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Wagner

Model # 0529011

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Flexio 570 HVLP Paint Sprayer

$99.00 /each
  • Easily applies a number of liquids
  • Innovative Lock-n-go feature
  • Durable

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Product Overview

The Wagner Flexio 570 is an indoor/outdoor hand-held sprayer for all projects. The X-Boost turbine produces unmatched power with two control settings for ideal coverage, and low overspray. The iSpray nozzle delivers a professional finish spaying broad surfaces with residential unthinned paints. The Flexio provides advanced user comfort being 50% quieter and 20% lighter than traditional airless sprayers.

  • Sprays an 8 ft. by 10 ft. surface in 2-6 minutes and can spray up to 7.2 gal. per hour
  • iSpray nozzle is designed without wear parts extending the usable life
  • Includes 1 year warranty
  • iSpray nozzle adjustments include horizontal or vertical and wide or narrow patterns
  • X-Boost turbine generates 3 times the power of comparable sprayers and has two settings to adjust to various project needs
  • Sprays un-thinned latex (water-based) and oil based coatings
  • Lock-n-go system separates the turbine from the nozzle assembly for easy cleaning and color change
  • Material flow control on the trigger adjusts flow rate for coating speed and project size
  • 1-1/2 qt. cup covers up to 125 sq. ft.
  • Users experience less fatigue with ergonomic handle grip, 50% quieter, and 20% lighter design
  • To learn more about Wagner products, click here

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Dimensions

Maximum Hose Length 
0 ft 
Maximum tip size (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
14 
Product Height (in.) 
11.5 
Product Width (in.) 
6.5 

Details

Accessories Included 
Yes 
Case Included 
No 
Cycles Per Gallon 
Flow rate (gallons per min.) 
0.12 
Gravity feed hopper 
No 
Hose length supplied (ft.) 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior,Interior 
Number of Spray Settings 
Operating Pressure (psi) 
Paint Product Type 
HVLP 
Paint Sprayers Product Type 
HVLP 
Power Type 
Electrical 120/60/1 
Pressure Relief Valve 
No 
Product Weight (lb.) 
4.1 lb 
Pump Type 
X-Boost turbine generates 3 times the power of comparable sprayers 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year 

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Can I use regular paint

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St. Louis Park, MN
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I purchased Interior Behr paint. Can I use this paint unthinned?
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April 12, 2016
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Yes, you can use "regular paint." You can spray unthinned latex paint. Hold the gun close, 6 to 8 inches, from the surface to be sprayed. Remove or cover everything that might be damaged by overspray.
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Yes but you won't like the results
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February 3, 2015
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I used an interior enamel that was latex based and was unthinned. The sprayer handled it very well
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January 10, 2015
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Yes. I used regular cheap paint without problem.
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September 23, 2014
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Yes you can.
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August 26, 2014
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You should be able to use the paint unthinned. Just use the settings in the instructions manual to setup your sprayer. I didn't use behr paint but I used Glidden exterior paint to paint the outside of my house and I didn't thin it at all. It worked amazing. Hope that helps.
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August 22, 2014
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The Behr interior I used did not need to be thinned. I'm not sure about all lines they manufacture. I've used it on almost all types of paint at this point and the only thing you need to be careful about is the type of thinner you might need to use. When it does need to be thinned.
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yes
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August 12, 2014
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Yes I used the best exterior Sherwin-Williams "Duration" paint un-thinned with excellent results. Duration paint is very heavy latex paint and the paint sprayer had no problem producing great coverage and results.
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July 30, 2014
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You should not need to thin Behr paint in order to spray it with the Flexio 570. The iSpray nozzle that comes with the Flexio 570 is designed to spray unthinned latex paint.
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Does this tend to blow a fog with ext. latex paint

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August 18, 2014
I am painting a fence with Behr ext. paint and there are a lot of cars parked across the street. Does the sprayer have a fog that will drift onto them? I used a hand sprayer with stain and had that problem in the past. Don't want to do that again.
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Hilo, HI
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April 12, 2016
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This product has overspray. I would not recommend using it anywhere that you might damage unprotected surfaces. Everything you do not want painted should be covered or removed.
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February 3, 2015
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I created a small paint room by using drop cloths but still had a "dust " buildup on objects that were in the room. Was it a fog, I don't think so but it did create a dust
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August 26, 2014
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Hello. I used this sprayer to paint the outside of my house (stucco wall). I didn't have any cloud at all...used regular clothing as well (and thankfully no over spray or paint on them). I didn't use Behr but the paint was exterior latex paint and worked like a charm.
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August 22, 2014
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I just used this sprayer to spray an exterior latex and had no problem with fogging or over-spray at all. Depending on the amount of open space on your fence you may need to use a cardboard backing as you move down the fence. This sprayer does propel the paints of ALL kinds at considerable pressure!
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August 21, 2014
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Yes... most definitely...
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August 21, 2014
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I had no problems with spraying my fence with latex using the 570 model. Cars were parked some 15 to 20 feet away at the time and no one complained of any over spray. My kitchen window is just 12 feet from the fence so I was careful to select a calm day with no breeze at all and made sure that I did not point the spray straight at the window through the fence, that is: I angled the nozzle away from Read More
I had no problems with spraying my fence with latex using the 570 model. Cars were parked some 15 to 20 feet away at the time and no one complained of any over spray. My kitchen window is just 12 feet from the fence so I was careful to select a calm day with no breeze at all and made sure that I did not point the spray straight at the window through the fence, that is: I angled the nozzle away from direct line of sight to the window and had no problems. Hope this helps. Read Less
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Of course wind conditions may affect its use outside( on inside if you let the HVAC run while spraying), but I got virtually ZERO over-spray mist from the sprayer.
I guess the quiet high pressure turbines do the job much more efficiently and neatly than conventional sprayers.
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I've used this sprayer with all brands and types of latex paints and I have never had that problem.
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August 20, 2014
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All sprayers will have some amount of overspray, it's an unavoidable part of spraying paint. However the Flexio 570 is a low pressure spray which will produce very minimal amounts of overspray. As long as it is a fairly calm day, the overspray should not travel very far.
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Can you paint upside down with this sprayer?

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Looking for something to paint a ceiling full of nails so a brush or roller is very difficult.
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no
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No, the pick-up nozzle points down into the reservoir. You can tilt it, but you cannot paint upside down.
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October 24, 2014
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Yes and no,
You can point it upwards to paint a ceiling, the inlet tube can turn and it has an angle on it. Just turn the inlet tube towards the back of the cup so it can suck up the paint.
If you turned the sprayer completely upside down, the inlet tube sucks up paint from the bottom of the cup, so it wouldnt work in that case.
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don't know...
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NO WAY!
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No....The suction tube wouldn't pick up your material.
Never tip the sprayer at more than a
45° angle.
Material could get into the turbine and
damage the sprayer.
Aligning the suction tube -
A.
If you are going to be spraying in a downward
direction, the angled end of the suction tube
should be pointing toward the front of the gun.
B.
If you are going to be spraying in an upward
direction, the angled
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No....The suction tube wouldn't pick up your material.
Never tip the sprayer at more than a
45° angle.
Material could get into the turbine and
damage the sprayer.
Aligning the suction tube -
A.
If you are going to be spraying in a downward
direction, the angled end of the suction tube
should be pointing toward the front of the gun.
B.
If you are going to be spraying in an upward
direction, the angled end of the suction tube
should be pointing toward the rear of the gun
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NO! This paint sprayer cannot be used upside-down. I believe the instructions say that 45 degrees is the max angle. When that is exceeded the suction tube comes out of the paint in the cup and shuts off the paint.
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July 18, 2014
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We do not recommend angling the 570 sprayer upwards more than about 45 degrees. Doing so can allow paint to flow backwards into the turbine. A similar unit that will allow you to paint more directly upwards at a ceiling would be either our PaintREADY Station model # 0529017, or Flexio 890 model# 0529021.
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You will not completely flip it upside down that might cause the paint to run towards motor assembly. Recommendation is not to angle it more than 40 degrees. I have used it on ceiling with a maximum of 60 degree tilt. In that case, just make sure that the container stays more than 75% full.
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Can you use a small air compressor with this? For example, a 6 gallon compressor?

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No, this sprayer has an air compressor built in; it does not support external compressed air.
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you do not need one.
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No why would you? It already has that built in.
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This is an electric sprayer. No compressor needed.
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No, you cannot. It has a built in air fan and there is no way of connecting an air line to it from a separate compressor.
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March 24, 2015
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The Flexio 570 has its own turbine built in, so you will not need any outside source of air pressure in order to spray with it.
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I use this sprayer with a small compressor with no problems at all. It only requires 3 PSI to run it. I use a one gall compressor. In fact, a friend has been using a nail gun at the same time and both of us have seen no significant pressure drop whilst using both tools at the same time. Hope this helps you.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 193 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Think Again? I purchased this spray gun for a exterior cedar shingle paint task using solid stain oil based stain. This item does not handle this stain well at all, trying all different settings there was none that was really good. The gun shoots the stain out like you are using a liquid cleaner spray bottle, the pattern is not uniform, the spray is rough would never even consider using this on anything but semi to rough surface material. The gun is very heavy for use off a ladder or even when standing on the ground, you basically need two hands to hold the gun level and in use. There was very little thought behind the manufacture of this spray gun, the parts have too many nooks and crannys to make cleaning the unit comfortable, the use of threads to hold the paint bottle is absurd, very difficult to get the threads cleaned after use, should have some type of snap clip lock for this part of the unit just like the professional body shop spray guns have. The worst two other things about this unit are first it is plastic, even the motor cover plastic vents fell off because the plastic tab gave way, nothing like good ole steel. Then the obvious it is made in china. Nothing like MADE IN THE USA ! What ever happen to that? July 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product Purchased to paint my shed that has texture 111 on the outside. Sprayer work excellent with no issues, covered a large area without using a lot of paint. Coverage was approx. 300 sq/ft per gallon. I used Behr exterior primer/paint. Flowed well with no issues. The two speed trigger works well to allow the turbine to spin up to full speed prior to paint coming out. i recommend taking the time to clean up the sprayer when done, so you don't have any problems when using it again. well worth the money, saved me hours of rolling. Sprayed approx 300 sq/ft in about 1 hr. i would recommend this sprayer for the homeowner for outdoor use. May 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than your Dad's Old Wagner! The Wagner Flexio 570 is a great addition to the garage or painter's van. Out of the box, I wasn't sure if this plastic thing was going to stand up to the abuse I was about to put it through. I used it to paint about 500ft of galvanized metal fence using Acrylic Latex. I didn't wasnt to drag out a compressor, and wanted to shoot the paint non-thinned. In one thorough coat I was able to paint the fence. It is not overspray-less, but no spray paint is. Cleanup was tough on some of the dryer areas, and the plastic restrics the use of certain harsh chemicals, but all in all this thing stood up to the job. It's not your Dad's solenoid-driven Wagner. It has a turbine and is an HVLP sprayer. The turbine easily twists off for cleanup of all non-electric parts. It gets a little heavy after a while, but it is glove friendly with plenty of trigger room. Also great for stains. A great middle ground spray gun between the larger paint sprayer and a compressor-based spray system. June 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed The spray painter was a disappointment. It didn't cover as much area as it should have. Had to go back and forth to many times. It was also heavy to use. It was easy to clean though. It also gets more paint out into the air than on the wall. Be sure to wear a mask when using it. We ended up using a roller and brushes. One star for easy cleaning. June 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible!!! Opened box, tightened as instructed. Not 3 mins in and paint is pouring all over my shoes. Called customer service and of course I got a lot of, "I understand" responses. After cleaning up my full container of paint from me and on the ground, proceeded to follow directions to a T and you guessed it, paint all over me. Now that I am down almost 2/3 of a gallon of paint and irritated to high heaven!!! How does a product work so horribly right out of the box and with following both written and customer service directions. Going back and really need to be reimbursed for all the paint that got wasted and paint all over shoes! May 8, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good coverage, but lots of overspray I'm a licensed general contractor for over 35 years. I'm now retired and only do small projects around my ranch. I still have an airless sprayer and also HVLP guns and compressor. I wanted something to do small home projects using latex paint. HVLP won't spray un-thinned latex and the airless is a lot of cleanup for a small project. The flex looked like what I needed. I will admit hat it puts down a lot of paint in a short time, but it has several significant drawbacks. I've tried many different combinations of high and low volume, wide and narrow pattern and some thinning of the paint. Across the board, the painter "spits" when you first push the trigger. I think that is because the "turbine" has not spun up yet and the low pressure throws "chunks" of paint instead of a spray which then run. Second the overspray is horrendous. I ruined a pair of work shoes and pants just spraying one item. Cleanup is not significantly less than my airless rig. Finally, the unit when loaded with paint is heavy. Now I'm getting up in age and am not as strong as I used to be, but after spraying for 2 or three minutes, I needed to use 2 hands to hold the sprayer. It might work for some, but it did not work for me. June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Flexio 570 sprayer Recently purchased the 570 in order to paint my house. I have a brick house with about 30 feet of siding. Most of the spraying involved the fascia boards and the garage(the main reason I bought it). I researched several sprayers and decided on the 570 because I did not want to thin the latex paint. With the 570 I did not have to. I will say their is a learning curve when you first use it as their probably is with all sprayers. Trying to find the right settings for the paint can be tricky and somewhat frustrating at first but don't give up. After a bit I finally figured it out and really loved it. I sprayed my aluminum garage door and it came out perfect. The only down side with the sprayer is the amount of attention that is needed for the sprayer nozzle. It must be cleaned often, otherwise it will splatter. Of course that may be my issue with having to start and stop often to move the ladder and what not. Their is overspray, but it is minimal with a clean nozzle. Cleaning the sprayer after each use is a must, and can be time consuming but will improve when you get the hang of it. June 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent sprayer This is an excellent sprayer, it even sprays the thick Behr paint with no problem, and clean up is a breeze. I would recommend this product to beginners and professionals. I have used several spray rigs and this is by far the easiest and most versatile I have ever used. Absolutely love it! May 17, 2016
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