Power Wash has been specifically designed to clean residues left behind from other sprays. Power Wash also increases the results of Mighty Wash - 946mls. Just use 1 to 3 days after using Mighty Wash for clean, healthy plants and crops.
- Ready to use - no dilution required
- Use as a foliar spray
- Just pop it into your sprayer and get started
- Utilises "frequency-water" technology
- Cleans off residues left behind by other foliar sprays
- Increases the effectiveness and results of Mighty Wash when used 1 to 3 days after
- Comes in two sizes
Your choice of size of Power Wash - ready to use foliar spray
How Power Wash works:
Power Wash is a ready to use foliar spray that utilises something called "frequency-water" technology to clean residues off your plants which are left behind by other foliar-spray treatments. In particular, treating your plants with Power Wash 1 to 3 days after using Mighty Wash - 946mls will increase the effectiveness and the results of the treatment. Power Wash is used straight out of the bottle, undiluted, as a foliar spray. Power Wash leaves your plants clean and healthy for a quality crop.
How to use Power Wash:
Always shake the bottle well before use. Use Power Wash undiluted, straight out of the bottle. Using your spray-gun set to a fine mist, apply Power Wash liberally and thoroughly to the whole of your plants including both sides of all the leaves on your plants, from top to bottom. This product is not intended to be a root-feed and should not be added to soil or hydroponic reservoirs. The manufacturers particularly recommend foliar-spraying your plants with Power Wash 1 to 3 days after every application of Mighty Wash.
We advise caution with foliar spraying during heavy flowering or fruiting as this may encourage mould. As always with foliar sprays, only use in low light intensity conditions and ensure none gets on your grow-lamp. The ideal time to spray your plants is when your grow-lamp has just gone out for the dark-cycle. This allows time for the spray to do it's job and for the plant to dry before the lamp comes back on, reducing the chance of foliar burns due to intense light hitting wet leaves.