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Wagner Flexio 570 HVLP Paint Sprayer
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Wagner

Flexio 570 HVLP Paint Sprayer

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

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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
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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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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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August 20, 2014
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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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August 20, 2014
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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 I use regular paint

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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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June 21, 2015
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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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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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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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Can you paint upside down with this sprayer?

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July 15, 2014
Looking for something to paint a ceiling full of nails so a brush or roller is very difficult.
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July 31, 2016
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The answer is no because the unit ould not be able to siphon the paint out of the attached bowl in that position
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no
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March 12, 2016
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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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July 18, 2014
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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 unit is not designed for use with a air 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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July 29, 2015
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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 204 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not use with stain I cannot speak to how this handles paint, as I purchased it to use to stain my fence. I got through about 1/4 of my fence before it tripped my breaker. Once I reset the breaker, still wouldn't work. I took it apart to discover stain had gotten into the motor area. So, I returned it to the store for another one. The second one, I got through only 1 and a half more fence sections before my breaker tripped again. I took it apart, and sure enough, stain was in the motor area again. I am returning the second one and I will not purchase this again. As far as the spraying itself, when it did work, it sprayed a lot, and the over spray was quite heavy. I had to do about 5 fence boards at one time then stop and use a brush to smooth it out because it was very heavy and dripping everywhere, even on the lightest settings. I kept this unit upright the entire time, so I do not know how the stain keeps getting into the motor. Also, the unit was a little heavy to hold and use. October 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I must be have bought a different sprayer Than others have reviewed. I opened the box, scanned the directions that pertained to latex paint and then proceeded to paint my fence. Overall, I am very impressed with the delivery and quantity of paint. The paint was going on somewhat thick so I reduced the paint flow and paid more attention to maintaining a consistent motion in application. The cleanup is somewhat tedious but I'll take that in comparison to the time it will save me over painting by hand. I only have one hour in (it got windy) but I expect it will save me 80% over painting by hand. I'm pleased with my purchase. September 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great sprayer! We have a bedroom with a popcorn ceiling in a very old house. It looked so dingy, and thought we'd have to hire a professional to spray it. We were thrilled to find this sprayer at Home Depot. There are many different kinds, but the salesman was very knowledgeable & guided us to the best one for our needs. My daughter did the spraying, and it turned out magnificent! We not only saved money by not hiring a professional, but we still have the sprayer for future jobs. I highly recommend! October 4, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Wagner flexible sprayer not good I have had this sprayer less than a month. Put about 4 gal of paint thru it. Has always leaked and dribbled paint. Cleaned it up right after use with soap and water and ran lacquer thinner thru it. Still spits and sputters. Going to return it October 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No not that good at all... Very noisey and not able to get a good spray on the tip... September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing - best i've ever used This is the third spray gun that I've purchased since buying a home and starting my remodeling, the first two were junk - Ryobi and a Krause & Becker. This one I was hesitant to buy because I had wasted money on the other two that sprayed ok for 20 mins then clogged and would never work right again after 10-20 mins of use, regardless of how thin you made the paint or followed instructions exactly. Krouse & becker nozzle tip cracked when i went to tighten it, ruining the gun. Anyways, I bought this one- thinned my latex base paint just a little (said i did not need to but i feel it works better for spray guns if you thin a little bit) filled the gun up, and had the whole exterior of my house painted in a couple hours. The trigger allows you to squeeze further for a thicker spray or lighter for less, you can adjust the pattern to narrow for more distance, quality is amazing. not once did the gun clog, spray incorrectly or give me any problems. I'm sure others have went through what i did with junk guns, so I normally don't write reviews but I this gun worked so good for me i felt I should write a review. Definitely would recommend - going to use this one for a long time to come. September 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spray Painter The sprayer saved us a lot of money in paint. Probably saved a 1/3 in paint and the surface was much better than using a brush. September 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Warning if you're using a stain We had a wooden fence put up in our backyard (about 100 ft) and chose to protect it with a stain paint. We used Behr Transparent and bought the Wagner Flexio 570 with the recommendation of the paint sales guy. The sprayer ruined our fence. The stain came out real blotchy and there were drips everywhere. I stopped using the sprayer half way through and painted by hand...What a disappointment August 19, 2016
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