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9 oz. Complete Spray Gun

  • Atomizes almost any liquid
  • Disposable power unit
  • Glass product reservoir is recyclable and reusable
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Compact spray gun featuring a glass reservoir for the product


Glass Reservoir

This compact spray gun features a cleanable and reusable glass reservoir at the bottom to contain the product.

Airless paint sprayer featuring a disposable power unit


Disposable Power Unit

The top portion of this sprayer is intended for single use and boasts a disposable design.

Airless spray gun designed to atomize any liquid


Designed to Atomize Any Liquid

This compact and versatile sprayer atomizes the liquid of your choice, spraying with a pressure of 70 psi.

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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Compact spray gun featuring a glass reservoir for the product


Glass Reservoir

This compact spray gun features a cleanable and reusable glass reservoir at the bottom to contain the product.

Airless paint sprayer featuring a disposable power unit


Disposable Power Unit

The top portion of this sprayer is intended for single use and boasts a disposable design.

Airless spray gun designed to atomize any liquid


Designed to Atomize Any Liquid

This compact and versatile sprayer atomizes the liquid of your choice, spraying with a pressure of 70 psi.

Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum tip size (in.)
.025
Product Depth (in.)
2.375
Product Height (in.)
10.3125
Product Width (in.)
2.375 in

Details

Accessory Type
Spray Guns
Compatible Paint Type
Exterior Paint,Interior Paint,Polyurethane/Lacquer,Primers,Sealers,Stains
Feed type
Siphon feed
Included
No Additional Items Included
Maximum operating pressure (psi)
70
Minimum operating pressure (psi)
70
Paint Sprayers Product Type
Accessories
Performance Features
No Additional Features
Product Features
No Additional Features
Product Weight (lb.)
.75
Spray Gun Type
Airless Spray Gun
Spray Tip Pattern Size (in.)
2(in)
Spray Tip Size
1
Trigger Configuration
One Finger Trigger

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

Questions & Answers

13Questions18Answers

Would this do well spraying lacquer on a bathroom vanity?

Asked by Fisherman1 March 16, 2021
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Answer

Yes, The Preval Sprayer can spray lacquer and delivers professional grade results.

How do u thin house paint in this product? Water? Ect. List please

Asked by Tm February 24, 2021
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Answer

Please refer to the paint manufactures specs on thinning their product for best practice. We have listed dilution recommendations on the side our our packaging. Or you can find it here https://preval.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Sprayer_Directions_v2.pdf

could this be used to make disinfectant liquids into aerosol?

Asked by j1406gates June 15, 2020
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Answers

Hi there- Yes. I place rubbing alcohol in them and they spray a fine mist. They work great for that!

Can I use a car paint

Asked by Jim June 10, 2020
1
Answer

This product is only good for a small repair job, and most importantly find a perfect paint to match your existing color. Be very careful with the thinning of car paint with this product. It can ruin your repair very quickly.

What is the issue with laytex paints? The common issue with all the negatives is laytex paints and dilutions.

Asked by Ken May 1, 2020
2
Answers

I used this product for spraying latex paint and gelcoat, both required thinning for the end product to look great and so the sprayer won't clog.

Can I use it to spray Lacquer clear coating?

Asked by Nick December 26, 2019
3
Answers

I used this with clear gelcoat and it needed to be thinned so it would not clog the sprayer and produce a great finish!

For Bejamin Moore's stain, Can I use this product?

Asked by Tryout October 21, 2019
2
Answers

Not recommended

Will this work with Spectrum art fixative? I need to be sure it will apply a light even spray wit...

Asked by AP January 3, 2019
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Answers

I could not get it spray anything worth spraying, I had to thin my paint so thin it wasn't worth spraying.

Could I do door frames with this?

Asked by PainterGuy October 31, 2018
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Answers

Yes, but frames are usually satin to semigloss. Given the amount of masking needed I'd prefer a quality brush and excellent paint.

Has anybody used this with chalk paint?

Asked by Natstew7 September 29, 2017
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Answer

Yes, But chalk paint can be kind of tricky to spray. Thinning and straining the chalk paint is important. You should take off the strainer from the end of the dip tube before you reattach the sprayer to the jar. And finally keep a damp rag near to wipe the Kosmo/nozzle clean often to keep product build up from clogging the spray tip.

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Customer Reviews

  • 2.7
    out of 149 reviews
  • 44% recommend this product
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Craft Paint (acrylic) too thin
I should have read the reviews before buying. Bought this to spray acrylic paint in the engraving on masked ceramic tile. Had to thin the paint so much for it to actually spray that it loosened the masking (bleeding underneath it) and it didn't stick to the surface - pulled up along with the masking.
by HODcrafts
These things are great. The only time I have ever had an issue with them is when it's too cold ou...
These things are great. The only time I have ever had an issue with them is when it's too cold out. I know you shouldn't paint when it's below 50 degrees but sometimes I have to anyway. I like these better than using rattle can paint.
by Paintman
I had a small job to do using 3 different colors, so I didn't want to use my larger equipment and...
I had a small job to do using 3 different colors, so I didn't want to use my larger equipment and spend an hour cleaning it after each of three 10 minute spray jobs. Still I needed to get a perfect match in color to a previous project. I was painting 13 ceiling speaker grates for three different rooms with different color ceilings. The paint I needed to use was thick and at first would not spay, so I needed to thin it - this was a bit of a trial & error, but finally got the correct consistency. Because it was thinned down, I needed to apply three coats, but this wasn't a problem - I had purchased 3 kits, one for each color, so there was no cleanup between coats. When done, everything was disposable. I found this to be a very good product for small projects that require your own paint or a specific paint color.
by Genesys
1 person found this helpful
I see positive reviews in there, don't know why!!! I bought the main sprayer with 2 additional c...
I see positive reviews in there, don't know why!!! I bought the main sprayer with 2 additional cans thinking that I would return the unused ones. I followed the instructions, latex paint, 3 parts for 1 part of water. Shake well then attach the can. Barely any air came out. I kept my finger on the sprayer for so long that my finger hurt. Only sporadic dashes of paint was coming out. So I thinned out the paint with more water as recommended, no better. Even the can started to leak at the base of it leaking on my hand and floor. I thought it was a defect. I used a 2nd one, no better luck, lots of leaking at the top of the bottle. What the heck, let's use the 3rd one. It went in the trash. And it is not because my paint was too thick, it was so liquid, I could barely cover anything with my brush with the paint. Conclusion, do not know what I was doing wrong, followed the instructions, held it up at the right angle as recommended, but it was a total waste of my time and money. And now I have nothing to return to the store! I attached a photo of the bottle showing all the leakage that occurred between the can and the bottle. This happened with 3 different spray cans. The lattice you see was my project. Was painted WITH A BRUSH! Get yourself something better!
by John
5 people found this helpful
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).
by Lardog
6 people found this helpful
makes our touchups quick and easy...
makes our touchups quick and easy
by SHUTTER
Bought 6 of these used 4 before getting it to...
Bought 6 of these used 4 before getting it to work properly. It was an utter mess and waste of money/time.
by Laurlaur
had to dilute paint with half water
Do not recommend. Followed directions on box for paint dilution. After a few experiments with mixture i fanally used half water half paint. It sputtered along. Finally i got enough spray consistency to spray my chair railing, but holy crap it was a headache dealing with thins thing
by nick
Waste of time and money
Either use paint and roller or buy regular spray paint. This product spatters when it comes out. It leaks your thinned paint in the connection between the glass and the aerosol so you can only spray with the contraption upright. Causing the thinned paint not to stick. Still better using the thinned paint and roller. Please don't buy.
by Ebony
Does it spray paint? Yes. Does it do it well?...
Does it spray paint? Yes. Does it do it well? No. Thinned the heck out of the paint. Took the filter off because I had strained it. Still poor performance. Wish I had spent the money and purchased my automobile paint in a spray can.
by Dutch
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