KingSlinger Soft Wash Mixing Station
Now available separately! Get our popular KingSlinger Soft Wash Mixing Station without the air compressor! Use your own compressor and forget about batch mixing forever!
The KingSlinger Soft Wash Mixing Station combines the Dougenator Money Mix with a Tsunami Air/Water Separator and 7GPM Flo-Jet pump. We’ve mounted it all on a pre-drilled aluminum panel (no rust!). Bolt the panel to your compressor, your trailer, or whatever works best for you. Then, good-bye batch mix! Just make sure when and whatever you attach it to, it’s very stable and does not vibrate or shake as you’re driving down the road.
I use this Soft Wash System on a daily basis and love it. It has a very small foot print and can be easily installed on a trailer or even in the bed of a pick up truck. The primary nozzle size I use are are the 0020 and 2520. The 0020 gives me plenty of distance, anywhere from 35 to 42 feet depending on wind conditions. The 2520 is used for fan spraying and has a nice tight angle. You can also add in the 0030, or 0040, and 2530 04 2540 for more flow but a little less distance, to complete your Jrod nozzle set up.
We provide the cam lock fittings so you can connect your hose from the Dougenator to your tanks.
Please specify hose diameter (1/2″ or 3/4″) from the mixing station to your tanks. Bulkhead fittings are sold separately.
You may want to add a JROD Kit that includes the nozzles we recommend you use with your Kingslinger. The JROD kit allows you to keep four nozzles on your gun and easily change when needed.
Mix settings on the dougenator: When the water dial is on 5 and the bleach dial on 5, you are using a 50/50 mix. Always use the dougenator with the water on 5. You want to get full flow of water at all times. The only time you adjust the water down, is if you need a stronger mix than 50/50.
To adjust my bleach %, I always go by the numbers of 1=10%, 2=20%, 3=30%-etc. While this may not be exact on the number % you are getting, it is a guide that I follow. You really have to play around with the settings to get them to the desired mix you like for various surfaces that you will clean. Porous, really dirty surfaces like roofs, stucco, brick, etc will require a stronger mix, like 30%-50%, while smooth surfaces like vinyl, hardie, metal, etc will require lighter mixes, like 10%-20%. Again you just have to play around with it as you use it to figure out what settings work for you. The type of surface you are cleaning and the degree of staining will determine the mix percentage you will use. Green Algae comes off easy and requires a lower percentage. Black mildew stains require stronger percentage.
For the surfactant setting, the smaller diameter hose you use the better. I’ve never needed to put my soap dial on more than 2. Using to much soap, can cause longer rinsing time. It can also cause longer cleaning times. I suggest you use 1/4 or 3/8 hose for your surfactant tank. Presently I do not use the surfactant valve on my Kingslinger. I add my surfactant to my bleach. My surfactant valve is capped off, and is ready to use as a spare should one of the metering or check valve fails. It is also available to use to apply some other type of chemical like a degreaser, liquid plant food if needed. I use my third valve most often for applying my RAP all purpose cleaner because I can use it for gutter brightening, degreasing, or cleaning areas I don’t want to use bleach, and a lot of other uses.
Using Kingskling surfactant: Whether you are mixing it directly into your bleach tank, or using a surfactant tank and running through the Dougenator, mix at 1 ounce per gallon of bleach or water. Adjust accordingly to your liking.
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