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Husky HVLP and Standard Gravity Feed Spray Gun Kit
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Husky

HVLP and Standard Gravity Feed Spray Gun Kit

  • Kit Features: (1) HVLP Spray Gun and (1) Conventional Spray gun
  • Stainless steel needles for ultimate reliability
  • Precision spray cap for perfect pattern
$79.98 /each

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Husky spray guns feature stainless steel needles and precision air caps for reliability and perfect paint atomization. All Husky Spray Guns have the controls located at the rear of the gun to allow comfortable use by left and right hand operators. This Husky spray gun kit features both a conventional and HVLP spray gun both with 600 cc paint cups. Husky HVLP (high volume-low pressure) technology provides high material transfer efficiency, eliminates paint waste and requires lower air volume. Both spray guns in this kit are ideal for high volume paint application for car refurbishing, industrial, wall painting and woodwork. These guns are not suitable for use with Latex Paint. The guns are easy to clean and come complete with a cleaning brush set and multi wrench. The kit also includes in-line regulators, extra paint cups and paint filters.

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  • 600 cc and 120 cc paint cups
  • Stainless steel needles for ultimate reliability
  • Precision spray cap for perfect pattern
  • Smooth/comfortable trigger pull

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What kind of paint can I use with this kit?

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Brooklyn, NY
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January 18, 2014
The description says that these guns are not suitable for latex paints. I am trying to paint interior walls inexpensively - what kind of paint can I use?
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October 2, 2016
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Oil based. You have to get another nozzle to use latex (see Oct. 2015 postings)
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December 18, 2015
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I just used an interior latex to paint a dresser. Used a thinning solution, sold by HD, and it worked wonderfully.
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March 3, 2015
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Almost any type of paint is acceptable. But you need to thin the paint per the paint manufactures specifications. The viscosity needs to be able to pour no thicker than pancake syrup.
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February 20, 2015
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It says no latex. I would use a an airless sprayer you can rent them for not much. This would create to much dust if used on walls and take too long. I would suggest using a 14 inch roller nap with wooster roller frame the mac truck inside airless sprayer outside.
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February 15, 2015
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I just submitted a post about using this gravity sprayer for interior latex paint to paint bannisters. Worked beautifully. No dilution necessary. Make sure you warm paint to room temperature for a few days, strain the paint with mesh before putting it in reservoir, and use the larger aperture nozzle (included). Also dial up the air feed and paint feed to highest flow rates.
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Seattle
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December 23, 2014
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These are gravity-feed spray guns, meaning you pour the paint into the gun's own container, through a strainer. So you don't connect the unit to the paint can/bucket in any way. It is NOT an airless or pump-type spray gun (like is often recommended for latex paints).
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December 10, 2014
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I have only ever used Behr Marquee Outdoor paint with a little paint thinner added. I believe you can use any paint... just keep in mind that indoor paint is thicker than outdoor paint. So if the paint doesn't go through the nozzle, add some paint thinner to your paint and you should be good to go!
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September 23, 2014
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I used this gun to spray oil based "Rustoleum" primer and paint on a restoration project of an Old aluminum boat. The directions state that it can be used with either water based or oil based paint. Very little thinning was required for this paint. I have not tried it with water based or latex paints but see no reason with a little experimenting with thinning that it should not work.
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Orange, Ca.
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February 3, 2014
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Hi Mrshirn, unfortunately these paint guns are designed to be used with stains, clear coat and enamel paints, such as automotive paint.
I would either rent a sprayer or use paint rollers.
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what tip size does these guns come in?

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Dalton Georgia
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November 22, 2013
I want to buy this kit but I need to know the tip size they come in
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October 26, 2015
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10/26/15 UPDATE to Painter: Thanks for your feedback. I called the number you gave to get the three 1.8mm parts and was referred to another number (800) 356-3392. The three parts come in a kit and my costs were $9.80 for parts and $5.95 for shipping.
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March 30, 2015
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According to the specs., it should come with 1.8mm & 1.4mm tips. I haven't purchased yet but want more info. on painting a restoration.
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March 3, 2015
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1.4 MM on both guns
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February 20, 2015
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1.4mm and 1.4mm HVLP to get 1.8mm nozzle, cap, and needle you have to call husky tools 1-888-43-HUSKY part numbers are here http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/dc/dc2849fb-843b-49d1-8f3b-89c9f17a26cd.pdf
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January 4, 2014
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Can this be used for exterior house painting?

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March 27, 2016
If so what sprayer in the kit would work? Or should I just go with an airless sprayer? I'd hate to have to buy one for interior walls and cabinets and one for exterior.
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September 11, 2016
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If you can point, you can paint. Make sure you have the right nozzle. You will be filling the canister very often when taking on a larger-area project. You have to decide on that one.
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June 15, 2016
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No way. Use an airless otherwise it will take an eternity.
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March 29, 2016
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Yes, the kit can be used for that application.
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March 29, 2016
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This sprayer is not designed for exterior house painting. These are fine finish sprayers ideal for painting, staining and priming automobiles, cabinets, interior and closet doors and moldings. They spray a very smooth fine coat. Exterior house painting requires a Graco or Wangner airless painters that apply several gallons of paint as opposed to several ounces of paint.
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Can I use these guns on a Harbor Freight 2.5hp 21 gal. compressor to paint a car?

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January 19, 2015
My HF compressor says that it's rated at 5.8cfm @40psi. The specs. on these guns say it only needs 4cfm@40 to operate. Is this true? Then shouldn't these guns be LVLP? Anyways, I was going to purchase the Spray-it 33000 LVLP, but after reading the excellent reviews & checking the specs on these guns, I'm leaning towards these HVLP guns. I just need some confirmation from anyone that paints cars regularly or someone that has painted a car with a similar set-up if this can be done with good atomization. Thanks.
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June 29, 2015
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Mine is a 26 gallon from harbor freight and it works fine with these guns but I painted my car in pieces so I don't know about an entire car
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March 3, 2015
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Almost all professional auto shops use the HVLP technology. This is High Volume Low Pressure . This means that the gun operates on lower air pressure (Usually 20 to 30 psi). This allows for less bounce back on the paint or more paint sticking to the work surface rather than dissipating into the air.
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If you are talking about the 21 gal. 2-1/2 HP 125 PSI Cast Iron Vertical Air Compressor
SKU 67847 then yes. CFM @ 5.8 @ 40 psi is plenty. I would use in line oil/water filter and make sure it remains above the compressor air hookup. I put it at the bottom of the spray gun.
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January 27, 2015
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Hi ProjectC10,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Yes, you are correct that these Husky Spray Guns will operate optimally with the 5.8cfm(@40psi) of air flow supplied by your compressor.
These spray guns give you full adjustability of the mixing rate of the air and paint along with a gravity feed design to deliver the great results that you are expecting.
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Hi ProjectC10,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
Yes, you are correct that these Husky Spray Guns will operate optimally with the 5.8cfm(@40psi) of air flow supplied by your compressor.
These spray guns give you full adjustability of the mixing rate of the air and paint along with a gravity feed design to deliver the great results that you are expecting.
The kit is complete with in-line regulators, extra spray cups and paint filters. There's even a cleaning brush kit.
Thank you for asking,
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HVLP and Standard Gravity Feed Spray Gun Kit is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well, even with latex Easy to assemble and clean. We used interior and exterior latex (both of which are not recommended according to the instructions) and had no problems spraying them on some cabinets. Compared to my big, airless sprayer, this tool has much less overspray and uses a lot less paint. It's also slower, but that's why I use it for smaller stuff like cabinets. In any case, it is still faster than brush or roller and creates a better finish. One tip: Keep the toothbrush-like cleaner handy when you are spraying. I found it handy to occasionally give the nozzle a quick brush during spray sessions.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best spray guns for the price I bought these last year and am using for car painting, so far they work nice, they spray and look like more expensive spray guns that ive tried before. Im sure it will work with house paint with the 1.8 tip and diluted with water. I havent tried it yet
Date published: 2016-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from gets job done First let me say this regarding negative reviews....PEOPLE....you HAVE to follow the instructions on use and care. Secondly, you have to use the appropriate product. Pancake syrup comsitency/viscoscity in the paint or primer and you will be just fine. Thirdly, and finally i bought this kit because it was taking a lot of paint and a lot of time tonpeime the drywall in my garage. I bought this kit and used kilz pva primer. Both work great together. Take your time, anything worth doing is worth doing right. I wanted to prime the garage walls to make my house more appealing to buyers when i list it next month. Right tool for the right job folks makes everything easier and faster.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from While these guns do a good job spraying (I'm a pro. painter) they are IMPOSSIBLE to clean !! The... While these guns do a good job spraying (I'm a pro. painter) they are IMPOSSIBLE to clean !! There is a chamber where the top feed makes a 90deg turn and goes toward the nozzle. It is rough, oversize, and inaccessible to clean, paint builds up, and comes out in dried spects. No amount of soaking, blowing, or gun cleaner works. Use these ONLY for single color or clear only applications !
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Definitely did the job I used both guns to spray latex paint. The hvlp gun worked great. I ran it with 50 ft of hose at 60psi Not a single issue. 4 stars because the adjustments didn't do much. Could have been the thick paint though. Basically great gun for the price. The one con is the case won't hold the guns once you put the air fittings on. Seems kind of stupid to me.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Vey cheaply made. I just purchased this at my local home depot. After I got t it home and opened ... Vey cheaply made. I just purchased this at my local home depot. After I got t it home and opened the packaging, my first impression is that the locks on the plastic case are flat out garbage, I don't see them lasting more than a month. Next I opened the case and looked at the instructions because I was curios as to where the filters supplied were to be installed. But the directions take you straight to how to spray without any direction on how to assemble the hopper to the gun. So I look through the manual and find where the filter goes and assemble. The filters fit so loosely that I don't see how they perform any function at all as the paint will go around the filter (path of least resistance) and any impurities will clog the gun. I'm not going to waste my time putting paint through this gun as I am sure from what I have already seen that the results cannot be good from such a cheaply made product so I am going to save myself the headache and paint and return this set in the morning.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding for interior Latex paint I rarely write reviews for products but I went out of my way to come back to the website and write about this gravity sprayer. I bought it five months ago and I have been working this tool HARD. I first used it to spray interior bannisters and hand rail on stairs (big project, mostly for all the masking work), later to do kitchen cabinets/doors/drawers and more recently to stain exterior adirondack chairs. There is a lot of ambiguity about using latex paint in HVLP sprayers but let me be clear that this sprayer laid down latex paint beautifully without clumps, chunks or drips (no I did not dilute the latex paint in any way). A few key recommendations for using latex paint in this sprayer: use the larger aperture nozzle (included), warm paint to room temperature for several days beforehand and use mesh straining cloth to strain out any chunks as you pour paint into the sprayer reservoir (mesh straining cloth available in any paint department). I ran it with the adjustable air input and paint input settings dialed as high as possible with compressor at the recommended 40PSI. When you are ready to spray, spend a few minutes dialing in settings while spraying on test material. Cleaning the tool takes 10 minutes once you get the hang of it. Really pleased with this tool. High quality and it comes with extra parts which is a plus. This is my first Husky product and I would definitely consider their other products in the future based upon this experience (see attached before and after shots of bannister).
Date published: 2015-02-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from sketchy instructions especially for someone new to spray painting. The cup lid has no gasket and ... sketchy instructions especially for someone new to spray painting. The cup lid has no gasket and leaks. limits length of air hose to 25 ft. which is short and I had to move 30 gallon compressor to reach parts to finish.
Date published: 2016-11-01
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