Rinse Kit Portable Sprayer

Spray anywhere you can play.

One of the most useful things that humans have invented is the spray hose. It can be used for bathing, for cleaning, watering plants, and even just for playing around. The Rinse Kit Portable Sprayer makes it even better by adding one crucial element: portability. This pressurized sprayer can deliver up to 65psi of pressure and can hold up to 2 gallons of water at a time, yet small enough to fit in a car trunk.

$151 – $300
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