|Item Weight||2.11 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.9 x 6.7 x 13.9 inches|
|Item model number||0529010|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Wagner Spraytech 0529010 FLEXiO 590 Handheld HVLP Paint Sprayer, Sprays Unthinned Latex, Includes Two, iSpray Detail Finish Nozzle, Complete Adjustability for All Needs
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- PERFECT FOR A VARIETY OF PROJECTS: The Flexio 590 paint sprayer is great for applying a superior finish on furniture, walls, ceilings, exterior siding, fences, cabinets, trim and more
- TWO NOZZLES INCLUDED: iSpray nozzle is ideal for spraying larger jobs and Detail Finish Nozzle is great for small projects and fine finishing
- SPRAY UNTHINNED MATERIALS: X-Boost turbine delivers the power to spray unthinned interior and exterior paints and stains
- ADJUSTABLE PAINT FLOW: X-Boost Power Dial has 10 speed settings to easily adjust the flow of material and achieve precise control. Pattern adjustment can be horizontal or vertical and wide or narrow
- 10 TIMES FASTER THAN A BRUSH: This paint sprayer covers an 8’ x 10’ surface in 1 min for stains and 5 min for latex paints and can spray up to 8.0 gallons per hour. Plus, clean-up only takes 5 minutes
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From the manufacturer
Flexibility for Indoor and Outdoor Painting Projects
Faster Way to a Better Finish
The Wagner FLEXiO 590 applies a consistent finish on indoor and outdoor home improvement projects and is 10x faster than a brush to get projects done quickly. The sprayer comes with an iSpray nozzle for large projects and Detail Finish nozzle for fine finishing.
Faster Than a Brush or Roller
Using a brush or roller can take time and effort, but you’ll have any project done in a flash with the FLEXiO 590. This sprayer can cover an 8’ x 10’ surface in just 5 minutes and has few parts for quick and easy clean-up.
Spray Unthinned Paints and Stains
The FLEXiO 590 has the power to spray interior and exterior paints and stains right from the can including 2-in-1 paints and primers, latex and oil enamels.
- 10x Faster than a brush
- More control less mess
- Quick and easy cleanup
- Includes 2 front end nozzles
- iSpray nozzle: Large projects
- Detail Finish nozzle: Small projects and fine finishing
Why hire someone to do a job you can get done yourself? Use the FLEXiO 590 to easily apply a great finish on your home exterior.
The FLEXiO 590 can paint a wall 10 times faster than a brush or roller, making it the go-to option when painting any room.
Large decks and fences are no match for the FLEXiO 590. Use this innovative sprayer to quickly apply a flawless finish without brush marks.
Use the Detail Finish nozzle for small projects like cabinets and trim that require fine finishing work.
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|Item Dimensions||15.9 x 6.7 x 13.9 inches||18.5 x 12 x 12 inches||9.5 x 6 x 12.5 inches||5.2 x 12.5 x 9.8 inches||3 x 3 x 8 inches||9.45 x 5.91 x 7.87 inches|
The Wagner FLEXiO 590 is an indoor/outdoor hand-held sprayer kit for all projects. The X-Boost turbine produces unmatched power and provides adjustable control, full coverage, and low overspray. The Flexio 590 comes with two nozzles to meet the needs of any project. The iSpray nozzle delivers a professional finish spaying broad surfaces with residential unthinned paints. The Detail Finish nozzle is ideal for small projects and fine finishing. Unit includes a Detail Finish Nozzle, iSpray Nozzle, and storage case.
From the Manufacturer
The Wagner FLEXiO 590 is an indoor/outdoor hand-held sprayer kit for all projects. The X-Boost turbine produces unmatched power and provides adjustable control, full coverage, and low overspray. The Flexio 590 comes with two nozzles to meet the needs of any project. The iSpray nozzle delivers a professional finish spaying broad surfaces with residential unthinned paints. The Detail Finish nozzle is ideal for small projects and fine finishing. The Flexio provides advanced user comfort being 50% quieter and 20% lighter than traditional airless sprayers.
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In short, thing is awesome. I had some major issues the first time working with it, many similar to what others are commenting about, but I'll leave some tips later down in the review I solved those.
I purchased a 1959 home that I've been completely gutting, so I picked up this gun to do new paint on everything in the house -- doors, trim, shelves, walls -- you name it. The only thing I DIDN'T do with this gun is the ceilings. I opted to have those rolled out instead. But for everything else, it's been awesome. I'm about 90% done with the project and I would do it all over again with this gun if I had the change. Absolutely recommended.
I had a lot of problems the first time using the gun, but most of them seemed to be due to not cleaning the tip properly during use. So here are some things I wish I knew before I got started:
1. HUGELY IMPORTANT -- MAKE SURE to keep the tip clear of any debris!!! The manual tells you this, BUT it doesn't really explain HOW. When I first started using the gun, I was making sure to wipe the tip with a damp rag, as suggested. I did this quite often. No problem. What I DIDN'T realize, is that it's not the actual tip that matters the most. In fact, it's the little gap/ring SURROUNDING the tip that seems to cause troubles. If you look at the tip, you'll see that there's a little gap all the way around it. If you swipe paint off the actual tip, sometimes the little drying pieces of paint will get stuck in this gap. This is what caused the most trouble for me. Even the tiniest piece that gets stuck in there will cause the to spit and splatter. TRUST me. Keep that thing free of ALL debris. What I did was just kept a little tooth brush type brush on me at all times and would brush it out here and there to make sure it was clean. Most of the time, it would get a piece in there after wiping the actual tip clean. To avoid this, just pinch the tip and pull away from it to clean it, instead of swiping left or right.
2. Some people mentioned that the gun would spew/leak from the tip without pulling the trigger. I actually experienced this once, too. I realized that it was simply due to a piece of debris stuck somewhere in the tip housing that wasn't allowing it to close all the way. Simple fix. Just remove the paint bucket and then disassemble the tip and give everything a quick brush or rinse. That should do the trick. Make sure the black ring that holds the tip assembly to the gun is firmly tightened as well.
3. Make sure to read the manual and match the power setting on the gun to the type of material you're using. I was using mostly latex, and was having the best luck around 6 on the power setting. No more than 6, no less than 5. I was using it at a lower power setting at first because the 5/6 seemed way too high, but it's just about learning how to control the spray and keep it moving along the project.
I purchased this sprayer to tackle some interior remodeling jobs: paint new baseboard and door casings prior to installation, paint 6 interior doors, paint 3 bifolds. My first use was with Behr Premium Semi-Gloss Enamel in ultra white. I followed the directions that advise "Do not thin latex paint except in extreme scenarios" and set out to paint my new baseboards and casings. The sprayer simply could not do it. I tried every variety of settings possible, high air, low volume, low air, high volume, everywhere in between. The sprayer would just shoot out huge globs of paint that would never qualify for any sort of painting. I reverted back to a brush for the trim pieces, cleaned the gun, and set out to do some more research on HVLP.
Next up was the interior doors - My research led me to purchasing cone strainers for filling the paint container to keep out any foreign material from the gun. As this was a finish coat, I added a generous dose of 'Flood' paint leveler. I add 'Flood' (bought at the orange box) any time I am doing finish trim work to help create a level coat. And finally - I mixed in warm, clean water right into the gun's paint container along with my semi-gloss enamel and Flood. I used my paint mixing screwgun attachment and mixed this up thoroughly until I had a very thin mixture. The instructions advise that you should not have to thin out latex paints however reality showed otherwise after my first try with the trim.
I set up my doors vertically and began spraying. After an initial test on some scrap wood I had the gun working great! Because I was spraying latex paint, I kept the air flow very high. Also as it was thicker paint (even after the Flood and water), I kept the paint flow as low as I could get the adjustment screw set without falling out. I decided multiple thin coats was far more ideal than a clumpy finish. The results were incredible! The gun produced a perfect spray finish on all my doors. I sprayed each side 3 times, alternating spray directions as they were raised panel doors. I waiting for the coats to dry, flipped the doors, and did the same on the other side.
One minor note; while waiting for coats to dry I did have to refill, remix (add water), and re-stir the gun's paint container. I also had to get it flushed clean in between coats so the latex paint drying in the gun's passages wouldn't shoot out and ruin my finish.
Buy strainers for filling the paint container
Add some 'Flood' or similar leveler
Add water to particularly thick latex paints like trim/door enamel
Cover EVERYTHING in the room you are spraying, unless you want atomized paint on it (I built a spray room in the garage by hanging plastic sheeting from the ceiling to the floor)
Use a good quality respirator while spraying, not a cheap-o doctors mask type, a real filtering 3M cartridge respirator
By ektaylor9274 on October 1, 2016
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The spray tip needed to be wiped often as dry paint tends accumulate with time. Taking the sprayer appart to wash and dry is a bit of a pain at first but is quickly mastered.
I recommend this product to do-it-yourselfers that want to save time painting and to save money hiring someone to do the job.
Reviewed in Mexico on March 23, 2021
small one i sprayed kitchen cabinets with. good for detail. need to thin paint though.