Remote downstream/fuse box/bus bar/volt meter/fancy lights


#41

No. I still need to get that picture. That one was a manual not electric


#42

I didn’t think that was it, but thought I’d ask.


#43

It appears that the rinse setting is just stopping all soaps. In order to have a rinse setting you would need a 3rd valve on a 2 soap setup and or one of the vales would be 3 way. I see none of the above here. Not good…


#44

It may also be meant more for upstreaming then downstreaming. It would would work for both. While you can downstream their soaps they really recommend upstreaming.


#45

Here you go.


#46

They sell a 1/4inch metered ball valve for 25 bucks. I might pick one up and continue using the gp high draw injectors and put the metered valve at the reel to control my mix that way.


#47

All you need are 2 $11 valves and a $15 two channel remote. One valve open flows soap. Open the other, soap stops and it pulls water


#48

Maybe I like to complicate things, but I like the looks of this. I’d love to get away from batch mixing anything and be able to adjust my mix on the fly. Any idea on price?


#49

O it’s expemsive lol. $325.


#50

@Patriotspwashing…in one thread you were talking about a remote gutter cleaning robot thing…I thought you were half joking but I’ve gotta ask did you buy it.?..I tried to find it again but I must not have bookmarked it… sorry not trying to derail the thread but this just popped in my mind remote downstream… remote gutter cleaning robot…similar…lol


#51

No… after reading reviews it was a no go lol.


#52

I’m going to a vacuum system this year, a two motor vac from amazon for $500 and buying poles from gutter pro vac or something like that. Or I might I know in some areas of the country a vacs a no go but I think it could work where I am. Especially if I make it known that if you have a flower bed growing out of your gutters we can’t service you.

I quit doing gutters last year cause I hated doing them, but a vac seems like an employee user system.


#53

I’ve seen 2 companies here buy them and sell them. But we have pine straw down here. Maybe y’all don’t


#54

Yeah that’s what I’ve heard is that they are no good around pine trees. We have minimal pines here… usually gutters are either full of compost and growing a garden or there just normal debris.


#55

@innocentbystander…lol the town I live ins catch phrase is Flowertown in the pines… I’m just going to say we have a pine tree or two here… vac won’t work here either I guess.


#56

@squidskc was amazed at the amount of pine here


#57

Nope. And a vac won’t clear the roof, valleys or downspouts.


#58

It was in blankets. Some spots ankle deep in pine straw. I finally understood.

It’s tons!


#59

They use pine needles as mulch in NC. I’ve Never seen that up North.


#60

City of Raleigh actually banned using pine straw next to dwellings after to many house fires. Still, people make a lot of money from straw if they have a few acres of pines. Makes gutter cleaning a nightmare