HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish HVLP Sprayer
Achieving a smooth, even topcoat is astonishingly easy if you're armed with the HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish Sprayer. Thanks to its HVLP design, you get minimal overspray, meaning the finish goes on your project rather than all over your shop. The sprayer is ideal for thinner viscosity materials such as clear sealer, polyurethane, primer, stain and varnish, but may also be used with paint, provided the material is thinned properly with the included viscosity cup. The sprayer is easy to set up, easy to use and easy to clean. It has a tight spray pattern that is ideal for working finish into varied surfaces like deck spindles, furniture, louvered shutters and latticework. The adjustable spray cap and trigger control give the user easy control over the shape of the spray pattern.
- Spray cap is adjustable for three different spray patterns: horizontal, vertical, and circular.
- Brass spray needle and housing offers maximum durability.
- High volume low pressure (HVLP) design minimizes overspray, mess and waste.
- Trigger control knob is adjustable for spray patterns from 1'' to 6'' wide.
- Viscosity cup makes it easy to dilute coatings for optimal results.
- Air nozzle can be attached to use the sprayer as a blower for removing dust etc.
(1) 27 oz. Paint Cup
(1) Viscosity Cup (for checking coating viscosity)
(1) Air Nozzle (for use as a blower)
(1) Cleaning Brush
|Manufacturer Part Number||C800766.D|
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The unit is also easy to clean. The paint bucket is made of a plastic which almost repels the paint material (high surface tension, I suppose). This means it cleans up nicely. A quick few swirls of a small amount of paint thinner in the bucket cleaned the bucket. Discard this, then add a little more paint thinner and run the sprayer until all the paint is cleared. Wipe down external surfaces and the feed tube, then clean the nozzle cover and wipe the nozzle area. That's pretty much it.
I had hoped to set up a paint booth in my garage, but I think the overspray is a little too much for the enclosed space, so I used it outside. Perhaps it would work inside if properly ventilated, or if using latex paint. The instructions suggest that you practice with water on cardboard, to get a feel for how it works, and I would agree with that.
Anyhow, I have always avoided sprayers as I thought they would be difficult to use and clean up. This one is definitely not a problem! Give it a try.
I use it with all types of paint, top coats and stains. 5*
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