Ryobi has taken a good idea — the portable garden sprayer — one step further with their new Electrostatic Sprayer.

This product is something do-it-yourselfers everywhere can really appreciate, and I’m going to tell you why.

But let’s back up for a second.

Electrostatic Sprayer: New Twist, Old Idea

If you watch the Today’s Homeowner TV show often, you may have seen us use a battery-powered garden sprayer. It’s much easier to handle than an older pump sprayer, that’s for sure.

But this tool, a fixture for avid gardeners, was long overdue for new technology and added convenience. And Ryobi’s latest version fits the bill.

Ryobi developed this new unit to help people disinfect their homes and small businesses more efficiently. But it’s also great for applying cleaning solutions, herbicides, pesticides and other lawn and garden products.

Understanding Electrostatic Technology

This product offers precise spray patterns from 2 to 10 feet, but the electrostatic component is what makes it special.

As the mist of liquid leaves the product, particles are electrostatically charged. Then, they are attracted to surfaces that aren’t even in the direct path of the stream!

That delivers much better coverage in hard-to-reach places, and it reduces the time required to do the job by up to 50%.

Best of all for Ryobi fans, this electrostatic sprayer uses the same 18-volt battery you already have in the garage.

Find Ryobi One+ Electrostatic Sprayer at The Home Depot 

Watch the video to learn all about this Best New Product!

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Jodi Marks

Jodi Marks

Best New Products Host

Jodi Marks is a construction expert and television personality who’s always on the lookout for ways to make a job easier as she hosts “Best New Products” for Today’s Homeowner. After obtaining a degree in psychology, she joined her father's construction company as a project manager. Jodi's career in television began when she was selected to co-host the series Fix It Up! on Home and Garden Television (HGTV). She went on to host several other shows on HGTV, Turner South, and TBS, and co-created The Tile Doctor series with Paul Wilson. Jodi also earned her general contractor's and real estate licenses in Georgia and has been renovating and flipping houses.

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