Cuprinol Power Sprayer


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I purchased a Cuprinol Power Sprayer at the weekend, it was half price in my local B&Q. I have a 9 litre tub of Cuprinol Ducksback with approx half left. It states in bold that this is not suitable for spraying. Is this due to the consistency? Guess I can't water this down and use this in the power sprayer can I?
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Might be the wax additive in this particular product too?
Midge.
http://www.cuprinol.co.uk/products/ducksback_usage.jsp

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Suggest you take the sprayer back before you use it as they are not fit for purpose. I too bought it for 9 via a pricematch a few months ago. Complete waste of time even with the Cuprinol own brand sprayable. It covered around half a panel before the nozzle blocked up. In the end I took the nozzle off and laid the new panels on the ground. I used the device to just pump the preservative onto the panels before brushing manually to cover the panel.
After painting all the panels I sold the sprayer at a car boot for a fiver. The chap said he wanted to spray creosote with it so wasn't likely to block up. I didn't argue nor question him breathing in the creosote mist and took the 5. I suppose the 4 it cost me was kinda worth it for me not having to dip brush in said preservative 100's of times! Dave
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