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3.9 out of 5 stars
W610 HVLP Fine Paint Spray System
Price:£79.99+Free shipping
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on 30 August 2013
This is a brilliant piece of kit. I repainted 14 fence panels 5-10 minutes each using good quality (not diluted for sprays) fence paint.
Infinitely better than other sprays I've used in the past which were messy and clogged constantly.
I highly recommend it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Bought this spray gun at a lightning deal price of around and am very glad I did.

Wagner is renound for producing great spray guns and the W610 is no exception. This is a high quality budget spray "system" (as the compressor is included) that is so easy to use and maintain.

The HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure) system works great for priming any type of surface and also works great for applying finish on wood.

It is very well suited for odd jobs around the house, garden or any other place where it would be impracticable to carry a large compressor. I often use it on my old boat at the yard. However I have used it on walls too, obtaining awesome results.

The W610 is very easy to clean, also thanks to today's water based sprays. I did find that I could use normal paints also, without even thinning them. So this gun will handle normal wood paints and varnishes with ease.

I really like this little spray system, and would highly recommend it to anyone into DIY
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 17 October 2014
I used to buy spray varnish and paints to finish my craft and DIY projects at up to £10 a can and they don't cover much.
With this I can easily control the the thickness of each coat of finish/paint, I've used water and oil based paints and varnish with top quality results every time. I would advise always doing a test spay on some scrap material to adjust the flow or the speed you move over the surface. With oil based products I've had to thin with about 5% white spirit but water based seems to work ok straight from the tin. Be ready to put multiple coats on your project to avoid the dimpling or runs you get if you try cover in one thick coat but because of the speed and ease of use this isn't a great problem. I recommend you use a primer especially on absorbent materials such as MDF.

As with any tool it's not a magic wand and is only as good as the person who's using it. Having said that it is very forgiving and with a little practice and adjustment even a none DIYer will get good results with very little mess (make sure you mask around your project but there isn't much over spray). It's easy to clean especially if you use water based products and I've found that if I'm leaving coats to dry overnight I can just put a plastic bag over the spray gun and take it off the next day and away I go. With practice I'm now producing furniture that looks like it's professionally sprayed.
I get great coverage so compared to the aerosols the savings have paid for the spray system already. I would also recommend getting the system with the separate gun and air unit (W610), I got mine on offer for just over £50 but if it ever stopped working I'd happily pay more to replace it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 5 May 2015
Purchased this 'on the cheap' through an Amazon lightning deal, mainly to paint my garden fences. I found that it worked perfectly ok with normal Ronseal brush on fence paint, and I did not have to use the more expensive 'sprayable' version of the paint. 5 minutes flat and a 6' x 6' panel was painted. A 2 minute brush over to ensure any runs were evenly spread, and then onto the next panel - MUCH better than continuously having to dip brush into pot and drip paint all over the strip of floor / paving / grass along bottom of fence. When first delivered, I popped out to the garden to test it on one panel and couldn't stop going as it was........quite enjoyable actually. Consumed one pot (circa 850ml) per side of a 6x6 panel. Note:- don't use it with any breeze or wind or else paint won't hit target. Also, much easier on the side of my garden where I had timber posts which needed painting, as masking concrete posts other side of garden was very difficult. I doubt I'd use this indoors for internal walls as the whole house would be covered in paint.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Bought this on a Black Friday deal last year to make the biannual fence painting hopefully a little easier. Used for the first time today and within an hour had sprayed a quarter of the outside woodwork. This would have take four or five hours previously (or longer). It worked great. Took a while to get the flow rate right but that's part of the setup. All in, using this to apply a clear wood preserver worked brilliantly. I'm hoping it will be easy to maintain and the unit lasts but at this point it's turned a mare of a job into a fun one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 2 January 2014
unfortunately not as good as i required or expected. i wanted a machine to spray staircase spindles and woodwork to doors etc..
and this required the paint to be thinned so much that it was barely worth putting it on.
it may work well for small items of furniture.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 17 July 2014
Has saveed me countless hours on a ceiling rose and architrave. For fiddly work, this is exactly the right tool - don't think I would be persuaded to use on walls, as quicker with a roller.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 9 December 2013
This was a great bargain in the "Black Friday" deals and it's a great product. Previous sprayers I tried would not handle gloopy fence preservatives but this made no problems at all. Dead easy to assemble and use and I sprayed a dozen large fence panels in much less than an hour. One teensy quibble, which does not merit loss of a star, is that the paint container is very small and you end up refilling it every other minute. Well pleased with this gadget.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 5 February 2015
ok; not exactly a strong spray. Good for little jobs but difficult to clean.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 9 July 2014
Started using Sat lunchtime and at first it was brilliant. But by Sunday it was clogging up regularly and eventually wouldn't even flush water through. Was using watered down emulsion and was flushing/stripping down and cleaning far more often than the 4 hr max usage recommended in the handbook. Trouble is you can't get to the inner workings where I suspect the problem lay and merely emptying the container and spraying through fresh water wasn't enough to stop the paint building up inside and blocking it up. It was a hot day as well, so maybe the sun baked it and dried up the paint inside the workings? Less likely to do that with fence spray I'd imagine. Shame.
Amazon great about refunding though.
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