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Wagner

Model 0529017

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HVLP Paint Ready Sprayer Station

$119.00 /each
  • Easily applies a number of liquids
  • Innovative Lock-n-go feature
  • Durable

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The Wagner Paint Ready Station is an indoor and outdoor paint station for all surfaces. The Paint Ready Station includes advanced spraying technology with the iSpray nozzle that allows for spraying indoor and outdoor paint un-thinned. The iSpray is ideal for broad surface coverage and delivers a roller-like finish when using unthinned latex paints. The turbine base and 15 ft. hose allow for longer project usage with minimal fatigue. The Paint Ready Station is adjustable for any project type and any material. The Lock-n-go feature allows for easy cleaning and material changing.

  • Sprays up to 15 fluid oz. per minute
  • iSpray nozzle has no wearable parts
  • Includes 1-year warranty
  • Adjustable spray pattern direction (horizontal and vertical) and pattern width (narrow and wide)
  • Maximum pressure of 3 PSI
  • Sprays un-thinned paints including paint and primer in one products
  • Nozzle and gun separation with the lock-n-go feature allows for easy cleaning and material change
  • Adjustable trigger to control material flow for ideal material application
  • Replaceable filter on the turbine
  • Features a 1-1/2 qt. cup perfect for mid-sized projects
  • Removable hose without tools makes for easy storage and clean-up
  • iSpray nozzle and handle design add user comfort and less fatigue
  • Easy to fill cup with direction suction tube for any painting project
  • Comes with iSpray nozzle and two speed turbine with a 15 ft. hose
  • For finer finishing projects, purchase the detail finish nozzle accessory
  • To learn more about Wagner products, click here

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How much does this sprayer hold in paint in the bottle

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Rochester NY
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May 11, 2015
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45 oz is the max on the cup.
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It holds 45 fluid oz.
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April 6, 2015
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About one quart
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Aromas, CA
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March 26, 2015
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1-1/2 quart cup. I found the operation of the unit is easiest when I fill with 1 quart at a time.
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March 25, 2015
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Approx. 1/4 gallon
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March 25, 2015
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The material container on the PaintReady Station has a 1.5 qt. capacity.
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Needing to know if they make bigger containers that hold the paint for this product?

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February 15, 2015
Wondering if they make gallon size containers for painter?
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do you really want to have to hold (at armslength)more paint?? Gets heavy on the wrist and interferes with smooth movement ov the gun IMO. Suggestion: I premix(dilute a bit as the gun sprays better)my paint and put it in one or two plastic coffee cans; take all to area where I am working(as on house). When paint cup gets low it is an easy and quick endeavor to refill the gun from the coffee cans of ready Read More
do you really want to have to hold (at armslength)more paint?? Gets heavy on the wrist and interferes with smooth movement ov the gun IMO. Suggestion: I premix(dilute a bit as the gun sprays better)my paint and put it in one or two plastic coffee cans; take all to area where I am working(as on house). When paint cup gets low it is an easy and quick endeavor to refill the gun from the coffee cans of ready paint. last thing I want to do is have to wave around a heavy/overloaded gun for hours. Read Less
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I have not seen any especially as large as you are proposing. Obviously I can tell you from experience though, even lifting a full quart container at the end of your arm to do a ceiling is a BIG CHORE. A gallon of paint would weigh in at better than 10 pounds I would suspect making it nearly impossible to use the device as intended. You might be better off using a product that pumps paint directly from Read More
I have not seen any especially as large as you are proposing. Obviously I can tell you from experience though, even lifting a full quart container at the end of your arm to do a ceiling is a BIG CHORE. A gallon of paint would weigh in at better than 10 pounds I would suspect making it nearly impossible to use the device as intended. You might be better off using a product that pumps paint directly from the can to the sprayer even though cleaning the long tube is a bit of a pain for small jobs. Good Luck. Read Less
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February 19, 2015
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probably check with wagner company
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February 17, 2015
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We do not have a material container larger than the included 1.5 Qt. container included with that unit. The weight of a full gallon on the front of that unit would be both very tiresome and very hard on the union between the front end and the turbine.
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February 16, 2015
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No.
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No, this is the size available for this unit. You might want to consider a different sprayer if you need is for gallon(s) at a time.
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Do I have to thin out the paint before using this product?

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January 31, 2015
I am looking spayer that I don't have to thin out the paint before using.
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no i didnt
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February 3, 2015
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I've never thinned my paint and didn't have any issues.
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February 3, 2015
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A latex paint should not have to be thinned for the PaintReady Station to spray it.
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You should not need to thin the paint prior to using.
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I used latex house paint right from the can and it did fine. They do say you might have to on some, but it will just depend on how much you want the sprayer to put out at the time.
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You may have to thin out; it depends what you are using.
There is a viscosity measurement tool included. You will use it to test the thickness of paint before pouring it into container.
You dip the small funnel (viscosity measurement tool )into the paint and then time how long it takes for the paint to flow out the bottom. Please look at the chart.
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Can I use oil based paint with this sprayer?

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Yes you can use oil based paint however you will have to blow through mineral spirits afterwards into a bucket and recycle it a couple of times to avoid waste. Before switching to soapy water and then plain water for the final rinse, run one last clean mineral spirits to make sure no paint is left inside the nozzle. One other thing you will need to play with the delivery to make sure you are spraying Read More
Yes you can use oil based paint however you will have to blow through mineral spirits afterwards into a bucket and recycle it a couple of times to avoid waste. Before switching to soapy water and then plain water for the final rinse, run one last clean mineral spirits to make sure no paint is left inside the nozzle. One other thing you will need to play with the delivery to make sure you are spraying light enough so not to cause excessive runs in the paint but thick enough for good coverage. Good Luck Read Less
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I used oil based stain with no issues
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yes
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Yes. Might have to thin it down, but check the viscosity of it first.
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Yes it can... Cleaning will be a little morre difficult and you of course must use solvents like turpentine. You may also have to thin the oil base but I've found this sprayer will pump out anything I can put thru it ......Just remember,, when finished a good cleanup will make for a happy sprayer that will work again and again.....
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October 27, 2014
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Yes, the PaintREADY Station can be used with oil based paint. For cleanup, you'll need some mineral spirits handy.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 122 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than I expected I bought this sprayer to paint the ceiling of my unfinished basement. I used a good quality latex paint that was an eggshell black. I was a little leary about the thickness because it was one of the thickest paints I have ever worked with, but from the time I first pulled the trigger until I was done, this sprayer worked like a charm. It layed on an even coat and had no trouble at all spraying paint as thick as I was using. It took me about 2 1/2 hours to do my entire basement ceiling and I went through only two gallons of paint. Very pleased with the finished results. The sprayer was easy to set up after reading through the instructions, and I never had to change the initial settings that I dialed in. Cleanup was a bit tedious, but they did a great job of minimizing the parts, so it went very well. I expected the cleanup to be a pain, just because it's a paint sprayer. Seemed like a given to me. Can't wait to have to use it again. May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OH YEA!!! This thing is slicker than snail snot!! I prayed a 40 foot fence with Kilz Latex, straight out of the bucket, 2 coats, front and back in 3 hours total. I absolutely DESPISE painting, and this made it totally enjoyable. The awnings and garage are next. Clean up was easy with this thing only having 1 seal and just a few other parts. They really nailed it with this thing. April 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very satisfied with the results Needed to sand and stain a huge outdoor wooden children's play/ swing / gym set. Put it off for a few years due to the amount of work involved . Last time I stained it by hand with brushes . Didn't think a sprayer would work well on all the angles and narrow boards. But was able to adjust the gun to give just the right coverage and minimize overspray ... It worked flawlessly with much less mess than brushes . Actually kind of enjoyed doing it . Results were outstanding with solid cedar stain.just this one job was worth the price . July 19, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Ugh I'm sure this might work if you had the time and desire to become an expert. However, for a DIYer, it was too messy and complicated. I still have it, and will try to make it work in the future, but I'm afraid most of my paint jobs require the old fashioned roller technique. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product! This is a great product with excellent customer support. Not right off the truck I already own two other paint sprayers. One is a serious airless and the other a small touch up aerosol type. Had a job to repaint an "Orange" front door and after looking at it figured my little touch up rig might cut it. Well it did not and with a delivery date drawing near went online to see what Depot had available. The one I wanted was not sold in store, a problem they seem to have with a lot of things but the reviews and specs on this were good when I looked online. So I bought it this morning about 9am. Not a soul in the department but I went for it having read everything I could on it beforehand. This thing works great. At first I played with the settings and painted away on some sheetrock with varying results. Some not too good and some so so. I called Wagners 800 number and got a very good service gal after a short wait who did a great job. Asked all the right questions including the exact details on the paint (commercial not household stuff) I was using and came back to me shortly with a couple suggestions. My problem was splatter. After trying the suggestions I went to the last one which was to thin the paint slightly. IT WORKED IMMEDIATELY like I figured it should and I was home free. My wife came out in the shop after the first side was finished and said Wow! Looks like a million bucks. My only answer was, " This will get me the repeat business I want from this account" and smiled. I was shooting a special color match from Rodda Paints in semi gloss latex enamel (hate latex enamel) with a gloss rating of 5 and this piece of equipment did a very nice job. I highly recommend it. Take the time completely read the directions, give it a try and if you still are unsure as I was call the Wagner 800 number for some professional assistance. Best to all Bob August 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dissapointing So my wife and I are remodeling our house and decided to purchase this tool to make it simpler, sadly our results have been not so good it is very abnormal and is never uniform some areas take longer than others as the nozzle becomes dirty quickly I would rather Paint by brush wish to could get my money back . . . June 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not all That! I used this with exterior latex and it was not as good as it seemed. It does not lay the paint smoothly, it splatters it and thus requires two times the amount of paint. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to use and clean Easy to put together and start using. Has cut painting time in half. Cleaning tool has to be done carefully but it's a lot easier than cleaning pans and rollers. In my opinion it saves paint too. Spend a little time extra prepping the room and the clean up after painting will be a breeze. Nice coverage and corners look great! The only drawback is some parts seem a little flimsy, everything on the hand unit is plastic, but otherwise it wouldn't be as easy to clean. May 31, 2016
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