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    handy little gaget to clean DE grids

    I picked up a sprayer at Wallyworld yesterday that is really handy for cleaning between the DE grids without breaking everything down. If I can find the label I'll post a picture! Basically it is a 3 ft piece of pvc 1/2" pipe with a cap at one end and a hose attachment and small ball valve at the other. The cap has 4 holes drilled in it at right angles. I may cut the cap off and replace it with one that only has 3 holes so I don't squirt myself when I am trying to clean the grids!
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    Re: handy little gaget to clean DE grids

    Anything to make that easier would be great! Who makes it? Where at Walmart was it located -- by the pool or patio stuff? Thanks!
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    Re: handy little gaget to clean DE grids

    It was in the automotive section at walmart, with the RV stuff. It is called Holding Tank Rinser by Camco. Amazon has it also.
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