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Hi. I've just received some products from the Canadian distributor. 1 bottle of Ceramic Spray, 1 bottle of Surface Prep and 1 bottle Ceramic Boost. There are 3 sprayers with 2 being the same (no spray adjustment and shorter tubes) and the 3'rd having a longer tube and having adjustable spray head. Which sprayer is for which bottle or does it matter? Thanks in advance.

 

 

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The two sprayers with the red tabs are for the two thin bottles, Surface Prep and Ceramic Boost, while the other sprayer is for the spray coating. Don't clip any of the tubes, they're longer on purpose to reach every last drop.

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Thanks for your quick reply Chris. So the longer tube adjustable spray head is for the Ceramic Spray. The tube on that sprayer is 5 inches longer than the bottle of Ceramic Spray and the head is adjustable for a wide spray or a stream. I'm sure you would use the wide spray setting on it.

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Correct. The larger spray head also fits the normal 16oz bottles which are taller than the 12oz spray coating. And yes, use the wider pattern. Especially if you don't have any spares, be careful to clean the spray coating nozzle after use or it can/will clog since the coating will cure, making it difficult or impossible to use next time. I like to remove the nozzle completely from the bottle and pull the nozzle trigger several times till the tube is empty, reinstalling the original lid on the bottle between uses. It'll also help take care of your remaining coating, storing it in a temp controlled, dark room.

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8 hours ago, hoss said:

Perfect. Thanks for your help Chris, much appreciated. Now if you want to come and do the work for me....LOL.

Hi Ellis, If I was still in Tonawanda, NY 3 days a week, I'd gladly help out, but only until the snow flies.  Good luck with your coating and Chris's advice above is spot on. 

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