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Paint Ready Sprayer
The PaintREADY Sprayer features new technology making it possible to achieve a professional spray-on finish for your interior walls and ceilings and is perfect for spraying stains, sealers and unthinned latex. The patented iSpray nozzle provides a high quality roller like finish and allows you to spray unthinned latex on interior surfaces in less time than traditional paint applicators. The patented flow-through turbine provides ideal power for any project while the Lock?n Go split gun design means the PaintREADY Sprayer can easily go from one painting job to another. The PaintREADY Sprayer gives total control for your specific painting project with its adjustable spray pattern and paint flow controls. Dial in each setting to give you perfect results on any project. It is perfect for mid-sized projects with a production rate of up to 10 fluid ounces per minute. The 1-1/2 quart cup can cover up to 125 square feet in one fill. Edges, corners and broad interior surfaces can now be sprayed with some basic masking and without the tedious effort of a brush, saving time for other projects. 1-Year warranty.
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Paint Ready Sprayer is rated
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Rated 3 out of
Electric-Powered High Volume Low Pressure 0529002I have used several Wagner products before and this one has some very good features such as paint capacity and the ability to control the spray amount. It makes the unit fairly heavy when you are trying to control the spray pattern to be sure it is even. The flow control didn't work particularly well; I couldn't tell the difference. You can adjust the spray pattern and that is helpful. It does a one hour paint job in about 10 minutes once all the pre work is done to cover everything. not being painted. For the price, it is a good value, and works for smaller jobs as advertised. Clean up is fairly easy, but it is critical to be sure it is clean after using it.
Date published: 2013-09-14
Rated 1 out of
Stick with a brushAdvertised, as per the box, as able to spray un-thinned latex paint.
After reading the instruction manual I learned this was not always the case but I decided to try it any way. My initial attempt with the un-thinned paint clogged the sprayer immediately. After cleaning the sprayer I attempted to spray again with generously thinned latex paint, it sprayed with a terrible spray pattern. I cleaned the sprayer a second time and was able to spray plain water with a nice even spray pattern. Then the motor section on the rear of the gun fell out of the housing. I noticed the two screws designed to hold it in place weren't tightened. I would recommend sticking with a brush or roller.
Date published: 2013-09-22
Rated 5 out of
Great sprayerWe painted our cabinets and wanted the "professional look" that can only be obtained by spraying. My wife went to Lowe's and after an hour of interactions with multiple FANTASTIC staff members, decided on the Wagner PaintReady Sprayer. I took it out of the box and was spraying within 20 minutes, including reading the instructions. WOW, results are fantastic! Can't tell from the pic, but the finish is even and perfect. We brushed on one coat of primer and then sprayed Valspar Reserve Paint+Primer, no thinning required. Easy to switch from horizontal/vertical spray, holds plenty of paint. I definitely recommend to anyone that wants great results from a $99 sprayer.
Date published: 2014-09-16
Rated 1 out of
Nozzle Tip Cracked during 2nd useWorked great first use. Started dripping paint profusely during 2nd use. Cleaned and found the cracked nozzle tip. Apparently a common problem, and I will call customer service to get some replacement nozzles. I believe this is due to turning the nozzle assembly to adjust from vertical to horizontal pattern. The black plunger/piston on my unit does not turn easily. And it is the nozzle tip that turns the plunger/piston when you adjust pattern. Once I get replacement nozzle, I will avoid adjusting, or do it very slowly and gently. If this technique improves durability, I will post a follow-up. But definitely a design deficiency.
Date published: 2013-10-06
Rated 1 out of
Must be something wrongI got the sprayer set up, read the directions, and started painting. It was spraying a little thick, so released the trigger to adjust the flow, as in the directions, the paint kept dribbling out of the orffice, all over the paint container, and all over my floor of my garage. It had also sprayed globs of paint on the doors I was painting as it bled off the pressure. I had to set it down to get a brush to smooth out the globs. It was still oozing out paint so I picked it up and sprayed the other door I had to do, then I had the puddling problem all over again.
I will be returning this item.
Date published: 2013-10-19
Rated 1 out of
Had to returnI already owned one of these at home but was over 7 years old and decided to get a new one to paint my laundry room. Item was already put together in the box and ready to go. After reading all of the instructions, put in the paint and began to spray. They spray was great and it was easy to use BUT, when you let up on the trigger paint began to pour out the front of the sprayer for about 30 seconds. I continued to make adjustments and try again; however, each time I sprayed the paint came pouring out the front of the sprayer each time I sprayed. It made such a colossal mess and I was soooooooooo disappointed. Customer Service had no problem taking it back.
Date published: 2013-10-15
Rated 3 out of
Not impressed, but getting the job done.I bought this sprayer to paint an exposed basement ceiling. I've never used a sprayer before and figured this would go faster than rolling or brushing around every nook and cranny. Even though I was doing the ceiling, I never tilted it more than 45 degrees. Everything was going fine until about 30 minutes in. Like others report, hot air came out of the blower and dried the paint to the nozzle. After 45 minutes, the paint started oozing out without a finger on the trigger.
Date published: 2013-08-21
Rated 3 out of
Quite a mess!The price was right, but what a mess I had. When you pause in your painting, the vacuum pressure keeps dribbling out paint even though you're not pressing the trigger. If you're not careful and still have the unit facing your project(in my case it was a garage door), it spits and spurts globs of paint. Then you either let them go or brush them out. Perhaps if one was to practice with a closet first, you might get the hand of things by the time you were done. Then, you'd be ready for your real project.