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Skelleyman 12-07-2012 08:27 AM

Good Air Gun Sprayer for DIY'er exterior home painting
 
Hello Friends,
So what's a good spray system for a DIY'r such as myself for painting the exterior of my house? In 99-2003 I worked in a specialty gas manufacturing plant and worked in the paint shop painting all different sized steel cylinders of all different weights as well. They had a kickin' system, Graco gun and pump system where you put the pump right on a 5 Gal bucket of latex paint. It fed back to one of the main compressors. It worked great. However, I can't get maneuver a 5 Gal bucket on a ladder so I'm wondering why the pro's use. My house isn't two stories so I won’t necessarily need scaffolding. I do have a 40-50 gal air compressor and can use that. I'm open to suggestions. I will be using most likely a latex stain or paint.
Suggestions on a decent, quality portable spray system?
Thanks,
~S

Canarywood1 12-07-2012 12:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Skelleyman (Post 1068234)
Hello Friends,
So what's a good spray system for a DIY'r such as myself for painting the exterior of my house? In 99-2003 I worked in a specialty gas manufacturing plant and worked in the paint shop painting all different sized steel cylinders of all different weights as well. They had a kickin' system, Graco gun and pump system where you put the pump right on a 5 Gal bucket of latex paint. It fed back to one of the main compressors. It worked great. However, I can't get maneuver a 5 Gal bucket on a ladder so I'm wondering why the pro's use. My house isn't two stories so I won’t necessarily need scaffolding. I do have a 40-50 gal air compressor and can use that. I'm open to suggestions. I will be using most likely a latex stain or paint.
Suggestions on a decent, quality portable spray system?
Thanks,
~S



Forgot to add the link sorry, http://www.cjspray.com/homeowner-spr...er-262800.html


You don't want/need an air compressor with one of these units,but you do need to back roll.

joecaption 12-07-2012 05:28 PM

Really need an airless spray unit, Unless you have used one before you can make a real mess a whole lot faster.
Unless your willing to spend at least $400.00 your going to spend way to much time playing with it trying to get it to work.
If you really want to do this and it's the only job you have for it you may want to try renting one.
With an airless the unit sits on the ground and you use long hoses with the gun attached.


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