Wagner Detail Front End Kit

December 26, 2015 - Comment

The Detail Finish nozzle is ideal for small projects and fine finishing. This accessory will provide a fine finish on projects such as cabinets, crafts, and furniture. It can be used with stains, sealers, and polyurethane coatings. The Wagner exclusive Lock-n-Go technology allows for this accessory to be quickly switched for material change and easy

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The Detail Finish nozzle is ideal for small projects and fine finishing. This accessory will provide a fine finish on projects such as cabinets, crafts, and furniture. It can be used with stains, sealers, and polyurethane coatings. The Wagner exclusive Lock-n-Go technology allows for this accessory to be quickly switched for material change and easy cleaning and can be used with most Wagner HVLP products.

Product Features

  • Generates a controlled fine spray pattern for detail finishing and small surface projects
  • Used with all Wagner HVLP sprayers
  • Adjustable flow control for precise spraying, three spray pattern settings including horizontal, vertical, and round (narrow)
  • Sprays paints, stains, sealers, and urethanes, 20 fl. oz. cup ideal for small projects
  • No wear parts for long life

Comments

Richard Bozeman says:

Great tool for the money 0

just being Frank says:

A fine small job sprayer A fine small job sprayer, but cannot say it is designed for detail work. The spray pattern is still pretty large.I bought this for spraying lattice panels and it does fine, not as much overspray as my original Wagner 0518080 Control Spray Max HVLP Sprayer, purchased 3 years ago (here on Amazon). Very nice that this line of Wagner sprayers has stuck around, the front-end attached as expected and I was ready to shoot after loading up the paint container.Paint containers, the stainless and 1400ml plastic that came with my original HVLP kit, are all interchangeable, very convenient.Note: the instructions say that these Wagners will shoot stain without thinning, but I found that reducing the paint viscosity helps flow and coverage. I strive to find something that is somewhat similar to the consistency of cream, or coffee creamer. This allows me to reduce the flow and lower the pressure… This means it takes a little more time to cover, but also reduces…

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