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Graco Magnum Airless Painter x7 ($370) and x5 ($289)

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The Project Series is designed to easily handle homeowner and handyman projects such as doors, trim, interior walls, ceilings, decks, fences and exteriors of houses. For those painting up to 125 gal. per year, these sprayers will help you finish projects faster with the ability to spray in all directions using un-thinned paint. The Magnum X5 gives your projects the reach they need, since this sprayer can support up to 75 ft. of paint hose. You can spray directly from a 1 or 5-gallon bucket with its flexible suction tube and clean up in no time with the PowerFlush adapter.
  • Fully adjustable pressure to give you ultimate control of paint flow for any project size
  • Flexible suction tube allows you to spray directly from a 1 or 5 gal. paint bucket
  • Can support up to 75 ft. of paint hose, giving you extra reach for your projects
  • Annual use recommendation is up to 125 Gal. per year
  • Supports up to a maximum tip size of 0.015 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
  • 1-hand carrying handle for easy mobility
  • Light portable stand design makes it easy to move around the project
  • Click here to learn more about paint sprayers
  • 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

Graco Magnum x5 (Home Depot - $289)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Graco.../100634354

Graco Magnum x7 (Home Depot - $370)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Graco.../100634350
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Look up paint injection injuries and you'll never want one of these again. Too much time to prep and clean up. Not worth it
Learning how to use tools properly is one of the first parts of using tools at all. If your logic had any merit at all then chainsaws, cars, and hammers should be avoided or even banned outright.
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Learning how to use tools properly is one of the first parts of using tools at all. If your logic had any merit at all then chainsaws, cars, and hammers should be avoided or even banned outright.
Injuries with those get talked about all the time. Many people have no idea about the extent of injuries with these spray guns.
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Quote from SplendidHome1945 :
Look up paint injection injuries and you'll never want one of these again. Too much time to prep and clean up. Not worth it
Don't use a pressure water either then. Or any piece of machinery that has hydraulics.

Clean does take time but you don't use this to paint 1 wall in your house...
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I clean mine by flushing it with hot water 3x. Usually 2 seconds per ft of hose. Then disassemble the gun and leave it in a bucket of water. If you are going to store it long term, one more flush bit add a little dish soap.
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Rolling will always be faster
Yeah, I see a lot of professional painters rolling exterior siding
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How is this slick for only $20 and $40 off?
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Quote from SplendidHome1945 :
Look up paint injection injuries and you'll never want one of these again. Too much time to prep and clean up. Not worth it
lol... if you're that incompetent, you probably shouldn't use any tools then. and make sure to use the round-ended scissors while you're at it.

these are well worth it for certain types of jobs.
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Rolling will always be faster
ya, we know what you've been rolling...
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How is this slick for only $20 and $40 off?
I 2nd that
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How is this slick for only $20 and $40 off?
Well, its $429 @ lowes right now.
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These were cheaper in the one day sale yesterday.. x5 was 261..
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How is the x7 compared with the pro x19?

I missed the pro x19 for $330 from 6 months ago
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