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Kobalt foam cannon $4

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At Lowe's right now. Returning my Princess auto one for $15.

Here's the selection, they're clearing out the accessories :
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Which branch is that?
The Availability Tracker seems to show 0 across the board near me, but hoping that they just don't track low levels...
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This would definitely be an upgrade to the "soap" dispensers that usually come with pressure washers.

But it won't be as good as the foam cannon you are thinking of getting either. It's just the nature of the design. Ignore the fact that you can now get cheap chinese branded ones under $20 due to them not getting patents on the new design, but it's really the design of the sprayer and nozzle and bottle that create good foam. It is why the newest design of foam cannons makes even the first or 2nd generation most of us have obsolete in a sense.

I have Karcher's versions of their foam cannons. Just not as good as the one I got off Amazon. But you cannot beat $4 if you just want to foam quickly. Make sure it works with yiur washer though.
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0chit oos for ispu 4bux 5pc nozzles kit hotAF. No stock either. How much is shipping ipping

Im driving to Brantford
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Folks who think stocks are 0 or low should head out to their local Lowe's. Even though the foam was out of stock still found 1 and snagged it.

Thanks OP
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the clearance wands should fit the clearance guns right? going to replace a cheapo pressure washer gun that's leaking
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Harold91 wrote: This would definitely be an upgrade to the "soap" dispensers that usually come with pressure washers.

But it won't be as good as the foam cannon you are thinking of getting either. It's just the nature of the design. Ignore the fact that you can now get cheap chinese branded ones under $20 due to them not getting patents on the new design, but it's really the design of the sprayer and nozzle and bottle that create good foam. It is why the newest design of foam cannons makes even the first or 2nd generation most of us have obsolete in a sense.

I have Karcher's versions of their foam cannons. Just not as good as the one I got off Amazon. But you cannot beat $4 if you just want to foam quickly. Make sure it works with yiur washer though.
What's an example of a modern foam cannon design?
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Just tried and The foam cannon fits the Ryobi 1800 PSI pressure washer. Any recommendations for the soap to use in this?
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not exactly on topic, but im keeping an eye on lowes.ca ...last 2 years around this time they had a stay up and save event - hoping it happens again this year,
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Snowcrash01 wrote: What's an example of a modern foam cannon design?
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Latest and honestly best design is now this. I believe bottle can be bigger and already some chinese brands have knocked off this design too of the new creator and nozzle and shell.
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I wonder how this is compared to the PA $15 in terms of quality/performance... Anyone tried this Kobalt one yet? Any good?
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superscoots wrote: Would a Sunjoe 2000 psi electric power washer be able to run this thing?
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No. When I went in store, they had 2 surface cleaners on clearance. The 15 in. one says upto 3100 (or 3200) psi pressure washer compatible.
The one compatible with yours (and my Ryobi 1800 psi) is the 11 in one. That says upto 2200 psi. Also for $30
See below, looks like 15in also fits Ryobi
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Damn i have the Ryobi one, so is there an adapter that would make this work, or should i just cancel my order haha.
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fl4wless wrote: Damn i have the Ryobi one, so is there an adapter that would make this work, or should i just cancel my order haha.
I can verify the 11 in one connected to my Ryobi washer. it's a 1/4" quick connect.
About the 15 in one, I am not sure about the connection size but since it is rated for higher PSIs, I feel like it might not give enough pressure with the lower PSI washers.
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scorown wrote: No. When I went in store, they had 2 surface cleaners on clearance. The 15 in. one says upto 3100 (or 3200) psi pressure washer compatible.
The one compatible with yours (and my Ryobi 1800 psi) is the 11 in one. That says upto 2200 psi. Also for $30
It's rated "Up to" not minimum psi. Means it can take higher psi (more robust)
I don''t know how well it works though with lower psi, but I don't see a reason why it wouldn't work (if the connector is compatible)
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Since when did Lowe's start with "final sale" on clearance items? Well there goes this deal...
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Any concerns with "sweeping" the ground with your power washer wand?
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aftershocks wrote: I wonder how this is compared to the PA $15 in terms of quality/performance... Anyone tried this Kobalt one yet? Any good?
If the pictures of the soap in their examples are what it actually is... then the PA one should be a lot better. The pics of the Kobalt/ Greenworks looks more like sudsy water.

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