|Item Weight||4.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 9.5 x 7.8 inches|
|Item model number||GPCT18|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Paint Zoom Paint Sprayer
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|Item Dimensions||9.5 x 14 x 7.8 in||9 x 5 x 12.5 in||10.2 x 10.9 x 5.3 in||6.7 x 15.9 x 13.9 in||14 x 7 x 11.5 in||12 x 18.5 x 12 in|
Simple one-touch operation cuts your time and paint cost in half - Advanced spray technology delivers superior, one-coat coverage - Reach tight corners and angles with 3-way direct dial spray head. - No Drip application for easy cleanup - Eliminates the need for rollers, brushes and paint tray
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However you find this review, let me just start by saying that if this were such a great product as shown on TV paint professionals would be using it on their jobs everywhere. The reason they are not is that PaintZoom, like many other cheap paint sprayers, is not an airless paint sprayer. In general, paint sprayers come in two kinds; one uses a liquid pump to force the paint onto the surface and the other uses air to push the paint out with an air jet. The expensive and professional kind is the airless one. So what are the big downsides with the HVLP (air) paint sprayer like PaintZoom? First of all, because the sprayer is basically just an airpump with a paint bottle attached to it, it requires that the paint must be thin enough to be lifted by air jet and sprayed out evenly. This is a big deal! The viscosity requirement makes it time consuming to dilute the paint with water and constantly checking its viscosity with supplied viscosity cup. Because if the paint is too thick it won't spray evenly if its too thin it will be runny and wavy under the air jet. I have to tell you that ALL paints and primers have to be diluted tremendously to meet the viscosity requirement. That means that you will have to spray twice or three times to get the same thinkness of coating you would normally do with undiluted paint. Other downsides of such air based paint sprayer include dusty surroundings especially for indoor projects and massy cleanups.
Anyway, you get the picture--its not an effortless, quick solution to your weekend paint project like the TV infomercial would lead you to believe. Paintsprayer for easier weekend projects is a great idea. But I would suggest spending extra $80 to get a $200 airless sprayer.
I used the Paint Zoom to paint concrete block that had been painted previously and it worked well. No one in the videos is using a mask or eye protection. I suggest you do especially if you are in a confined space. I also recommend you have an old toothbrush handy for cleaning the nozzle each time you fill the paint cup. When cleaning I suggest you turn the spray gun upside down and while holding the trigger open, run water through the tube to clear the nozzle.
I would recommend this product.
By using, I mean attempting to get the thing to work. It just spit the paint onto the wall. I tried adjusting the nozel and the distance to the wall. It would just not evenly cover any area. I may have covered a square foot in 30 minutes. The machine also got real hot resting on my hip.
It truly is a piece of garbage. I would not recommend even trying it.