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Going to buy one of those no name Spray painter????

post #1 of 10
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Hey, guys. going to buy one of those No name paint sprayer everyone was talking about and some bought while back. Just need to know before i buy it, is it a good product for those of you who have bought one and used it??? Just wanted to make sure before i put the cash down on it


Okay, so got it in the mail. Awesome looking. But i think they gave me a turbine that they used, lol. The gun was in excellent shape but the turbine and tube had white paint all over it. Anyone get one with paint on it. I hope this doesn't mess up the warranty on it.
post #2 of 10
Others hopefully will confirm what seems obvious.....after many months and a bunch of purchases and usage, no one....not a single member has ever posted a negative review of the product.

Rare indeed on any Forum, let alone a DIY Forum where value + inexpensiveness matters
post #3 of 10
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Good, because i just bought one. Looking forward to doing me a silver fire screen up.
post #4 of 10
My DIY are average at best, and I found the sprayer to be very easy to use and effective.
post #5 of 10
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Originally Posted by MississippiMan View Post

Others hopefully will confirm what seems obvious.....after many months and a bunch of purchases and usage, no one....not a single member has ever posted a negative review of the product.

Rare indeed on any Forum, let alone a DIY Forum where value + inexpensiveness matters

did you get one that had paint on the turbine like it's been used??
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did you get one that had paint on the turbine like it's been used??


No...but they are listed as and labeled as being Reconditioned, so that can mean either New & Unused -Returned, or Used-Rebuilt.

So far I haven't seen a single post where someone got a Lemon.
post #7 of 10
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okay, It doesn't bother me that it was returned or used; I just want to make sure i still get the year warranty on the turbine, that's all. Looking forward to using it. The the Silver Fire topic give me all the info on how to use this thing??
post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by narhic_fd View Post

okay, It doesn't bother me that it was returned or used; I just want to make sure i still get the year warranty on the turbine, that's all. Looking forward to using it. The the Silver Fire topic give me all the info on how to use this thing??

Pretty much, but the most details are in dedicated Threads I've authored about spraying or particular projects.

I'd provide links to all of 'em as a "signature" but that would be a Post in and of itself. Probably need to see if a "Sticky" on Spraying is possible.
post #9 of 10
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Originally Posted by MississippiMan View Post

Pretty much, but the most details are in dedicated Threads I've authored about spraying or particular projects.

I'd provide links to all of 'em as a "signature" but that would be a Post in and of itself. Probably need to see if a "Sticky" on Spraying is possible.

Yeah, it would be cool to have a sticky on it with some vids using the Refurbish gun, but I'm guessing it isn't any diff then the ones on using the Wagner. As of yet, I've only seen one video of you spraying the Silver fire mixture. I would LOVE to see a completed video Tutorial on the whole process. The DVD that came with the gun was very helpful. All the things i can do with this gun is cool and i look forward to other paint and staining jobs with it.
Also, I want to learn all about this gun so i can keep it the maintenance on it up. Want it last this gun to last well into the future. Want to take it apart and see how it ticks and stuff but I'll wait until after the warranty is up because that usually voids warranties.
post #10 of 10
Hey! I didn't get no stinkin' DVD!

I'll work on compiling a collection of Videos and pre-published instructions.
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