Watering Tools & Equipment Buying Guide

Keep your garden well-watered with watering tools and watering systems.Do your plants need a good watering? Keeping your flowers and lawn well watered is the key to a healthy and prosperous garden. There are plenty of water supply and irrigation options to choose which one is the best hard or maybe you need a tool to supply or collect your water to clean your car or fill your paddling pool? From water supply cans to hoses, from sprayers to sprinklers, we are here to help you find your ideal water tool.

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Below are some tools that have kept your garden well-watered with watering tools and watering systems.

For easy carrying of water and watering the plants

The simplest and most common method of watering gardens is waterlogging.

Water cans:

Available in plastic or steel. Plastics are the most common, due to being light weight and rust resistant. Steel water supply cans are more rustic, so fit well in a rural style garden.

There are one or two handles. For larger water supply cans, you need to hold your water from the top to stabilize the can when you go with the water, or when you tip for watering. Our water feeding cans have a wide handle suitable for both situations or two separate handles.

Sprayers

Watering seedlings or spraying plants with weed killers, fungicides, pesticides or liquid fertilizers

There are four types of sprayers available – triggers, handhelds, hand pumps and backpacks.

Trigger sprayer

Ideal for watering small gardens and house plants. The trigger is pulled again to produce these sprays. Choose from 0.5L, 1L or 1.5L.

Handheld sprayers

These sprayers are operated by a trigger and the hand fits like a trigger sprayer but is pressed just like a hand pump sprayer. These are suitable for general spraying work across a small area. The capacity of our handheld sprayers is up to 1.5L.

Hand pump sprayers

Also known as pressure sprayer. These sprayers are larger in capacity than handheld sprayers and suitable for small to medium sized gardens. The hand pump presses the tank so that water is pushed through the hose, which is forcibly sprayed from the lens. After filling the tank, pull and press the handle until you can no longer pump it. Once it is fully pumped it is pressed and ready for use.

Backpack sprayers

As the name suggests, these are sprayers that can be worn like a backpack on the back. They work in the same way as a hand pump sprayer by pumping to pressure the tank. However, these sprayers have a side lever that allows the wearer to pull up and down as soon as they use it.

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