POWDER SOAP OR LIQUID FOR SPRAYER, WHAT ABOUT SOFTNER??

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POWDER SOAP OR LIQUID FOR SPRAYER, WHAT ABOUT SOFTNER??

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Tried dish detergent, for a bit, got a new resevoir, and want to do it right this time....
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Re: POWDER SOAP OR LIQUID FOR SPRAYER, WHAT ABOUT SOFTNER??

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I use liquid polimere. It is slicker than owl poop! It is used to pull HDPE in the ground to keep the friction down. One cup does 100 gallons. You can get it from Vermeer, or ditch witch.
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Post by GMAC 76 »

some of the best stuff i have tried is the additive they put in the "spot free rinse" water at the car washes it doesnt gum up the pump or the spray heads

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i use dawn, it makes your hands feel soft ...woman dig it :lol:
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