: RE: [World] Distilled water vs DI water
I did this yesterday on a big home--there's one windows that
can't be reached with a ladder and because of the angle, it's very difficult
to pole--so I used a pump sprayer filled with distilled water ---the results
were near perfect--It's no Aqua Clean or Tucker, but it only cost me a
couple of bucks and it works good for the "odd" window that I come across
that I can't clean by hand or with a ladder.
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