Jay from Ottawa, Ontario writes,
I see example calculation of .25ml/Liter. How does that become 110ml for 57Liters?
With the example on our website, .25 mL is equal to 1 fl. oz. of product per liter/gallon of water. In order to mix the product with 57 liters/15 gallons, you will need to use enough product in the sprayer to mix with 57 liters/15 gallons of water. That is why you are using 110 mL/15 fl. oz. of product inside the sprayer. Put sprayer on the jar and be sure dial is on the correct liter/gallon setting. When the sprayer is empty, you have sprayed 57 liters/15 gallons of properly mixed product.
Answer last updated on: 05/22/2015