- 1 What is the best tip for spraying ceilings?
- 2 What is a 311 spray tip used for?
- 3 What is a 515 spray tip used for?
- 4 What is a 313 spray tip used for?
- 5 Should I roll or spray my ceiling?
- 6 Should you paint ceiling or walls first?
- 7 Can I spray latex with a 311 tip?
- 8 What is a 517 spray tip?
- 9 What tip should I use to spray cabinets?
- 10 Can you spray stain with a 515 tip?
- 11 How long does a spray tip last?
- 12 How do I get a smooth finish with an airless sprayer?
- 13 How do you read an airless tip?
What is the best tip for spraying ceilings?
To paint larger surfaces, such as ceilings or tables, it would be more appropriate to use a 411 spray tip with lacquers or paints / interior materials. To paint rooms or houses, a 515 spray tip would do best.
What is a 311 spray tip used for?
6 inch spray pattern ideal for narrow surfaces such as fences, decks and furniture. The. 011 inch hole size optimal for spraying thinner materials like semi transparent stains, water sealers, stains or polyurethanes. Less overspray shortens cleanup time with less wasted material.
What is a 515 spray tip used for?
Achieve greater control and less overspray on different surfaces with a wide range of coatings, from stains to exterior paints. 10 inch spray pattern ideal for larger surfaces such as houses/buildings, walls and ceilings.
What is a 313 spray tip used for?
Achieve greater control and less overspray on different surfaces with a wide range of coatings, from stains to exterior paints. 6 inch spray pattern ideal for narrow surfaces such as fences, decks and furniture.
Should I roll or spray my ceiling?
Some painters break out a roller when it’s time to paint a ceiling, but it isn’t always the best tool for the job. If you’re planning on painting the entire room, then Wagner paint sprayer are much more efficient, especially if the ceiling is heavily textured.
Should you paint ceiling or walls first?
If you’re painting an entire room, first paint the ceiling, then the walls. It’s also usually better to paint large areas like walls before repainting the trim; because you’ll work more quickly when covering open areas, this can result in roller spatters, overspray and occasional errant brushstrokes.
Can I spray latex with a 311 tip?
This airless Sprayer tip was very easy to use and provided great coverage on a new interior door with latex paint using my Graco X5 airless sprayer. The reversible tip made it quick and easy to unclog with just a 180 turn of the top and I was back to spraying my doors. Clean up was relatively easy.
What is a 517 spray tip?
It’s the combination of fan-width and orifice-size that determines how thick of a coating you’ll spray. Case in point – a 317 tip and a 517 tip both have the same orifice size – 17-thousandths of an inch. But, the 517 tip sprays a 10-inch-wide fan, while the 317 sprays a 6-inch-wide fan.
What tip should I use to spray cabinets?
Spray Tip Selection When spraying water-based enamel and satin finish paint, it’s best to use a 311 spray tip as it will deliver a 6-inch spray fan that is perfect for cabinets and smaller doors.
Can you spray stain with a 515 tip?
Fill your Wagner paint sprayer with your deck stain. Note: The Control Pro 130 comes with a 515 spray tip that is great for latex paint. If you’re applying stain, you’ll need a 313 HEA spray tip for stains (sold separately) or 211 HEA spray tip for sealers (sold separately).
How long does a spray tip last?
Generally a RAC X spray tip will spray around 45 gallons of paint before it needs to be replaced. A RAC IV or RAC V spray tip will last for approximately 40 gallons. All tips will vary depending on pressure that the user is spraying at the the type of paint being sprayed.
How do I get a smooth finish with an airless sprayer?
Just wait till the paint is dry and lightly sand it with a fine grit sanding block to smooth it over. Paint over it again and you should be good to go! Here’s a quick video to demonstrate how I spray paint and get a flawless finish every time.
How do you read an airless tip?
Airless paint spray tips are sized using a 3 digit number such as 515. The first number has to do with the width of the spraying fan and the last 2 digits refer to the size of the hole or orifice the paint sprays through. For instance a 508 and a 515 both have the same fan width (approx. 10″) but a different size hole.