Rated 4.1 out of 5Â by 49
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Sharon My First Paint Sprayer!
I have been reading about this sprayer on many blogs for a while and have been comparing to other sprayers. And after reading the reviews and how this sprayer has very little over spray, I knew it was the one to go with.
You need to mix your paint to thin it out then strain it, then the rest is very easy. The sprayer works great. Its not to heavy and feels balanced in your hand. It was very easy to use and worked great painting my large detailed picture frames. And its really easy to clean. I recommend this sprayer highly for all your jobs big and small.
December 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by handyManFirstTimer Awesome sprayer!
Researched; ordered online because of reviews. I figured bad reviews were from those who fail to thin properly. I was right. My Home Depot best quality water-based enamel said to thin no more than 8 ounces - I had to thin it 32 OUNCES and this airless sprayer worked flawlessly! See the pictures for yourself. Two hours of use and almost no drips while shooting the ceiling. See photo. Some advice: get a bucket of hot soapy water and a small pan of rinse water. A toothbrush for scrubbing parts and an ear swab and bent paper clip to keep air channels clear. Clean parts frequently while paint is damp, not after it dries! I will order a spare paint bowl for quick soapy water cleaning between refills. PROS: not noisy like Wagner sprayers, this IS an AIR sprayer with a strong motor atomizing the paint inside streams of air yielding a beautiful straight-line pattern. There will be overspray from all the air, so my wall corners sprayed the next day did overspray some up onto the ceiling. Best use is with adequate taping and covering of nearby surfaces. Plastic used in molding this sprayer repels paint well, and dried paint even came off with hot soapy water and scrubbing. CONS: must use screwdriver to wash the air filters. Should have been a twist-on top like the bowl. If the motor leads were longer and had a quick disconnect we could immerse the handle for easier cleaning. Plan on 45 minutes for cleaning at the end of the day. Don't let the paint dry in the air channels!!! And DO thin to the required timing of the included 'run-out-cup'. I'm happy with my purchase for the price.
March 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by FeelLikeAPro "Life Saver" Paint Sprayer!
I am the world's worst painter. This was my first time I have ever used a paint sprayer and I cannot believe how easy (fast) the Home Right Finish Max Finish HVLP Paint Sprayer was to use. I printed my Kitchen cabinets first with a roller & brush and no matter what - I had streaks and drips. Then I repainted them with the sprayer - wow it looked like a professional had done the job.
I recommend to practice with the paint sprayer with water on cardboard first, so get a feeling on how it handles (cleaning up is easy). And make sure you have properly prepared the area too, because this paint sprayer had a lot of power. You cannot go wrong with the price. I know will be painting more things now.
September 30, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Homemaker First time user and buyer of a paint sprayer
After reading many reviews, blogs and researching sprayers I found this one and it had all high scores. I decided to take a chance and glad that I did. It made all of our projects go by so quickly. About a third of the time. Only thing that took us a while to get the hang of what that we needed to dilute and strain our water based paint that kept clogging the tube. Once we figured that out we had no issues.
February 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MyRepurposedLife Command Max beats competition
I have used a high powered electric sprayer that has tons of overspray-which would be great if you're painting a house. However for painting furniture or other items you can't beat the value and performance of this sprayer. It makes painting spindles on chairs, tables or your deck so easy!
It's a lot like a gravity fed (used with a compressor) but oh so much more convenient.
I've had this sprayer for about a year, and have used it many, many times. (maybe 30 or more projects?)
I love the finish I get, and how smooth the paint goes on.
There is very little odor and overspray. I think it is a snap to clean with a garden hose compared to other sprayers I've used.
On occasion I have had the trigger get stuck, but no paint comes out...the motor just stays on. I think for the price, this is the sprayer to get.
I recommend straining your paint (especially if it isn't a new can).
I have never had this spray spit or sputter paint. I keep the little tube pointed toward the front and it practically uses up all the paint in the cup.
Again, for the price, you can't beat this sprayer.
July 16, 2012