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If fleas have become a household problem, then treating your home as well as your pets may be needed to regain control from these bothersome pests! Using the Handheld Compression Sprayer is a simple, effective, and quicker alternative to treat indoors. Simply pump the filled tank to pressurize, and spray! The Hudson Handheld Compression Sprayer will provide a continuous stream, requiring only occasional pumping to re-pressurize the bottle, and will help you treat thoroughly without the need to repeatedly pump. More Information
Handheld compression sprayers are ideal for applying our FLEA & TICK | Natural Flea, Tick & Mosquito Control for Pets + Home, as well as perimeter, patio and garden treatment with our FLEA & TICK | Concentrated Natural Outdoor Flea, Tick & Mosquito Control for Yard + Garden. For full lawn applications, we recommend using our Pre-Mix Hose End Sprayer | Outdoor Pest Control Applicator.
To Fill: Unscrew sprayer head and fill container to “fill” line or other desired capacity below mark. Screw on head assembly firmly to ensure airtight seal. Liquid must be clean
and free of foreign matter. Be sure to leave enough space for compressed air. Fill to the desired level, not higher than the top (2.0 L) mark.
To Pressurize: Pump the filled tank with full strokes to build up pressure. The less liquid used, the more pumping is required.
To Spray: Depress trigger with thumb. Turn nozzle cap to right for fine spray; turn nozzle to left for coarse spray or stream.
To Restore Pressure: Periodically pump sprayer to maintain tank pressure and desired spray pattern.
To Release Pressure: Unscrew sprayer head slowly to allow air to escape. Or invert sprayer and depress trigger. Hold until all air escapes. Do not pressurize sprayer with electric or gas powered air compressors. Always follow proper depressurizing procedure!
While sprayer is pressurized: Do not try to make repairs. Do not leave sprayer unattended. Release pressure if you interrupt spraying. Do not expose a sprayer to excessive heat or leave it exposed to the sun for long periods of time. Avoid dropping or impacting the sprayer. When pressurizing sprayer, hold it off to the side. Do not stand with head or body directly over sprayer.
NOTE: Before using sprayer for the first time, fill it to test it using clear water. If any part of the sprayer shows signs of wear or damage, replace the part before using the sprayer. Do not use heated or self-heating solution in sprayer. Do not use gasoline or flammable liquids in sprayer. Do not fill sprayer above maximum spray line.