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    If either of the products Phil_MI and GregJohnson posted work as well as the videos they look perfect. I may buy one myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil_MI View Post
    https://www.costco.com/WaterPORT-Day...100418050.html

    Don’t own one, but thought this might be good for what you’re looking for.
    The price on these are great right now - $130 at Costco as it is discounted by $40 through today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregjohnson View Post
    I've had good luck with a product called the Rinse Kit Plus for washing my dogs. https://rinsekit.com
    Have you tried it with the Pressure Booster pump? I envision needing to refill it in places where I don't have a spigot.

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    How about what people use to spray weeds with herbicide (new and clean of course)? Keep some 5 gallon jugs filled of water that can be drunk or used to wash dogs with to refill. Cheapest and easiest solution.

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    Greetings. To wash a dog is always a difficult task for me. But after I finish this procedure, I need to clean the entire bath from the wool and swamp that Jesse left. Recently I came across an article: https://washingmachins.com/best-portable-washer-and-dryer/ in which I saw information about portable washing machines. I thought it would be a good idea to wash my dog’s clothes in a separate washing machine. Also, such a structure does not take up much space.
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    Would not be hard to make your own with heavy PVC, a tire stem,epoxy, and a bike pump..
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    I was cleaning equipment today. Using a worx cordless rechargable pressure washer. one of the dogs milling about got in the way and got sprayed. It reminded me of this thread. It is a great little tool disassembles to put in a small box will draw water out of anything a tank a 5 gallon bucket a pond whatever water is nearby and much like an electric drill the pressure response to how much you squeeze the trigger you can be very gentle with it. I never before today even considered washing a dog with it because well Chesapeake Bay Retriever owner we don't really wash dogs. We have self bathers. But it's a good tool and I recommend it for hosing down most anything.
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    Ironically this thread was resurrected by spammers Jimmy and possibly Daniel as new season of dog training in water emerges. (Sadly my dogs did not get wet this year retrieving water fowl.)

    Meanwhile, since my original post, I switched to truck with small 5.5' bed so not much room for frivolities. Also in interim, during stint as duck steward, I was reminded that there is a lot of rinsing power in gravity and suction - so I'm intend to try out dog rinsing system with hose in bucket on tailgate, dog on ground.

    Moose Gooser - thanks for ideas. I'm not handy so not wanting to make this myself.

    Ken I remember looking at that pressure washer online, thanks for suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renee P. View Post
    The price on these are great right now - $130 at Costco as it is discounted by $40 through today.
    Renee, buy an ag sprayer. 15 gal, could adapt a spray nozzle https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/pr...r?cm_vc=-10005. 12 V battery or off truck plug in.

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