After a spring full of spraying prodiamine, you might be wondering how the world to clean your sprayer up. Using a degreaser or other products can leave a residue that can cause leaf tissue burn on your next spray application. This is where Incide-Out comes in handy.
Incide-Out is a safe way to clean sprayers without the possibility of burning crops or grass from residue. Along with its cleaning power, Incide-Out leaves a protective film that acts as a rust inhibitor, keeping your equipment rust free longer.
With a mixture of organic amine, inorganic hydroxides, and surfactants, Incide-Out has the cleaning power to break down residue that has built up over time.
Mix Rate and Process to Clean
Mix one quart of solution with 100 gallons of water to properly dilute and clean spray equipment. Cleaning out equipment after every use with Incide-Out will reduce chemical buildup and protect plants from chemical residue from previous sprays.
If you are in a State that requires rinsate to be collected, be sure to follow the label. For an in-field cleanout start by rinsing and agitating any visible particles. Once you have cleaned out as much as possible add in water and Incide-Out.
Remove any Screens and Strainers and clean in separate bucket.
Start spraying inside of tank with the sprayer using a 360° rotation nozzle or a pressure washer. Working all areas for about 15 minutes.
Clean out the tank by running the boom or hoses and nozzles until all the solution is drained.
When working with chemical residue and Incide-Out be sure to follow the label for proper PPE. When handling Incide-Out, wear coveralls, long-sleeved shirts, protective apron, boots, chemically impervious gloves, splashproof chemical safety googles and full-face shield.
Once Incide-Out has been diluted, you can reduce the amount of PPE by wearing protective eyewear, chemical-resistant gloves, long-sleeved shirt, long pants, socks, and shoes.