I think that the anti-freeze won the contest against the water weep system for my foam brush. But, that is because my weep mizer was messed up and I needed to readjust it another degree. For the water weep system, only 2 out of 4 bays were weeping while the anti-freeze worked in all the bays. I also needed to salt the bays today. I was surprised with how many people actually washed their cars today when it was below freezing.
I hooked up my foam brush weep system today. The check valve at the far end is used as a plug because I did not have one with my today.
I just attached the foam brush weep to one of the pumps weep lines for now, but I will need to purchase some parts and mount it better later. The last picture shows the weep solenoid on the far left which is where I will be mounting the weep line.
I will need to do a review on this JBS soap after I figure out how-to dilute it: it is 300-1. I had to purchase my JBS from Kleen-Rite because they never called me. Does JBS cut a better deal then KR? At the SECWA meeting JBS said they would discount the product.
To test the chemicals I made a foam brush setup and even used a “super foamer” (second photo). I hooked up the yellow air compressor to a large broken air compressor in my garage. I also have a bucket full of water to clear out the lines. I used a screw driver to weigh down the chemical line.
1) Dial Basics HypoAllergenic (bar soap, 3 bars) 2) Classic Sun Clean & Fresh 3) Dis™h Detergent Original Scent 4) Perfect 10 Black Currant Bodywash 5) White Rain Conditioner Energizing Citrus