How would a HVLP cope with doing a few walls or are they best suited to trim?I too agree with avoiding the handheld units for spraying rooms. Too heavy and too slow overall.
They do have a place for smaller trim jobs, doors etc.
I would compare to an hvlp and which is the best investment and gives you the most flexibility. Only you know what suits you best.
You seem to really not like paint hoses or anything airless. Do you realize how long it's going to take and how tired your hand and arm is going to feel afterwards? Filling up the cup every 10 minutes? It'll be less frustration for you if you just buy a $299 Graco airless. The setup, cleanup and use of an airless isn't that much of a hassle (after a bit of experience).Thanks guys, looks like I nearly bought the wrong one:thumbsup:
How would a HVLP cope with doing a few walls or are they best suited to trim?
I'm pretty new to spraying, so maybe I'm missing something, but here's my question: Why do you want to spray small rooms?Im thinking of buying one of these for spraying small rooms, built ins
Are they any good or is there a better model choice?
I dont want a full on airless pump with hoses due to the clean out times compared to the amount of time I would be using it for
I do all kinds of construction, mainly carpentry but I am about to start buying small renovations to do for my selfI'm pretty new to spraying, so maybe I'm missing something, but here's my question: Why do you want to spray small rooms?
No thinning needed. Maybe back door too. 2 doors is better than 1 for speed. These aren't high end projects. Brushing is hardly any more labor but I can lay it on thicker and be done in fewer coats.Really? No thinning? I would think you'd use it for like...the back door.