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Wagner

Model 0529002

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PaintREADY HVLP Sprayer

$85.51 /each

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The Wagner PaintREADY Sprayer is a multi-purpose hand-held HVLP sprayer. The PaintREADY Sprayer uses patented technology that is able to spray interior and exterior latex paints without thinning. The nozzle's unique design sprays a roller-like finish with un-thinned latex, making it ideal for your indoor painting project. You can also achieve smoother finishes with thinner-bodied materials. The integrated controls allow for easy adjustment of spray pattern, width, and direction.

  • The patented I-Spray nozzle adjusts for either horizontal or vertical spray patterns
  • Adjust spray pattern from 1 in. to 10 in. based on your coverage needs
  • Variable flow rate up to 10 fluid oz. per minute, depending on flow volume adjustment and material viscosity
  • Lock-n-Go split gun design for quick material change and easy cleaning
  • Powerful 2-stage indoor/outdoor rated air turbine
  • 1-1/2-qt. wide mouth cup is perfect for mid-size projects
  • Replaceable filters
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Will the Paint Ready spray all latex paints without thinning? Even primers?

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Yes
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July 19, 2014
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No , this is a turbine gun with very little pressure . Will make a mess instead of properly spraying a nice even coat
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December 31, 2013
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I did thin my paint a little. Only 1/2 cup per gallon. Really haven't tried without thinning yet.
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In general, Yes, as long as the paint/material isn't too soiled/dirty, or your environmental temperature is too low; making the paint more viscous/thick and harder to spray.
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May 6, 2013
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i have used it with semi transparent stain without having to thin. instructions say you can use with latex, primer, etc. without thinning. i recommend using Floetrol with any latex paint. you can pour a small amount per gallon of paint (per mfgs. instructions) and it dilutes without thinning. it is a great product and makes your material go on smoothly without spattering. also, make sure you always Read More
i have used it with semi transparent stain without having to thin. instructions say you can use with latex, primer, etc. without thinning. i recommend using Floetrol with any latex paint. you can pour a small amount per gallon of paint (per mfgs. instructions) and it dilutes without thinning. it is a great product and makes your material go on smoothly without spattering. also, make sure you always strain your paint before putting into the sprayer cup to avoid any debris, etc.. Read Less
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April 25, 2013
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The PaintREADY Sprayer will spray latex paint without thinning. Some paint and primer combo paints or latex primers may require thinning or paint conditioner to be added.
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How heavy is the sprayer with latex paint in it?

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December 31, 2013
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Just a tad more than without paint in it.
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If I would've kept mine, I'd answer this for you here and now, but your answer to this question can be answered more effectively by consulting your Owner's Manual. However, I'd say the tool's weight + paint is between 8-10lbs.
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San Antonio, TX, USA
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June 30, 2013
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With a full container, it's a little heavy for one arm (I'm a little scrawny), especially spraying high parts of the wall. But with one hand on the trigger and the other supporting the bottom of the tub, it wasn't that bad.
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April 25, 2013
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I apologize but I listed the wrong weight previously, it is 3.6 lbs.
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April 25, 2013
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I cannot give you an accurate weight with the container filled as that would vary greatly depending on the type and quantity of material you put into the container. Even different brands of latex paint will have different weights. There is a 1.5 quart container on the sprayer and the sprayer without any material in it is 4.1 lbs.
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Can this be used to apply water seal to decks?

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That is exactly what I used this sprayer for. It worked great without the need of thinning my water seal.
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Yes, but not recommended, however if you choose to, make sure that the minute you are not spraying the sealer. Empty the sprayer and run regular water through its system to make sure all of the sealer is out before storing it or not using it for a while. The sealer will set-up, and "seal" inside of your sprayer. I myself have never had to resolve an issue like this but I can't imagine it being all that Read More
Yes, but not recommended, however if you choose to, make sure that the minute you are not spraying the sealer. Empty the sprayer and run regular water through its system to make sure all of the sealer is out before storing it or not using it for a while. The sealer will set-up, and "seal" inside of your sprayer. I myself have never had to resolve an issue like this but I can't imagine it being all that cheap. So be cautious spraying any time of epoxy, sealer, water-proofing, stain, etc. Read Less
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yes, no problem with sealers
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Don't think I would use it for deck sealer. The best way I have found is use a cheap pump up sprayer. Set it to a nice spray and put a nice lite coat on the deck. Spaying real heavy only waste sealer.
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April 1, 2013
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Yes you could spray sealer with the PaintREADY Sprayer. However we'd probably recommend the PaintREADY System for that application. The Sprayer only comes with the latex paint spray head, which is best with thicker materials like a latex paint. The System will come with that spray head as well as a fine finish spray head that will better handle a thin sealer.
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When using Wagner Paint Ready Sprayer, do sealers, stains, urethanes & oil-based materials need to be thinned?

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Yes, generally the HVLP system is not used for spray application of those materials whole. With a few exceptions in automotive / industrial paint settings. An Airless spray system would work much better when spraying those materials.
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I used both kilz2 latex and valspar primer+paint in one. Didn't have to thin either of them. Just make sure to clean the entire assembly after each use - don't let paint sit in the unit.
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January 21, 2013
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Yes, the PaintREADY Sprayer can be used with these materials. The PaintREADY Sprayer is designed to provide a roller-like finish. If you would prefer a "fine finish" with these materials, you may want to look into the PaintREADY System, which comes with two spray heads - one that provides the roller-like finish and another that will be your "fine finish" spray head.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 58 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Little quirky but works Purchased this to paint our front door. Used latex paint. Thinned it some and practiced ond the old door. The practice door looks beautiful. Pleased with my purchase. June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Really solid sprayer - latex wasn't a problem I went through a lot of reviews for quite a few different sprayers before deciding on this one. I had to spray a room for my mother-in-law that - some years ago - my brother-in-law thought was a good idea to paint a very dark red on the walls and a black (!) ceiling. I went through almost 5 gallons of primer and paint and this sprayer did a heck of a job. I had no problems with it spraying latex and clean-up was a breeze. April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by $100 sprayer , completed my kitchen cabinets in a weekend The reason I am writing this review is because I almost returned this product without opening it due to the negative reviews. I bought this sprayer Friday night and completed the entire kitchen cabinet refacing with it this weekend. I sprayed UNTHINNED latex (BEHR Ultra), after cleaning and priming and they came out fantastic. After the first round of spraying and dry time I was so impressed with the finish. It is very uniform, and I had ZERO clumping issues. I think it is 100% necessary to clean the gun properly after each coat and DO NOT let paint sit to harden inside the gun. I painted inside my basement and had little to no back spray, this may be different with thinned paint. December 10, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked like I expected it to THIS is much better that the old power painter I had 20+ years ago. NO springs,things etc. EASY to clean. I hope I don't have the "nozzle problem" that others are talking about. MAYBE they don't align the tip BEFORE tightening the black nut? Anyhow, waiting for my next project! December 31, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Unbelievable On the second paint job with this sprayer, it sucked paint into the turbine, and burnt out the motor. Dumbfounded, I called the company. Come to find out if you tilt the gun past 45 degrees, it commonly does this! It should be noted I was actually pointing the gun down when this happened. Not sure how this thing is on the market with an issue like that. On the first paint job, I did notice this thing throws paint everywhere. If you are painting a fence, brick or something similar I guess it would be great. Anything else plan on a rough finish, with a ton of wasted paint. On the good side, customer service was great. The rep acknowledged the defect, and they are replacing the gun. The gun is easy to clean as well. Overall bad experience. September 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Works great once. I used this sprayer for one room when I first bought it. I cleaned the sprayer and put it away. It's been sitting for about a year. Well I need it again to paint the rest of my house, now all it does is "SPLATTER" paint on the walls. There is no smooth flow of pain, no matter what I do it will not flow smoothly from the nozzle. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. If you use it once fine, but don't let it sit it wont be the same again. March 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Be very careful how you clean and store parts Sprayer works reasonably well, better if you thin latex a little first. My biggest problem with it is storage after cleanup. Generally I'm accustomed to disassembling the air cap and storing them submerged in appropriate solvent (water for latex) until next use. That's how I care for my automotive HVLP paint guns (made out of metal) and the approach works really well. However, as I just found out by surprise - if you use this gun with a solvent/oil based paint, don't try storing the plastic parts in the cup submerged in mineral spirits. The large ring that screws onto the painter body is made out of a material that will react with mineral spirits and will swell (or the white plastic ring will shrink - or both), making it impossible to reassemble the air cap the next time you want to use the gun. February 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good sprayer, First off, the reviews for this I took with a grain of salt. I opened the sprayer and read the instruction manual thoroughly. A few important things to note: 1) This is a dual stage sprayer, with the air providing the fanning for the stain/paint. This will cause a good amount of overspray. You also need to pull a little bit (1st stage) before each pass to get the air flow going, then pull the trigger for the spray of product. 2) This sprayer has a lot of adjustments, keep in mind the results of those adjustments. the narrower the field the more product will be come out in the smaller area. You need to adjust the trigger pull to make up for this (I used the wider field for clear fence weatherproof). 3) A few reviews stated this sprayer leaked from the canister. The canister is a 1 1/2 quart container, the line for full is an inch down from the top. You cannot full it full as this is a closed system so it will leak when you drop in the pickup hose. 4) The packaging and website may say interior sprayer, but this will not help you spray inside unless you do a lot of prep work. (poly over all doors/windows and tape off ceiling and base boards) This will not save time or money for that project, this sprayer is good for projects that can handle some overspray. August 30, 2015
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