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Harbor Freight has Avanti Handheld HVLP Paint & Stain Sprayer for $79.99 - $35 w/ promo code 31062702 = $44.99. Shipping is $6.99. Thanks Dustin6707

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The compact, lightweight Avanti Handheld HVLP Paint & Stain Sprayer is easy to use and easy to clean for large household projects. The variable pressure trigger gives you ultimate control for feathering and blending. HVLP reduces paint waste for greater cost savings. Cover large areas fast (up to 40 ft. of fence) with minimal overspray and minimal dripping. -slickdewmaster

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Harbor Freight has their Avanti Portable HVLP Paint & Stain Sprayer on sale for $44.99.

i know its HF, but I personally own this one and paid $50 for it on sale awhile back. I also own a Wagner, and can say this one, from HF, gets way more use around the shop. Its easy to use, super easy to clean, and can knock out small or medium projects fast. Over spray is not bad once you get use to the adjustments, and it can spary latex at a 2/1 mix. Worth every penny, even if you only plan to use it 1 time on a fence and toss it, but I wouldn't.

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Use HFs HVLP purple sprayer ($15) . Great for cabinets and light duty use. FLOOD is a paint additive that smooths and levels the paint, with lacquer like finishes and I highly recommend using it to achieve factory like finishes.
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Also, just an fyi for anyone who does not know. Just go to the hf site, click deals and it will be a coupon. But here is the code 31062702
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The only sprayer that would make your work faster would be an airless sprayer system, but not good for small jobs. You're better off with a roller. These fine mist sprayers in this page are for fine finish stuff.. like a piece of furniture, not a giant sheet of drywall
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Also, just an fyi for anyone who does not know. Just go to the hf site, click deals and it will be a coupon. But here is the code 31062702
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Is there no option for in-store pickup at this price? Thanks.
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Also, just an fyi for anyone who does not know. Just go to the hf site, click deals and it will be a coupon. But here is the code 31062702
https://images.harborfreight.com/...es/41c.jpg only coupon i see hmm says save $30 but shows $69.99 sale price
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Here is a pic of the coupon https://ibb.co/Nr0WNZd
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no free shipping Frown
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Seeking some advice. I need something to touch up some outdoor aluminum furniture and kitchen cabinet doors that's going to leave a professional look & finish. Based on my research thus far, I was leaning towards getting a decent sized air compressor (e.g. larger than a pancake) and HVLP gun attachment, but I am just now discovering that these electric options (no air compressor required) exist. Does anyone have experience with both setups and if so, which one would you advise that I get. I don't want to spend more than I need to, but I'm not afraid to spend as much as I need to for satisfactory results. Thanks in advance!
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Seeking some advice. I need something to touch up some outdoor aluminum furniture and kitchen cabinet doors that's going to leave a professional look & finish. Based on my research thus far, I was leaning towards getting a decent sized air compressor (e.g. larger than a pancake) and HVLP gun attachment, but I am just now discovering that these electric options (no air compressor required) exist. Does anyone have experience with both setups and if so, which one would you advise that I get. I don't want to spend more than I need to, but I'm not afraid to spend as much as I need to for satisfactory results. Thanks in advance!
Good question, but i think the air compressor types allow you more paint coverage as these electric ones only contain a small container. Please dont quote me
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Seeking some advice. I need something to touch up some outdoor aluminum furniture and kitchen cabinet doors that's going to leave a professional look & finish. Based on my research thus far, I was leaning towards getting a decent sized air compressor (e.g. larger than a pancake) and HVLP gun attachment, but I am just now discovering that these electric options (no air compressor required) exist. Does anyone have experience with both setups and if so, which one would you advise that I get. I don't want to spend more than I need to, but I'm not afraid to spend as much as I need to for satisfactory results. Thanks in advance!
No option is a guarantee for a professional look and finish. Some options get novices closer than others, but the leap from "pretty good" to "professional" is all about experience. But then again, "professional" seems to be a pretty subjective standard these days with a lower bar than it used to be. Orange peel is even acceptable on new cars nowadays.

Look at the Wagner conversion gun, or a true turbine. Both are more expensive than this, but both will provide a finer finish, with a reasonable amount of practice.

tl;dr No spray gun type is going to guarantee you a professional finish.
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Also, just an fyi for anyone who does not know. Just go to the hf site, click deals and it will be a coupon. But here is the code 31062702
I used the code you posted and was able to get it for the posted price. Thanks!
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Well, its all a matter of what you already have, both can do professional jobs. If you have nothing, meaning no gun, and no air compressor that can handle it, ect. I would go hvlp, something like a fuji. They start around $200 used for a Fuji Semi Pro 2, $300ish new, and can go all they way up to $1400. No matter the gun, you will need practice with it, to get that professional look.

On the other hand, if your going to use that nice new compressor for other things, and not use the HVLP system much after. Go with it instead, its really up to you. Buy this cheap one, and play with it on some small stuff. That way you have atleast, a very small taste, of what a high end system could do for you. I am still not knocking this gun though, for anything non professional grade, use this.

FYI, if you get a compressor and everything needed, HF's purple gun is a great gun also (for the price, 19?)
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Latex is better with an airless sprayer, especially for big jobs like walls. Hvlp is good for small jobs and high flow paints.
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Seeking some advice. I need something to touch up some outdoor aluminum furniture and kitchen cabinet doors that's going to leave a professional look & finish. Based on my research thus far, I was leaning towards getting a decent sized air compressor (e.g. larger than a pancake) and HVLP gun attachment, but I am just now discovering that these electric options (no air compressor required) exist. Does anyone have experience with both setups and if so, which one would you advise that I get. I don't want to spend more than I need to, but I'm not afraid to spend as much as I need to for satisfactory results. Thanks in advance!
There was a decent deal on a larger and very capable compressor a couple of days ago.
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Could I use this to paint a concrete porch? New to paint sprayers so not if this would work
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