SWIMMING POOL SPA CARTRIDGE FILTER CLEANER TOOL USES WATER JET PRESSURE TO CLEAN
Swimming pool spa cartridge filter cleaner tool. Uses water jet pressure to clean. The filter flosser preserves your cartridge filter’s life by easily removing dirt deposits and debris from filter pleats in half the time of other cleaning methods. The filter flosser generates water and air agitation to remove dirt build-up and debris deep in the cartridge. This cleaner attaches to your garden hose and has a lever to control water flow and direction, giving you the ability to change the water stream in three directions for highly effective cleaning. With filter flosser, you’ll spend less time, energy and water resources on regular filter maintenance, plus maximize the life of your filters.
The handy on/off switch saves water & fussing. Made in the usa with a 100% quality guarantee! For use with any size filter cartridge! Does not damage cartridge filters as compared to other products on the market. Filter flosser provides 7x more cleaning area than just a hose alone. Reduces cleaning time by 50%+. Reduces the environmental impact by reducing water usage by 50%+. Provides better water quality and filtration by maintaining filter cleanliness.
Move up and down in short strokes, from top to bottom of the filter. Particularly dirty areas – hold 4” to 5” from filter with the water convergence point focused on a specific area. Build-up between pleats – turn nozzle parallel with pleats, ½” to 1” from filter. If you feel the water pressure is to low, try and connect to the homes ”water main”. This provides best water pressure from your home.The item “SWIMMING POOL SPA CARTRIDGE FILTER CLEANER TOOL USES WATER JET PRESSURE TO CLEAN” is in sale since Tuesday, November 29, 2011. This item is in the category “Home & Garden\Yard, Garden & Outdoor Living\Pools & Spas\Pool Parts & Maintenance\Pool Filters”. The seller is “poolandgardenoutlet” and is located in Southern California. This item can be shipped to United States.
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