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Gardiner Washing Adaptor 1/4in NPTF x 1/4in NPTF

Quick Overview

  • Adapts Gardiner Pole to support a Solar Brush
  • 1/4in Female Thread on Top End with a 1/4in Female Thread on Inserted End
  • Inserts into No.2 Section on Gardiner Pole
  • Solar Panel Cleaning is easier with a Quality Gardiner SLX Pole

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Item #: 157-4112  UPC : 00669893025790



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Gardiner Pole Adaptor 

1/4in Female Thread on each end

Adapts a Gardiner pole for Solar Panel Brushes

The 1/4 fitting is used at the top of the pole, either with Quick Connector adaptor and bracket or a Gardiner Pole Adapter and an M22 Fitting for use with a pressure washer powered Solar Brush 

Typical Addon Items: 

  • 74-3540  50ft Blue Pressure Hose 
  • 74-4220 - M22 Twist to 1/4 Male NPT SS
  • 155-4391 Gardiner 39ft SLX Pole 

Note: When the Gardiner Pole is used the First Section is removed to install the adaptor.

Gardiner SLX39

An excellent pole choice for use with the Solar Brushes, Softwash Spraying Tips etc 

Remove the Brush and the First Section and use this Pressure Washing hose to mount a M22 Fitting for Solar Brush attachment

you can also add a 1/4 in Quick Connect to the end of a Gardiner pole for adding any 1/4 QC adaptor.

Turbo Nozzle 

Or an X-Jet 

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Item #:157-41121
Regular Price: $24.25