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Designed to handle homeowner and handyman projects such as doors, trim, interior walls, ceilings, decks, fences, and exterior of houses. The X7 supports a larger tip size for spraying heavier coatings and the convenient cart makes any painting project faster and easier. -slickdewmaster

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has select Graco Magnum Airless Paint Sprayers on sale. Shipping is free where stock permits. Notes: limited stock, may not be available for online purchase in select areas due to local ordinancesNotes:
  • Flexible suction tube allows spraying directly from a 1 or 5 Gal. paint bucket
  • Can support up to 100 ft. of paint hose
  • Annual use recommendation is up to 125 Gal. per year
  • Supports up to a maximum tip size of 0.017 in.
  • TrueAirless spray tip allows you to reverse the tip when clogged to keep you spraying
  • SG2 metal spray gun with in-handle filter blocks debris to prevent tip clogs
  • PushPrime button for fast and reliable start-up
  • Stainless steel piston pump allows you to spray paint unthinned at high pressure
  • PowerFlush adapter connects to a garden hose for fast and easy cleaning
  • Convenient cart allows you to easily move both the sprayer and paint around your project
  • Includes:
    • SG2 metal spray gun,
    • TrueAirless 515 spray tip
    • 25 ft. Duraflex paint hose
    • pump armor storage fluid
    • PowerFlush adapter
    • quick start-up guide and operation manual
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A few pointers:

Understand that airless sprayers are designed to paint a lot of surface quick, don't confuse it with a HVLP sprayer that is designed to leave a much finer finish but is slower at the job
I do not recommend the roller attachment, it was annoying to use and not worth the money at all IMO
Remember that if you want to use this inside that there is a lot of prep work coupled with the fact that you will have a strong toxic mist in the room you're in
If you want to do walls/ceilings with it - don't. Old fashioned way truly is your best option
If you want to do cabinets on the otherhand, its great for that. One tip I highly recommend is to roll on the paint for the main part of the cabinets and take the doors outside (using the clothes hanger method, its seriously easy and it works) where you need far less prep work but also not a massive toxic cloud of paint in your living space. It works very well, I've flipped a house using this method with professional results
Outside jobs is the opposite of inside. Inside its a mess, lots of prep work and not usually the best option whereas outside it's amazing. Prep work is simple while having superior coverage (saving money on paint) with pro results that allows you to easily paint rough surfaces like stucko in seconds to projects with a lot of slats such as fencing while getting into all of those hard to reach areas that'd otherwise be difficult to get to.
It does take time to clean, it's not two seconds. You have to clean absolutely everything. It's why I think sprayers are not meant for everyone and that you shouldn't use it every chance you get either. For your front door as an example - great usage, even your interior doors if they're not slabs but for any smooth surface - just use a freaking roller!

Anyways I have had no issues with mine so far, recommend for sure and this brand really is the best at what they do for this price range (or any price range at a consumer level).
I have an X5. Love it - we have used it to paint our trim and walls in our home.

- With sprayers like this it takes a long time to setup and a small time to paint. You might spend 1-2 days covering everything and just a couple hours spraying.

- If you do get this, investigate buying tips. They make a HUGE difference. The standard tip that comes on these things gives out a wide radius that is handy for outdoor spraying or whole rooms/ceilings but is horrible for small areas/trim. I like using a fine/low pressure tip. I've noticed I use much smaller volumes of paint with the finer tips.

- Watch lots of YouTube videos. The Idaho painter videos mentioned are awesome.

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New to the game and advice is much appreciated! Just trying to paint walls and cabinet, potentially fences later, which model should I get?
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New to the game and advice is much appreciated! Just trying to paint walls and cabinet, potentially fences later, which model should I get?
Also seeking the same advice. Additionally, I plan to paint interior and exterior of the house
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There are a lot of great videos on YouTube of this model. Check out the Ohio Painter on YouTube.
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There are a lot of great videos on YouTube of this model. Check out the Ohio Painter on YouTube.
Did you mean idaho painter? Look up paint life tv. The idaho painter on youtube
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Did you mean idaho painter? Look up paint life tv. The idaho painter on youtube
I'm from Idaho. People always mix it up with Iowa or Ohio. Not even close, folks!
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A few pointers:
  • Understand that airless sprayers are designed to paint a lot of surface quick, don't confuse it with a HVLP sprayer that is designed to leave a much finer finish but is slower at the job
  • I do not recommend the roller attachment, it was annoying to use and not worth the money at all IMO
  • Remember that if you want to use this inside that there is a lot of prep work coupled with the fact that you will have a strong toxic mist in the room you're in
  • If you want to do [interior] walls/ceilings with it - don't. Old fashioned way truly is your best option
  • If you want to do cabinets on the otherhand, its great for that. One tip I highly recommend is to roll on the paint for the main part of the cabinets and take the doors outside (using the clothes hanger method, its seriously easy and it works) where you need far less prep work but also not a massive toxic cloud of paint in your living space. It works very well, I've flipped a house using this method with professional results
  • Outside jobs is the opposite of inside. Inside its a mess, lots of prep work and not usually the best option whereas outside it's amazing. Prep work is simple while having superior coverage (saving money on paint) with pro results that allows you to easily paint rough surfaces like stucko in seconds to projects with a lot of slats such as fencing while getting into all of those hard to reach areas that'd otherwise be difficult to get to.
  • It does take time to clean, it's not two seconds. You have to clean absolutely everything. It's why I think sprayers are not meant for everyone and that you shouldn't use it every chance you get either. For your front door as an example - great usage, even your interior doors if they're not slabs but for any smooth surface - just use a freaking roller!
Anyways I have had no issues with mine so far, recommend for sure and this brand really is the best at what they do for this price range (or any price range at a consumer level).
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Do let me know if this is worthwhile. I'm looking to paint exterior of house and outside fences.
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Do let me know if this is worthwhile. I'm looking to paint exterior of house and outside fences.
Yes.

Also, this was on sale like 2 days ago.

Price match it to Lowe's if you got that $30 promo gift card from previous deal.
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This sprays big areas fast. And keeps about 2 gallons in the hose line to run. It's definitely not great for indoors.

I prime/fireproof and paint large set pieces and constructions for events with it.
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A few pointers:
  • Understand that airless sprayers are designed to paint a lot of surface quick, don't confuse it with a HVLP sprayer that is designed to leave a much finer finish but is slower at the job
  • I do not recommend the roller attachment, it was annoying to use and not worth the money at all IMO
  • Remember that if you want to use this inside that there is a lot of prep work coupled with the fact that you will have a strong toxic mist in the room you're in
  • If you want to do walls/ceilings with it - don't. Old fashioned way truly is your best option
  • If you want to do cabinets on the otherhand, its great for that. One tip I highly recommend is to roll on the paint for the main part of the cabinets and take the doors outside (using the clothes hanger method, its seriously easy and it works) where you need far less prep work but also not a massive toxic cloud of paint in your living space. It works very well, I've flipped a house using this method with professional results
  • It does take time to clean, it's not two seconds. You have to clean absolutely everything. It's why I think sprayers are not meant for everyone and that you shouldn't use it every chance you get either. For your front door as an example - great usage, even your interior doors if they're not slabs but for any smooth surface - just use a freaking roller!
Anyways I have had no issues with mine so far, recommend for sure and this brand really is the best at what they do for this price range (or any price range at a consumer level).
Hi, you mentioned that a HVLP sprayer will create a finer finish so would that kind of sprayer be better for cabinets than this airless sprayer? Does the difference matter much and will this airless sprayer give a smooth finish on cabinets? We're about to repaint our kitchen cabinets and originally going to roll paint them but then decided we will spray it on instead for a smooth finish but now I don't know if we should get an airless sprayer or a HVLP sprayer.
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Do let me know if this is worthwhile. I'm looking to paint exterior of house and outside fences.
This thing is AWSOME for painting LARGE OUTDOOR areas. Painted my huge garage in what felt like 30min. Watch a few youtube videos and you will be good to go. I wouldn't recommend this for small jobs. I purchased a graco truecoat 360 specifically for small projects and it has worked great spraying gloss onto baseboards, casings, crown and cabinet doors.
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I've had one if these for close to 20 years and love it. Shot 36 gallons of stain with it one weekend, which this made tolerable. Haven't ever used it on indoor projects. Just used it for my wood house, garage, workshop, fences, decks, etc.
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