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Model # 267

Internet # 202533738

Store SKU # 711624

9 oz. Complete Spray Gun

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$4.97 /each




Model # 267

Internet # 202533738

Store SKU # 711624

The Preval Airless Paint Sprayer is a professional spray system that is interchangeable for flexible use in a variety of applications. This spray gun is able to atomize almost any liquid and offers a professional finish. The sprayer functions at a maximum operating pressure of 70 psi with no wires or hoses needed to offer exceptional portability. A recyclable 6 oz. glass jar acts as the product reservoir and is reusable for your convenience.

  • For best results always use a strainer when spraying latex paint
  • Offers a professional finish comparable to other HVLP airless sprayers (not included)
  • Designed for use with various jobs
  • Atomizes between 60 sq. ft. and 150 sq. ft., depending on the paint or liquid used
  • Able to atomize almost any liquid to accommodate a variety of applications
  • Power unit is disposable for your convenience
  • Glass product reservoir is recyclable and reusable
  • Professional spray system is interchangeable for flexible use
  • No wires or hoses to provide portability
  • Kit includes a power unit attached to a 6 oz. glass jar and a cap
  • Click here to learn more about paint sprayers
  • Works with a maximum operating pressure of 70 psi

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Maximum tip size (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
2.375 in 
Accessories Product Type 
Spray Guns 
Feed type 
Siphon feed 
Kit with accessories 
Maximum operating pressure (psi) 
Minimum operating pressure (psi) 
Paint Product Type 
Paint Sprayers Product Type 
Product Weight (lb.) 
.75 lb 
Spray gun type 
Airless spray gun 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 


Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent results on kitchen cabinets I used this spray system when refinishing my kitchen cabinets. I had 3 different layers: a toner, then a stain, then polyurethane sanding-sealer. It worked really well. I rubbed on a glaze after that and finished with a polyurethane finisher that I brushed on only because I was tired of the ventilation problem in my kitchen! Overall, the product really surprised me how well it worked. For the 3 layers, I went through about 6 spray cans total for all my kitchen cabinets (just the boxes, not the doors or drawer fronts). April 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk Diluted, diluted,diluted. Still wouldn't spray. New spay can on it filled with water still wouldn't spay JUNK September 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Use the right tool for the job Once again, a fine tool is given poor ratings by those expecting it to do a job it was not designed to do. Latex paint needs to be pumped through a gun. It can be thinned and and siphon-atomized with a gun that can supply a large air stream, but even that usually delivers poor results. This sprayer works very well with lacquer, polyurethane, auto finishes, and other solvent based paints. Water has a higher viscosity than paint solvents. Adding solute to it only makes it thicker. Expecting this little sprayer to siphon latex even when thinned is unreasonable. Not understanding the properties of the materials you are using, and getting angry at a tool that is being used for the correct purpose is even more unreasonable. June 20, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spray any color paint Spray paints are very limited. I love the Preval Sprayer because I can spray the exact match. Be sure to read the instructions carefully and you'll have no problems only excellent results. September 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Affordable and so easy to use! The Preval Sprayer was a great buy. It was super fast and easy to use once I figured out how to dilute the pant. I've sprayed acrylics and latex paints with it – even glitter paint. The best ratio I've found is 1 ounce of paint to 2 ounces of water. Just be sure to clean the aerosol can and dipstick after use. I remove the dipstick and run water through the bottom of the sprayer until the water runs clear. I also spray it a few times to make sure there's no paint left in the nozzle. All in all, this product is easy to use, and it's one home improvement tool of mine that gets a lot of use. February 27, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't use for spraying latex paint. Gives poor performance for latex paint. Don't use it for latex paint. Performance very poor for applying latex paint. August 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I'm surprised it worked so wel! Our 38 year old harvest gold colored Frigidaire refrigerator had rusted areas around and below the handle where we hang the towel and at the bottom of the doors. I bought the touch up paint but figured I would need quite a few of these and would look ugly brushing it on. Since the color of the touch up paint matched quite well, I had a quart of Behr oil based semi-gloss enamel mixed to match this touch up paint. First I sanded rusts to flatten the surface and treated with Corroseal. Then I strained the paint and mixed with a lacquer thinner per Preval instruction (I ended up with about 2 fl ounces of mixed paint) The spray went on smoothly without any sputtering. I had to spray over multiple times to cover the rust treated areas but when I finished, the mixed paint (about 2 fl ounces) was pretty much used up and was enough to cover a guestimated rust treated area of 100 sq in. The painted areas are unnoticeable and am satisfied beyond expectations. Now I have a rusted areas treated and covered with a hard enamel. I'll wait few weeks for the paint to cure and will remove any visible over spray. From now on, instead of using a spray can for the small project, I will start using Preval. May 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not for latex I have used for enamel thinned with mineral spirits and works very well. I have used with latex thinned with water and works poorly. April 19, 2014
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