Originally Posted by RigglePLC
Ignore previous stuff. So you are applying 88 ounces per thousand sqft.
Your 25 gallon tank holds 3200 ounces.
You will cover 3200/88 or 36 thousand sqft per tank.
You need 1.8 times 36 equals 65 ounces per tank.
Do not reduce the amount of the other products. Add enough of each product to cover 36 thousand sqft.
We are typing at the same time. Ric knows his stuff.
I wouldn't have jumped in except. I was even confused by the answers being given and I used to Teach Material Calculation at my local college. Over thinking a problem can be the Problem.
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