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Graco TrueCoat Airless Paint Sprayer

Thu Dec 29, 2011 6:52 am

Over the years i have had several wagner sprayers, and they do not compare to this item. I reluctantly purchased this item, after talking with the staff at Lowe's, having a LOT of underdecking to stain. Well i used, and was very satisfied. Once i master it, i am sure, i will elimate the run's :oops: Good flow, coverage, etc. Lot better than the wagner, and less noisy.

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John

Re: Graco TrueCoat Airless Paint Sprayer

Thu Dec 29, 2011 10:52 am

Never had any dealings with the Graco, but I had a commercial Wagner for over 30 years I really liked, painted 2 or 3 houses with it, even painted my old 63 Chevy pickup with it. :lol: You did have to pay attention to what you were doing with it though, when using the pickup tubes in a gallon can to paint a house it would move a gallon of paint in about 10 minutes. Handy rig, till I loaned it to a guy that didn't clean it after using it. He brought it back in the box, and I didn't check it for 6 months or so, and at that point I just threw it in the trash.

Re: Graco TrueCoat Airless Paint Sprayer

Mon Jan 02, 2012 8:46 pm

I have been in the drywall construction trade for 26 years and have owned 4 graco airless paint sprayers . While working on new homes part of my job is to prime the drywall. The sprayers I have are a lot bigger than that one but the quality is still there. My curent machine has had just over 26,000 gallons sprayed thru it. A lot of gun tips and empty 5 gallon pails to clean up but graco is one quality paint sprayer. Matt
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