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Since the product needs to be spread around with a wet towel, there really is no need to try and spray an even coat of it.

 

Given the nature of the way it sprays, I still think you would get gloops even on the pressurized sprayer as the nozzle closes and the product spray stream stops.

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I don't know.  I think you'd spend more time unclogging your sprayer than to just use it the way it's meant to be applied.  It would spread more around quicker, but seems to me that with the pressure sprayer you would go through the product faster.  Just my thinking.  

Try it.  And then let us know your results.  That would make an interesting write up. 

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honestly the best bottle that i have used to spray H20 GG with is the adams premium spray bottle with the red tolco spray head. 

 

http://adamspolishes.com/shop/accessories/empty-bottles-sprayers/adam-s-new-32oz-premium-dilution-bottle.html

 

I swapped out for a Tolco sprayer too, and it sprays more evenly and smoother than the regular spray head.  The Tolco allows for more adjustment.  

I use G&G and as part of a Rinseless wash.

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A little goes further than you think and more product isn't really better with H2O G&G. I've found once the application towel gets saturated you really don't nee much on a panel. Still working out how much I need over a panel, too thick juts makes it a bit harder to get off clean.

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