Selecting the Correct Airless Paint Sprayer For the Job

One of the first decisions that you need to make when choosing a paint sprayer has to do with the size job that you are going to be doing. If you’re just going to be doing smaller jobs around the house, you can generally pick up a smaller airless paint sprayer at
one of the local hardware stores, Just like our portable airless sprayer model DP6388B. this model can certainly handle small to medium-size jobs around the home. For larger jobs, you may want to have a heavier duty unit . You can purchase these new or used, depending on your needs and budget.

Another thing that needs to be taken into consideration is the different tips shapes and sizes that are available. Some are going to
be well-suited for spraying smaller items, but you may need to get a larger tip in order to spray a larger area. For example,
spraying a wall will require that you get a larger tip than if you were just spraying a chair. There are reviews available for these
various sizes tips on the Internet that can act as a guide to help you choose one that is going to work well for you.
If you have an extremely big job that needs to be done, you may want to consider renting one of these paint sprayers instead of
purchasing one. For example, we may want to use a sprayer in order to paint our home but we don’t want to have to go through the expense of purchasing a large unit. Renting them from a hardware store is often an economical solution to this problem.
Choosing airless paint sprayers does take a little bit of looking into, but generally speaking, they are interchangeable for the
most part. For example, a smaller paint sprayer may be able to handle a larger job, provided you don’t do it on a regular basis. If you’re unsure of which sprayer to use, check the reviews on the Internet. They will generally be able to give you an idea.

The DP6820 airless paint sprayer will drastically cut the time it takes you to paint compared to using a brush and roller. It’s
very useful for painting inside or outside of your home as well as fences and decks. You can find this model for an average price of
$600. Keep reading to learn about some of the features it offers.

Trigger
This paint sprayer is equipped with a two-finger trigger to make it more comfortable to use. When you release the trigger, the motor and pump will automatically stop. The handle is also equipped with a filter so that you can produce a better finish. Also, the
handle is a telescoping design so that the unit is easier to store.

Control
You will also like how conveniently the controls are located on the airless paint sprayer. The buttons are all located on one side of the sprayer. These buttons allow you to control power, spraying/priming, and adjust the pressure. This model’s maximum operating
pressure is 3,000 PSI.

Bucket
you can pump paint straight from both five gallon or one gallon containers. There is also a special hook that
is designed to keep the paint buckets level. This will help keep you from spilling paint everywhere when moving the sprayer around.
However, you shouldn’t need to move it around too often. This model comes equipped with a 50 foot hose. However, it can accommodate a hose that measures up to 200 feet.

Cart
This sprayer comes with its own cart so that it’s easy to move around. The cart tilts back so that you can change paint buckets
easily. There is also a storage compartment on the cart where you can hold any other equipment you need.

Maintenance
You will like how easy the DP6820 is to maintain. You are provided with a cleaning adapter so that you can quickly clean the
gun, hose, and pump. You simply need to attach your suction hose to the water bucket and flush it out for a few minutes. You need to use water-based paints for this to be effective though.
The DP6820 airless pump will help you tackle large painting tasks quickly and easily. You can use two fingers to operate the trigger which is much more comfortable. The unit is also equipped with its own cart for more portability. The special hook will help you keep the bucket from spilling paint whenever you move the sprayer around.