How It Works:
High-Pressure water moves through the spray gun of a pressure washer (not included) and is mixed with the soap mixture from the bottle which then proceeds through the strainer. The soap mixture is agitated by the strainer to create an unbelievably thick, or fine (if desired) foam. The adjustable air intake valve controls the amount of soap mixture that is drawn from the bottle. With the powerful Foam Cannon's adjustable nozzle you can adjust the spray pattern from a jet stream to a wide fan pattern. We recommend using 4oz of Adam's Mega Foam Shampoo for optimal foam.
More Important Info:
Use with a pressure washer (not included) with a minimum of 1.3 GPM flow and 870 PSI for proper operation.
Min-Max Pressure: 870-3190 PSI
Min-Max Flow: 1.3-5.3 GPM
Max Temperature: 140 Degrees F
I see why this was on sale. Well made, but, does not foam at all. Sudsy water is all I get on the car. Using Craftsman Gas Powered Pressure washer. Uses a lot of soap, tank is drained quickly. Added 3 OZ of Soap to water.
I bought that foam cannon and the mega foam shampoo and im bearly getting any foam out if this stuff I would not recommended for this product
Really no foam at all. Have tried everything - different mix measurements, etc. I only use Adam's products in it, but that didn't matter. Have tried several times to correct any user errors. Not sure what is going on but I have not been able to get foam out this device.
When i got the foam cannon the foam wasn’t coming out it was shooting nothing but water even when I would adjust the settings. It looked water right under the top knob
As with most Adams products quality is tops. With this foam gun it’s not. The top dial is really loose and is constantly changing the mixture. As stated by others the rubber line inside is brittle. Should have bought the MTM gun. I can see why these Adams foam guns are way cheaper than when I purchased mine.