Updated: May 13
Take the hassle out of painting and use a power spray painter.
There’s a choice of little handy packs with their own mini compressors all the way up the scale to big compressors. They all make the job easy and help give a professional finish.
Why spray painting is great
Fast: About three times quicker than using a paintbrush.
Use less paint: Apply in thin layers to get a smooth look with less paint.
Consistent: Distributes the paint evenly to give a smooth, professional finish.
Versatile: Spray guns can be used on walls, floors and ceilings too.
Useful: Spray guns are great for oddly-shaped objects with hard-to-reach areas, such as cabinets and louvres, and textured surfaces such as wicker, or fences.
Crafty: Spray painting works a treat with patterned templates to create decorative effects.
Always keep the compressor in a well-ventilated area away from the spray area. Never extend the power cord; use a pneumatic hose to extend your reach.