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Wagner Power Products 0417005 HVLP Control Sprayer
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- Perfect spray tip adjusts to 3 positions
- Powerful, integrated air turbine
- Replaceable filters keep particles out of paint
- HVLP control sprayer for spraying thin materials such as deck stain, wood sealers, and more
- Maximum control, low overspray; 3 pattern shapes; variable flow control; 4 psi at 40 cfm
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- Sprays stains, sealer, finish-grade enamels, and other light-bodied materials
- Great for finishing deck railings, lawn furniture, playsets, grills, kids furniture, and more
- Includes high-speed turbine, 1 quart plastic cup and vixosity cup
- Lock-n-Go technology
- 3-position pattern control (round, horizontal and vertical)
HVLP Sprayer For Small Projects
The Wagner Control Spray uses HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure) air power technology to spray thin materials such as stains, sealers, urethanes, varnishes, and lacquers. It features an outdoor rated air turbine for a continuous flow of material and air producing a professional fine finish whether staining your deck or refinishing your lawn furniture. A three position air cap adjusts the spray pattern for either vertical fan, horizontal fan, or round pattern shapes to most effectively get the job done quickly and with the best even coverage. Material flow is easily controlled with the variable trigger allowing the user to spray ½ inch wide to 6 inch wide patterns. Sets up in less than 5 minutes and cleans up in less than 10 minutes.
The Wagner control spray uses hvlp (high volume low pressure) air power technology to spray thin materials such as stains, sealers, urethanes, varnishes, and lacquers. It features an outdoor rated air turbine for a continuous flow of material and air producing a professional fine finish whether staining your deck or refinishing your lawn furniture. A three position air cap adjusts the spray pattern for either vertical fan, horizontal fan, or round pattern shapes to most effectively get the job done quickly and with the best even coverage. Material flow is easily controlled with the VARIABLE trigger allowing the user to spray 1/2 inch wide to 6 inch wide patterns. Sets up in less than 5 minutes and cleans up in less than 10 minutes.
From the Manufacturer
This Wagner power paint sprayer uses HVLP air technology to spray thin materials with maximum control and lower overspray than traditional sprayers. Pattern shapes can be changed from vertical or horizontal fan patterns for larger surfaces to round patterns for more detail work. Material size and flow rate are adjustable at the trigger. Sprayable materials include deck stains, clear wood sealers, waterproofers and enamels. Great for deck railings, yard play sets, kids toys, and yard furniture.
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1. Read the directions.
2. Read them again.
3. Pop quiz--what does it say to do after cleaning with mineral spirits?
You get the idea. So, it takes a bit of getting used-to. The trigger is two-stage. Try it out with a the container filled with water. Play with the nozzle and get a feel for the spray direction. Play with the flow-control screw to understand how it will work with thin materials (oil-based whatever) or thick (latex) Next, pay really good mind to the condition of the paint you're using. Brand new can? Half empty? Mix well, thin well, strain often. Fill the spayer's container, and DO NOT LET IT SIT--get to work.
I used this twice a day for 10 minutes a shot for 4 straight days with quality (InterlXX Schooner varnish) and thinner. It took a bit of getting used to. The first time, I didn't thin enough, and my flow rate was set high. (turned out a bit splotchy) Second time I thinned too much, and flow rate was too low. (insufficient coverage) Increased flow rate, and it ran, but only slightly. Shut it down and cleaned it (improperly)
Next day, glops (UGH!!) Why? I didn't rinse the mineral spirits with water afterwards, as directed (small sidebar). I finally figured out that, for me, running mineral spirits into an empty large yogurt container (which I could strain and partially reuse) and following with warm tap water could get things cleaned up in 5 minutes or so.
After I got a "system" down, it would deliver very good results. Is this the $50 alternative to a $600 hvlp turbine for furniture shops? No. Does it work for me? Mostly. I have to admit, the final finish was done by foam brush for consistency. I think if I had the time and money to keep buying expensive cans of varnish, I could have gotten better with the Wagner.
Next, I used it with water-based dyes on yet another kayak. Worked GREAT. Super-consistent and fast. Cleanup was 3 cups of water shot through it between colors.
Next, some old latex on the shed. THINNED HEAVILY. Works. (Not sure what the guy who said it was "slow" was doing) Not great, but I got the door painted, the trim and everything in 15 minutes.
You want a perfect finish? Take the time to learn what setting works for what you're doing. I firmly believe that the majority of the negative reviews were from those who A) didn't read the directions, B) didn't clean the machine properly C) failed to thin adequately D) didn't bother to strain their finish. Painting takes a bit of finesse, folks. This thing isn't a free ride, but works as well or better than I had anticipated.
Takes a second to get going. I just pull the trigger at full blast and wait about 15 to 20 seconds and then it starts to spray. Best to keep a constant spray going or start spraying to the side (not toward the thing you are painting) because the first bit that comes out tends to come out as a bit of a splatter which you either need to brush/roll out or try to blend in. Otherwise, it has been completely reliable through 5 different colors and types of paint so far with little to no complication.
I love how the straw that dips into the paint can is angled. So that way if you want to spray in a particular direction, you can open it up and turn the straw in that direction to ensure the straw is always submerged in the bulk of the paint. This was such a simple, yet great, feature for painting furniture since I had to paint from a downward angle sometimes, upward others, and on the side in some spots.
I had an mid-range air-compressor sprayer before made entirely of metal and this outperformed it by a mile. The air-compressor one was way harder to clean fully, was very finicky with different paints (everything had to be diluted no matter what), and would suddenly stop spraying for no apparent reason. NONE of this happened with this Wagner sprayer.
Couldn't be happier!