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Graco Magnum 257025 Project Painter Plus Paint Sprayer is less than $200 today on Amazon.

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I've been watching this sprayer for several months, and this is the lowest I've seen it (normally above $230). This model is below the X5 and X7 that I feel are likely overkill for my needs. I'm going to use it for some kitchen cabinet doors I've been making, along with the RAC X guard and 310 low pressure tip (not included).

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Last Edited by PedroR January 9, 2021 at 09:05 PM
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For you folks painting furniture type items ....an airless is the wrong tool
Get a Fuji or Graco HVLP

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I've had a Graco X7 for many years and it's saved me a ton of money. Very easy to learn how to use. There are tons of YouTube videos. I've painted my rental house, my house, my deck, my church's fellowship hall and other church buildings and about to paint my shed. I've never had a problem. Just be sure to clean it throughly and that can be a bit messy and laborious but don't skimp on cleaning. I've never put oil paint or stain through it so water cleans it easily. I hook it up to the hose and clean it on both the prime and spray settings, and clean the gun by running water through it under pressure until it comes out crystal clear. After cleaning add Pump Armor to keep the water from rusting the insides and it should last you a long time.
Bought one. Now waiting for a deal for a house. Can't afford a place in this market.
Ordered. Thanks OP and appreciate the default to smile.amazon for donation.

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looks like a good deal to me. I had this in my cart considering on it for awhile...I got a lot of walls and ceilings to do soon so this looks like the push I needed. thanks for posting!
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Can anyone compare this to the X5? Amazon has had that for ~$271 for a while now and Home Depot sells it with the extension for $280 somewhat frequently. Wondering if it's worth it for a regular home-owner with occasional projects like small cabinets, wainscoting, and similar.
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This if very good price and this model is great for home projects
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Bought one. Now waiting for a deal for a house. Can't afford a place in this market.
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Mine works great. I got this to a replace a Wagner that had awful coverage and clogging.
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Ordered. Thanks OP and appreciate the default to smile.amazon for donation.
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Just used this to spray dryfall ceilings. Works great for 5gal buckets
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Can anyone compare this to the X5? Amazon has had that for ~$271 for a while now and Home Depot sells it with the extension for $280 somewhat frequently. Wondering if it's worth it for a regular home-owner with occasional projects like small cabinets, wainscoting, and similar.
I'd just get this. I've used with 5 gal buckets no problem. Spray doors trim base etc. all works well
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Is this overkill for painting 3 kitchen cabinets? Probably wouldn't use much after..Unless it holds resale
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I've had a Graco X7 for many years and it's saved me a ton of money. Very easy to learn how to use. There are tons of YouTube videos. I've painted my rental house, my house, my deck, my church's fellowship hall and other church buildings and about to paint my shed. I've never had a problem. Just be sure to clean it throughly and that can be a bit messy and laborious but don't skimp on cleaning. I've never put oil paint or stain through it so water cleans it easily. I hook it up to the hose and clean it on both the prime and spray settings, and clean the gun by running water through it under pressure until it comes out crystal clear. After cleaning add Pump Armor to keep the water from rusting the insides and it should last you a long time.
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Bought one. Now waiting for a deal for a house. Can't afford a place in this market.
Playing the waiting game as well
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Is this overkill for painting 3 kitchen cabinets? Probably wouldn't use much after..Unless it holds resale
Depends on paint cost. You can get cans with precatalyzer inside for fairly cheap from a supplier. Enamel based for cabinets will probably be best for high traffic areas. I've done that before when I didn't have sprayer.
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