Posted by oldtanker on September 30, 2012 at 09:14:02 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Spray gun advice posted by Britcheflee on September 30, 2012 at 07:35:07:
At what cheap guns sell for (anything under 100 bucks) I'd real reluctant to spend money on paint unless I knew for certain that old gun you got will work as designed.
A lot of siphon guns are supposed to have a pressure regulator in line set at no more than 45PSI and a dryer inline is recommended. Paint is supposed to be mixed to the pressure/gun.
In most cases I follow the instructions on the paint an for thiner/reducer and use the same thing for clean up. For testing to make sure a gun works what ever is cheapest.
Follow the aready posted instructions on applying the paint and surface prep. Pred is the most important part! I have a BIL who can really lay paint but don't let him do the prep work. Stuff he preps, that fantastic paint falls of in short time.
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