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[Princess Auto] Power Fist 1-1/2 Litre Handheld Sprayer $3.99

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[Princess Auto] Power Fist 1-1/2 Litre Handheld Sprayer $3.99

Hi everyone,

Power Fist 1-1/2 Litre Handheld Sprayer is currently on sale for $3.99. Back in stock after a few months of being OOS.

Good for soapy wooder (Chrisfix anyone?), alcohol/ water, and etc

Curbside orders and pick-up in effect for all Ontario stores. Stores are closed to customer traffic.
On Sale: Apr 28 2020 - May 10 2020
Regular: $9.99
Sale: $3.99
Last edited by TomRFD on Apr 27th, 2020 11:11 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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generaltao99 wrote: *immature giggling*
From the description:

Adjusts from fine mist to jet stream. Polyethylene tank with graduated markings on side. Brass tip.
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Thanks OP. ordered one of these to make shampooing the car carpets / seats a bit easier.
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Owned 3 of these and all 3 went back after a couple months.

Used one with a farm grade round up mix (ok my bad) it was good for a week and i would empty and wash out when done but week later and maybe 3 times using it leaked and would not build pressure.

2nd one used for soap water mix for wife to do windows ect. this one did last a couple months but again issues.

3rd,honey oil mix with water for leather car and truck seats. This also did the car and truck no issues then thought when i bring the summer car out of storage i would do the seats in that and well you guessed it.Doesnt work anymore so all 3 got returned.
Customer service asked if i had any more as i could keep the parts that still worked as backups as they only needed the failed part to ship back.

Id spend some more and get something different to be honest.
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Alvord wrote:
Good for soapy wooder (Chrisfix anyone?)
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blazed16 wrote: Owned 3 of these and all 3 went back after a couple months.
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Id spend some more and get something different to be honest.
Probably why it's so cheap I guess. Also PA pickup service can be hit or miss depending on time of day and location, so might not want to wait around for 1-2hrs for something that costs $4, lol. But I think free shipping is still in effect?
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How are you guys placing orders? I've tried to order items that are only available online via their website and I keep getting errors (tried for a few days already) and when I call their number the line goes dead.
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Blude wrote: How are you guys placing orders? I've tried to order items that are only available online via their website and I keep getting errors (tried for a few days already) and when I call their number the line goes dead.
Haven't ordered from PA, but for over the phone orders it is a bit of a line on the phone and when picking up. About a 20 minute wait for pick ups, waiting for someone to answer their phone (you have to call them so they know you're here) and another 10 minutes for someone to bring it out.
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Blude wrote: How are you guys placing orders? I've tried to order items that are only available online via their website and I keep getting errors (tried for a few days already) and when I call their number the line goes dead.
Never had a problem with ordering from them... Are you trying to order from a mobile device? I was ordering from my laptop and desktop computers. Try maybe different browser, disable the VPN or any add blockers.
If still no - try clearing browser cache and cookies.
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FYI for those trying to order online, I have had TONS of issues ordering items when I am logged In. I now checkout as a guest and I have no issues.
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Any issues with keeping soap & water in the container after washing my car instead of emptying it?
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Thanks. I hope it holds well and does not leak.
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We're all bozos on the bus until we find a way to express ourselves...

Failure is always an option...just not the preferred one!
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This is good for ppl who like to smoke food in their smoker. Only concern is quality if what someone else posted is true. I have this curbside stuff, I'd rather they limit capacity in the store to 10 or 20 ppl than this stupidity. I'm OK with lining up if that is what it is.
We're all bozos on the bus until we find a way to express ourselves...

Failure is always an option...just not the preferred one!
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blazed16 wrote: Owned 3 of these and all 3 went back after a couple months.

Used one with a farm grade round up mix (ok my bad) it was good for a week and i would empty and wash out when done but week later and maybe 3 times using it leaked and would not build pressure.

2nd one used for soap water mix for wife to do windows ect. this one did last a couple months but again issues.

3rd,honey oil mix with water for leather car and truck seats. This also did the car and truck no issues then thought when i bring the summer car out of storage i would do the seats in that and well you guessed it.Doesnt work anymore so all 3 got returned.
Customer service asked if i had any more as i could keep the parts that still worked as backups as they only needed the failed part to ship back.

Id spend some more and get something different to be honest.
+1. I have one also and the bottom eventually tears itself. It's rather unfortunate. I have to return mine for a replacement but when I get my new one, I'll be sure to not always keep it compressed. I think the amount of force in it at all times is what wrecks it.
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gr8dlr wrote: A blanket thread is like no thread...it's like saying go read the flyer yourself. Ppl are posting things they find which they think are good deals and then there's discussion of the one item. If there's a big thread, everything gets lost. Just my opinion.
I understand what you're saying and that's fair but all these threads are part of the same sale.
This thread seemed to have worked out OK? Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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