Rinse Kit

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Rinse Kit is a portable pressurized shower and clean up system. The portable system features the eon pressures system which does not require pumping or batteries. Rinse Kit delivers a pressurized spray for up to 3 minutes and can hold up to two gallons of water. The portable tank can hold either hot or cold water. Also, the spray nozzle has 7 settings. It has a compact design and a built in ruler to measure fish.

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  • Water Pressure

    The water pressure does not last for very long.

  • Water Tank Reservoir

    Rinse Kit only holds two gallons of water and you may have to keep refilling the reservoir for longer tasks.


  1. Outside Water Source

    The water tank must be filled from an outside water source.

  2. Can't See the Water Level

    When filling the water tank, there is no way to see how much water is the there while filling it.

  3. Runs Out of Water Fast

    The water tank holds two gallons but only sprays out one and a half gallons. Customers can never seem to get the last half gallon out of the nozzle.

  4. Water Pressure

    The water pressure does not keep the water flowing past the first couple quarts. Once the pressure is gone, there is no way to get the pressure back.

  5. Leaks

    Negative Points

    • Heavy

      Rinse Kit is heavy to carry around.


    • Aquabot

      This includes variable flow trigger, 3 attachment points, works upside down, has patent pending pulse, and health modes for more control over your water.

    • Big Kahuna Portable Shower

      This product can hold a range of water from 4.7 to 13 gallons. It has a variable pressure controlled showers head. The hose, container and lid absorb UV heat to warm the water. Lastly, it includes a 12 volt accessory plug for auto, RV, and other 12 volt systems.

    • Nemo Helio Pressure Shower

      The Nemo system components include an 11 liter tank, hose with spray nozzle, pump, and a carrying case. It contains an easy to use foot pump so it doesn't over-inflate and provides constant water pressure. All the components can be stowed neatly in a rugged, ventilated carrying case.

    How to Use (Step by Step)

    1. Hose Bib Adaptor

      Screw to spigot on your house.

    2. Disconnect the Quick Connect

      Remove the nozzle from the quick connect coupler.

    3. Connect Hose Bib Adapter

      You'll hear a snap when connecting the quick connect to the hose bib adapter.

    4. Turn Spigot Valve on

      To fill the Rinse Kit with water, begin by turning the spigot valve on that is attached to your house.

    5. Turn Rinse Kit Valve on

      Water will fill the 2 gallon eon pressure chamber with approximately 65 psi of water pressure in about 20 seconds. It can hold the pressure for up to one month.

    6. Turn Spigot Valve Off

      Once the Rinse Kit is full, turn the spigot valve off.

    7. Turn Rinse Kit Valve Off

      If this isn't turned off, then water will spray everywhere.

    8. Disconnect Quick Connect

      Remove the quick connect from the hose bib adapter that is attached to the spigot.

    9. Nozzle and Quick Connect

      Reconnect the nozzle with the quick connect. The Rinse Kit is ready to be used.

    How it's Different from Competitors

    The water tank does not hold as much water as its competitors. Since it cannot hold as much water, the water tank runs out of water a lot faster and must be filled more often. This can be a downside if you need a lot of water for a certain task.

    Critical Advice

    The water tank can be filled from most homes but will need to have a sink adapter to do so. Also, in order to fill the reservoir with hot water, you will need a hot water sink adapter to do that.


    • Spray

      The Rinse Kit will give about 4 minutes of pressurized spray. This can also depend on the pressure of the hose spigot that you filled the water tank with.

    • Weight

      The overall weight of the product is 24 pounds when it is full. It weighs about 9 pounds when it is empty.

    How It Works

    The Rinse Kit works by simply connecting the quick connect coupler to an outside spigot like the one on a house. In fact, using a spigot to fill the water tank will provide with the pressure needed to spray the water.

    To drain the reservoir, first open the lid up. Take the lid off. Pull the nozzle out. Make sure the valve is in the on position. Let the water out by spraying the nozzle. Unscrew the drain plug. You may need to use pliers for the first time. Set the drain plug somewhere clean. Tip the water tank upside down. Screw the drain plug back on the water tank. Be sure the drain plug is screwed on tight.

    Clean the water tank by simply spraying some bleach and add some water ( if there isn't any in it ), then wipe it down.

    When the water tank is not holding pressure, be sure to tighten the fittings on the quick connect coupler and the fitting on the inside of the tray.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Rinse Kit online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Rinse Kit online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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