During the use of high-pressure sprayers, nozzle clogging is a common problem. The reason for this problem is that the water source or liquid is dirty and contains large particles. Since the diameter of the atomizing nozzle is very small, it is easy to cause blockage.
When the nozzle of a high-pressure sprayer is clogged, it can be dealt with in the following ways:
1. Remove the nozzle completely, and then immerse it in vinegar. Rinse with water after overnight and use after assembly.
2. If a serious blockage occurs, remove the nozzle completely, and then put it in glacial acetic acid. It takes about 2-3 days to remove it. It can be used after washing with water.
3. If conditions permit, use an air compressor or ultrasonic cleaner to clean the nozzle. If it still cannot be used after cleaning, the nozzle needs to be replaced.