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The Efficient, Affordable ProTool Wash Sprayer Designed with Homeowners in Mind

For those jobs – like washing your car or the exterior of your house, deck, fence, etc. – where a hose sprayer just doesn’t provide enough oomph – the ProTool wash sprayer is an efficient, affordable solution.

The ProTool Wash Sprayer provides better pressure than your garden hose, but is not a pressure washer, so you’re not risking potentially damaging the surface. The ProTool wash sprayer uses the concept of “soft washing” – which means using the right cleaning solutions to do the cleaning, then using water with enough pressure to produce a nice, solid stream, but not enough to damage the surface.


  • 1.72 gallons per minute, 1700 psi maximum pressure
  • 18” long x 11” wide x 12” high
  • 6-foot inlet hose with filter
  • 26-ft outlet hose
  • 90-day warranty
  • Variable Spray Wand Tip included

Optional accessories:

  • 1L foamer bottle
  • ¼” Spray Tip Attachment Kit w/ 5 tips

Step 1: Applying Your Soap Mix

The ProTool Wash Sprayer is a fast, efficient, and affordable tool for washing and rinsing your vehicle using the soap mix of your choice.

When mixing your chemicals, there are two options.

Option 1: Apply soap using the spray canister.

First, you can attach the spray gun to the end of the hose. For this, use the quick connect to attach the hose to your tap, then the other end to the Wash Sprayer.

Option 2: Apply directly from a  bucket

The second option is to draw your soap mix from a bucket and through the Wash Sprayer. Simply create about a gallon of mix using a car wash soap like Wash Up or a cleaner of your choice, then place one end of the draw hose into the bucket and quick connect the other to the inlet on the Wash Sprayer.

Pull the trigger to draw water from the tank through the trigger.

You can change the spray pattern either by using the adjustable nozzle, or switch out the spray tips. For dirtier areas, such as wheels, you may need a straighter spray, whereas general cleaning can use a fan spray. The Wash Sprayer will apply a nice, even mix.

Step 2: Rinsing 

  1. Switch from soap draw and connect into tap water for the preliminary rinse.
  2. Pull the trigger and wait for the soap to clear the line.
  3. Rinse from the top down, pushing the water forward by building a “wave” of water.

Connect to the Rinse 'N Go for a Spot-Free Rinse

  1. The Wash Sprayer and the Rinse and Go are your key to quick and easy cleaning
  2. Connect the rinse and go to the tap
  3. Connect the outlet hose to the wash sprayer for pure water rinse
  4. Clean blade of water to create the “wave”