Paint Sprayers

Browse our range of airless paint sprayers and paint spray guns from Total Tools and find the perfect tool to suit your needs. Whether you're looking to restore old surfaces with a glossy new finish or undertake a precision paint job on a wall feature, our selection of paint sprayers with high-performance gravity and suction feed mechanisms will help you deal even with the toughest job at hand. Choose from today's popular and most trusted brands like Aeropro, Star, Wagner, Titan, AirBoy, and many more.

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What is a paint sprayer?

A paint sprayer is a tool that uses compressed air or high pressure to atomize and spray paint onto a surface. It is a faster and more efficient way to apply paint than using a brush or roller, and it can also produce a more even and professional finish.

What are the different types of paint sprayers and paint spray guns available at Total Tools?

There are several types of paint sprayers available at Total Tools, including airless sprayers, HVLP (high-volume, low-pressure) sprayers, and compressed air sprayers. Airless sprayers are the most powerful and efficient option, but they also require the most setup and cleanup. HVLP sprayers are better for small, detailed projects and produce less overspray. Compressed air sprayers are the least powerful option, but they are also the most portable and easy to use.

How to use a paint sprayer?

  1. You will need to fill the container with paint and properly adjust the spray pattern and pressure according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  2. Then, hold the sprayer about 6-12 inches away from the surface and move it back and forth in a steady, sweeping motion, overlapping each pass slightly.
  3. Be sure to wear protective gear, such as goggles and a mask, and follow all safety precautions.

Here are some advantages of using a paint spray gun:

  • It can save you time and effort, especially on larger projects.
  • It can produce a more even and professional finish compared to using a brush or roller.
  • It can be more cost-effective in the long run, as they use less paint and can reduce the need for additional coats.

Overall, paint sprayers are a useful tool for any DIY enthusiast or professional painter.