Graco Magnum 262805 X7 HiBoy Cart Airless Paint Sprayer

January 22, 2016 - Comment

Light-duty airless paint sprayer designed for the serious do-it-yourselfer, handyman or remodeling contractor with occasional painting needs. Ideal for a variety of interior and exterior painting projects including walls, doors, ceilings, exterior repaint, fences and decks. Comes with everything you need to get you spraying immediately, including; a SG2 metal spray gun with in handle

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Light-duty airless paint sprayer designed for the serious do-it-yourselfer, handyman or remodeling contractor with occasional painting needs. Ideal for a variety of interior and exterior painting projects including walls, doors, ceilings, exterior repaint, fences and decks. Comes with everything you need to get you spraying immediately, including; a SG2 metal spray gun with in handle filter, 25-Feet of Graco DuraFlex hose, RAC IV 515 airless spray tip, 8-Ounce of Pump Armor storage fluid and an operational DVD and quick start-up guide. New durable, easy-to-clean cart. Power flush cleaning adapter fits on standard garden hose for fast cleanup.

Product Features

  • Maximum delivery rating: 0.31 gallons per minute gallons per minute, pump directly from 1 or 5 gallon paint containers
  • Maximum operating pressure: 3000 psi – pounds per square inch
  • Maximum tip size: 0.017-Inch
  • 5/8 Horsepower – runs off a 15 Amp household current or 1500 Watt generator
  • Maximum hose length: 100 feet
  • Gun included SG2
  • Sprays a wide variety of coating from stains to heavy latex and acrylics. (Excludes lacquer, block filler, asphalt and texture-filled materials)

Comments

vadd says:

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A. McDaniel says:

Perfect for fence staining I had nearly 700 linear feet of 6′ tall fence to stain. That’s a pretty big job and the quote I got from a fence staining company reflected it.I bought this sprayer figuring that it would pay for itself with the first job and I could use if for other painting jobs if it worked out.I was able to spray on the stain in less time than it took me to pressure wash it the weekend before! The result looks like it was done by the professionals and I saved a nice chunk of change in the process.For the stain, I used a 413 tip instead of the 515 tip that it comes with. It might have been a good idea to get the extension for the sprayer because my back was really barking at me the next day from all of the leaning over and standing back up. Based on the amount of over-spray, I will probably stick with a roller (or maybe the roller attachment for this) for interior painting.Clean up wasn’t bad, probably took less than 30 minutes total and I used…

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