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Pre-mixed slip solution in a dispenser


spyghost

Hi,

How many of you find it quite annoying to mix and mix slip once your spray bottle becomes empty?

i don't know if this has ever been posted, but for those you use small spray bottles, you can just pre-mix slip solution in an old water dispenser which is similar to the one used on outdoors. The one that i am talking about is the one with a push type of spout at the bottom for easy dispensing of solution. Just remember that the solution should be mixed very well so that no suspensions of jnj form at the bottom.

I usually use the ratio of 1L water to 3 squirts of JnJ. You can adjust this as you please. Just remember the solution should sheat on a panel and not too sudsy. Take note even though its not damaging, don't you dare do this test on a customer car!

If you are quite OC on the measurements... here is an ml to tablespoon conversion... 1 ml = 0.0676280454 US tablespoons.


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sounds like a good idea, but around here we never know what the weather is gonna be like. somedays I need more slip then other days. so personally, I like to have the right amount of slip for the right day, so its just easier for my to add as I fill. I keep film on and jnj on my shop sink....too easy

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Unless I'm missing something here..you just count the pumps from your dispenser ..they shoot out the same amount each time..in otherwords if you use film on or dirt off it's 3 pumps for film on and 4 pumps for dirt off for a regular spraybottle (tweek and peek at will) :dunno

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sounds like a good idea, but around here we never know what the weather is gonna be like. somedays I need more slip then other days. so personally, I like to have the right amount of slip for the right day, so its just easier for my to add as I fill. I keep film on and jnj on my shop sink....too easy

I guess that's the problem with 4 seasons or some other parts of the globe. in my case, since I live in the tropical region... slip solution ratio does not matter much... its quite negligible I should say.

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