Graco 16N673 TrueCoat Pro II Electric Paint Sprayer

November 24, 2015 - Comment

TrueCoat Pro II handheld sprayers are the fastest and easiest way to complete your 1 – 2 gallon painting projects. No need to break out the big sprayer for touch ups or small projects like doors and trim. Get the same professional quality finish as Graco’s pro stationary sprayers. Product Features Ideal for 4-8 quart

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TrueCoat Pro II handheld sprayers are the fastest and easiest way to complete your 1 – 2 gallon painting projects. No need to break out the big sprayer for touch ups or small projects like doors and trim. Get the same professional quality finish as Graco’s pro stationary sprayers.

Product Features

  • Ideal for 4-8 quart projects like walls, ceilings, doors, shutters, garage doors, furniture, railings and decks
  • No thinning required
  • The Tilt-N-Spray pendulum suction tube provides a full motion of spraying from up, down or sideways without losing prime
  • The TrueCoat Pro II is fully repairable to extend the life of your sprayer
  • Includes 515 TrueCoat reversible tip, 32 oz. cup with cover, 5 liners, pump armor storage /start-up tool, instructional DVD and storage case
  • Spray a wide variety of coatings from stains to heavy latex and acrylics. (Do not use with materials that state “flammable” on packaging)

Comments

Carl Twain says:

Great quality paint job This sprayer does a great job even with fine cabinetry. There are multiple tip sizes available which adds to the convenience of this model. The tip that comes with the sprayer is a 515 (0.015″) which has a wide fan and is suitable for most paints. You may want a narrower fan 315 tip for smaller jobs like furniture or a 311 (0.011″) tip for finer finishes. The quart size container becomes a bit limited for larger jobs–I am still surprised at how quickly I can spray a gallon of paint with this sprayer. The claim that this sprayer can be tilted for horizontal surfaces is very accurate. The sprayer doesn’t have to be held upright to operate properly.The only real negative for this sprayer is cleanup time. I’ve used this sprayer a lot, and I know I have to budget 20-30 minutes for each cleanup. When I am doing a lot of work on horizontal surfaces, the lid gets coated with paint, and it is a bit of a bear getting the paint off all the inner surfaces, even with cup…

CoffeeAddict says:

Easy setup and cleanup So far, I’ve used this to paint a large sectional garage door and half a dozen interior doors. I’m pleased to be able to spray thick latex paint without thinning. I have three other sprayers (HVLP, airless, and conventional). This has become my instant favorite, because the others either require too much thinning, too much cleanup, or waste too much paint inside feed hoses.The casing of this sprayer is plastic, with some fairly convoluted curves and crevices, and does not lend itself to an easy wipe down. Some paint always remains in some crevice unless you are using some crevice cleaning tool. Although K-S brush cleaner (containing acetone, benzene, methanol and ethanol) does not instantly dissolve the plastic as I feared it might, the blue color of the plastic does slightly stain the cleaning cloth, indicating that the plastic housing is not impervious to the cleaning solvent. I was able to soak the entire tip assembly in brush cleaner solvent without visibly…

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