Who thinks about The Karate Kid when you have an extensive painting job that needs to be completed? We sure do. The up and down movement is pretty effective at getting a fence, home, or interior wall painted, but it takes time. Do you really want to be out there painting all day, every day, for the next 3 days?
There is a better way. A paint sprayer can give you the same results without the same level of physical effort. You may not be able to effectively block someone’s strike if you use a paint sprayer instead of a brush, but you’ll finish the job in an afternoon instead of a weekend, giving you more free time to pursue other tasks or hobbies.
Like watching a favorite movie.
Painting with a brush or a roller requires a deft touch. You can’t use too much paint because doing so causes the paint to run. Then you’ve got to fix those runs. Getting into edges and corners can be particularly difficult. If you don’t use enough paint, then you’re left with trying to give yourself a consistent look while adding a second or even a third coat to your project.
With a paint sprayer, you can get great results with just one coat. This is because the sprayer will create droplets of paint which then “splash” out onto your wall. One slow horizontal pass with your paint sprayer at 10-12 inches is like making 3-4 passes with a brush or a roller.
In practical terms, this means you can save between 15-30 seconds on each pass you make with a paint sprayer when compared to traditional painting methods. That might not seem like a lot at first, but then multiply that time savings across the number of passes you need to take to paint a fence, home, or exterior wall.
That’s why paint sprayers are such effective tools.
Paint sprayers are great tools to own, but they do require some ongoing maintenance to make sure they’re performing as well as they can. It is important to make sure you clean out your paint sprayer after every use so that dried paint can’t interfere with the mechanisms. Washing out any hoses and other accessories is also a best practice to prevent clogging, low pressure, or paint splatters.
You can save a lot of time on your cleaning and maintenance by investing into a paint sprayer that can hook up to a standard garden hose to be cleaned.
If you need to use an air compressor or other tool to help make your paint sprayer work, then be sure to give these extra tools some love as well. Change the oil in them if necessary, use extension cords of an appropriate grade and length, and store them as instructed by the manufacturer for best results.
If you take care of your paint sprayer, then you might not earn a black belt in your preferred marital arts, but you will create a stunning result that will leave you with a feeling of pride. Find your paint sprayer today and experience this for yourself.
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