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Foam Cannon Usage Instructions with ProLine's Truck and Tractor Wash July 29 2021, 0 Comments


  • Rinse vehicle / equipment using cold water.
  • Fill Foam Cannon Container with ProLine's Truck and Tractor Wash.
  • Set the Foam Cannon Metering Dial to 2.5 to 3 for Light Use. Adjust as needed.
  • Attach the Foam Cannon to the Pressure Washer.
  • Apply Detergent in a horizontal fashion from bottom to top.
  • Let sit but do not allow to dry.
  • Turn the Metering Dial to Zero and pull the Trigger Gun for a few seconds to flush the Foam Cannon.
  • Rinse well under high pressure (works best with hot water), taking care to cover every inch of surface in a systematic pattern from bottom to top.
  • Finish by rinsing quickly from top to bottom.

Shipping Details June 28 2021, 0 Comments

We offer free shipping on orders over $199, excluding 5 gallon detergents and some equipment. Free shipping offer only applies to the lower 48 contiguous states. Economy shipping is the only shipping method that qualifies for free shipping. All other shipping methods chosen will incur a charge. 

Due to current product availability, it is possible for shipping to be delayed. We apologize for this inconvenience.  Feel free to call us with any questions! (605) 882-5898

Notice: ProLine's Truck & Tractor Wash and Wash & Wax Detergent Orders: In the event of freezing temperatures, it is possible your product may freeze during transit. If you notice layers have formed, please thaw the product and shake thoroughly before using. Freezing does not affect the product’s ability to clean.

Caring For Your Foam Cannon April 17 2021, 0 Comments



  • The Foam Cannon turns ProLine’s Truck and Tractor Wash into thick, rich foam. The benefit of foam is that it adheres to your surface, which gives the soap more time to work and penetrate the dirt.  Another advantage is much less detergent is used with far better results.

  • The Foam Cannon should only be used with cold water. ProLine’s Foam Cannon requires a Pressure Washer with a minimum of 2.3gpm to operate.

  • As with most detergents, avoid washing in bright sunlight for streak-free results.

  • It is a good practice to flush your Pressure Washer prior to connecting your Foam Cannon as rust and other impurities will clog the Aspirator (PN 8.704-222.0).

  • ProLine recommends starting with the Foam Cannon Metering Dial set at 2.5 to 3 (for light coverage) and adjusting from that point.

  • The Foam Cannon requires flushing after each use. Simply turn the Metering Dial to zero and pull the Trigger Gun for a few seconds to flush the residual soap from the Foam Cannon.  **This is the easiest solution to keeping your Foam Cannon operating well. 

  • If your Foam Cannon is spewing water from the middle of the sprayer barrel you will likely need to replace the Aspirator (PN 8.704-222.0) as it has become plugged.

  • If your Foam Cannon is trickling water from the end of the sprayer barrel it is possibly clogged with a pebble at the incoming water side. Call and we can help with explaining how to remove it.

  • Rough estimate - one quart of ProLine’s Truck and Tractor Wash should cover approximately four mid-size pickups.

ProTips: How Important Are The Nozzles? June 05 2015, 0 Comments

Customers report after simply replacing their nozzles their parts washer cleans like it’s brand new again! Learn more!

ProTips: Steam Cleaning Nozzle and Spray Pattern Tips for Alkota Cleaning Systems August 16 2013, 0 Comments

Learn about the different spray nozzles and the resulting spray patterns from Veteran Alkota Cleaning System employee Scotty. 

ProTips: Common causes and Solutions to loss of pressure for Alkota Cleaning Systems August 08 2013, 0 Comments

Learn about pressure loss causes and solutions from Wade an Alkota Cleaning Systems expert.

Cuda Automatic Parts Washer Advantage June 28 2013, 0 Comments

Compare dangerous solvents with the CUDA-clean solution in your facility, with the parts you clean day in and day out. A demo will show how CUDA Automatic Parts Washers use