Maybe it’s just me but I am having a tough time following either of your posts. In the first post, you sad that after mixing the concentrate with 5 gallons of water you then “take from the concentrate, 3 ounces of mixed product and add to another 5 gallon container to make another less potent concentrate”. Maybe this is common practice but I have never diluted the cleaner a 2nd time to have a jug of less potent cleaner and I don’t really know why you would do so unless maybe you are referring to running it through your 15 gallon solution tank?
In answer to your question about Hydroforce Sprayer ratio: Using a Hydroforce 1:8 ratio sprayer you can assume that whatever mix ratio is used or recommended for the pump-up sprayer per gallon, you should multiply that ratio by 8. For instance 2 oz. per gallon in a pump-up will be 16 oz. per gallon in the Hydroforce. However, if you are putting down the prespray hot (propane heater hot, not tap water hot) you will not need as much concentrate. In my experience putting down hot Attack prespray, you will rarely need more than 16 oz of the 5 gallon mixed concentrate in a full Hydroforce 5 quart sprayer.
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