So, if I understand this, we have to mix the chemicals in a separate 1 gallon tank, then put some in this?
The B&G tank sprayer is 252 dollars. I assume this 16 ounce supplementary (clearly not stand alone, as the small amounts can't be mixed in it) tool has been created because the one gallon (or 2 gallon) devices are too awkward and cumbersome for most people. An awful lot of money just to find a way to get these sprays into the right places.
B&G sprayers and equipment are a professional line of sprayers that are made for companies and individuals who get a lot of use out of their equipment. This Accu-Sprayer was made to accompany a professional applicator who always already mixes in a gallon container and always has a solution on hand already mixed. It is easier to carry inside a customers home than a 1 gallon sprayer, and it is easier to get the solution where it is supposed to go, inside cracks and crevices.
Answer last updated on: 04/08/2011