A: Disassemble the unit and run water water through the sprayer. In the nozzle tip, there are yellow "pucks". These can be removed and cleaned with water and dried with compressed air or microfiber towel to unclogged the pucks from hard water and mineral build up.Q: Should I only use Frothe in the Aerator?
A: Not necessarily. You can use Foam or Brute soap, but the Aerator will need to be cleaned with warm water before using it with different products.Q: How many cars can I wash with the Aerator?
A: With 40oz of water and 2oz of Frothe, it is possible to clean 2-6 cars depending on the size of the car and the level of dirt.Q: Do I need a compressor for the Aerator?
A: No. It is handpump only. We do have the Pro-Foamer which can be compressor fed.Q: How do I power the Aerator?
I have used to clean my cars in PA this winter. It will take me some more practice to get all the dirt off with the towels, but it is a nice option when everything is frozen.
The aerator worked fine but is a little too large making it a bit awkward to work with. I wish the spray pattern was a lot more precise as it tends to overspray a great deal. Oversprays regardless if there is a little or a lot of pressure in the tank. Also, globs in some spots and doesn't even apply product in other areas unless you apply a lot of spray. Frothe worked as avertised. I used amp from the last coat as the top coat as I already had that on hand and it worked fine. It gets the film left by the frothy off the windows as well. Pretty fair waterless wash solution that could be greatly enhanced by adding more precision to the sprayer.
Pressure will have to be added a couple of times during the process. Easily done by pumping now and again.
This is a sturdy product. It does need a lot of pressure topped off to keep its spray as a fan pattern but the push down to build pressure is easy and it releases pressure once it hits the max value down to operating pressure. Worth it, one and done.