The best solution for overspray of a standard nozzle is to point your nozzle at plants, since that is what your cham is most likely to drink off of anyway. If you are still having a problem, you can use some cheap clear shower curtain hung in your problem area. Make sure to tuck the bottom into your drainage system though or the water will still drip off of the curtain onto everything else.Hey, if you are using a screen cage, does the mist and water spray outside the cage and get the surroundings wet?
Rob, if you have any issues with the system please let me know. ZipDrip works perfectly fine if installed properly. No need to bash the product, I'll gladly help you tweak it to work like in the video.the drip just happens i even spent the extra money for mistkings zipdrip valve be glad ya saved ur money it dont work.. DRIP HAPPENS
not bashin the product i use it it just doesnt work... an it wasnt an isnt an issue of hookin it up wrong it worked in the begining... for a month or so
The AquaZamp nozzle kits and RainDome's Rob is mentioning you ask me about are a great option. The components used in AquaZamp systems are made in the USA and are NSF certified. The pumps in the AquaZamp systems are also made in the USA, they are NSF and Water Quality Association certified (two year warranty).shoot summoner12 a pm hes got great customer service im sure hed be more then happy to give you a price on nozzles and any fitting you may need he hooked me up with some nozzles