Andrew Greess, at QSpray.com, shows why having a Birchmeier Spray Shield can be helpful to lawn control specialists. It’s a simple idea with simple execution, but when on the job it’s important to protect the clients valued plants. You are there to spray and kill the weeds and unwanted foliage. You might be trying to be as careful as possible and still end up spraying some of the chemicals onto the prize rose bushes.
The Birchmeier Spray shield funnels the spray into the direction that you want and only that direction. There won’t be accidental misting of the Oleander they want to keep, when spraying the weeds growing around the plant. Simply screw the Spray Shield onto the Birchmeier spray gun and your technician is ready to get to work. Visit QSpray.com for more Birchmeier accessories today.
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Andrew Greess: Hi, this is Andrew Greess with QSpray.com. Today, I’m talking about some of our more popular Birchmeier accessories. What I’d like to talk to you about is the Birchmeier spray shield. This is a great tool for landscapers and weed control experts who want to focus their spray, and protect the flora that’s around what they’re spraying.
For example, if you’re spraying weeds, but you don’t want to get any spray on the roses. This can be a great tool to shield the surrounding plants from the spray. It’s real easy to use. All you do is you take your Birchmeier wand, you remove the adjustable tip that comes with the Birchmeier wand, and you just screw the spray shield right on to it.
There’s a flat fan tip already in there, and you just use it as you would a regular Birchmeier spray wand, easy as can be. It’s a great tool for landscapers. Take a look at it at QSpray.com. Thanks so much for watching.