Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister
Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister
Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister
Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister
Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister
Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister
Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister
Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister

Hose Foam-Gun/Cannon, With 1L Shampoo Canister

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The all-new SFIXX Foam Gun requires no batteries or electricity and is powered by any standard garden hose.

Upon building the Foam gun, it came apparent that it performed differently when used in different areas with different water pressures.

We came up with a solution!

Every SFIXX Foam Gun comes supplied with a Green, Blue & Yellow pressure tip that can be inserted depending on the water pressure in your area. For example, if the water pressure is high in your area, you would use the Yellow pressure tip. However, if the water pressure was low in your area, you would use the Green pressure tip. The Blue pressure tip is designed for standard water pressure, which will be the right one for most households.

Simply fill up the 1-litre canister with car shampoo/soap and connect to your garden hose. Pull the trigger and wait a few seconds for the Foam gun to draw through the shampoo.

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FAQs

Does the Foam Gun Need Electricity or Batteries?
No, the Foam Gun works from your hose pipe only unlike many which require a pressure washer.

What is the best type of Soap to use?
The best type we have tried so far when testing is Demon Foam, which leaves a lovely foamed finish.

Can I use this as just a normal hosepipe gun without the canister fitted?
Yes, a quick-release connection separates the canister from the gun so that you use as a standard hosepipe gun when wanting to wash off the suds.

How much shampoo can the canister hold?
The canister can hold up to 1 litre.

Which pressure tip should I insert?
Yellow if the pressure is high in your area. Blue if the pressure is normal in your area. Green if the pressure is low in your area.