|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.3 x 5 x 1.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||2012|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime when used as instructed|
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Sold as each. Features first full grip trigger with 2 times leverage action for effortless spraying. Universal fit for all cans. Fits all hand sizes. Ambidextrous. Arthritis-friendly comfort grip design. Made in the USA from 77.3% recycled plastic. Lifetime warranty. Carded. Manufacturer number: 02012. SKU #: 1390657. Country of origin: (TBA). Distributed by Safeworld International.
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When this arrived, I was very excited to see if there is much of a difference between hand-spray painted and gun-spray painted work. The last picture shows the un-evenness that can result from hand spray painting (a little of this is also inexperience spray painting). It took more force that I was able to get the Rust-Oleum Vintage Copper into the gun, so I had to ask for help. After a little experimentation, I found that the easiest way to get it into the gun is to place the can of paint, nozzle facing away from you on the ground (lay the can length-wise, not upright), put you foot against it to prevent is from rolling off, and then take the gun, only holding the black portion and press it into the nozzle head. With a little click, it should go it without too much force. It might take a few tries to get used to it, but it comes easily after.
I recently had a friend over for some DIYing, he hates spray painting as it hurts his hand, but after trying my spray paint gun, he really ended up enjoying the process. I've switched spray paints over ten times now and the gun contraption has not loosened or broken. Overall, this is great for getting an even coat on your spray paint projects, and requires much less effort and elbow grease. Even if you are starting with a small project, this investment is well worth it for you fingers! I'm very happy with this paint gun and recommend it highly. Happy DIYing!
This item does alleviate that issue. However, I find that it does not give the user as much control during application. it seems bulky and cumbersome.
Also, if you are painting an item that requires you to tilt the can sideways and upside down a bit, the can holder will spin slowly on top of the can. This will lead to the paint annoyingly getting deposited on the inside of the holder (and missing your project).
Plus the holder is very hard to attach to the top of the paint can. Can't imagine how it could possibly turn due to how tight it is to get on, but it does. I feared of the plastic holder breaking just trying to get it on the can.