Paint Spraying Tools Versus Professional Painters- Whom To Trust?

Posted on

Paint Spraying Tools Versus Professional Painters- Whom To Trust?

Does your house need new paintwork? It can be very tempting to get into your working clothes and get to the job yourself. All these paint commercials literally paint a picture too bright for their customers. Imagine doing the paint work in your house yourself.


You always picture a happy couple giggling and laughing and applying flawless coats of paint throughout the house in vibrant colors. You do not see the coughing, the sweat, and the multiple days that go into painting your house by yourself! And professional paint spraying equipment is not cheap either. Even if you get it on rent, it can easily cost you $400-600 per week. And if you choose to buy a sprayer, here are some top quality spraying tools for your use:


1. Graco Magnum 262800 X5 Stand Airless Paint Sprayer
This is an excellent option for personal use at home. It has a very easy-to-understand instruction manual that you can easily decipher, so you do not miss any crucial steps in your painting process. It has adjustable pressure, giving you complete control over the paint.

GRACO 262800 Airless Paint Sprayer,1/2 HP,0.27 gpm



2. TECCPO Paint Sprayer 100DIN-s
This is a handy and durable paint sprayer. It has been tested with a drop of 1.5m with a full tank, and it survived with no damage at all. This is more powerful than your average paint sprayer and will give you a smoother finish than most.




3. Graco Ultra Cordless Airless Handheld Paint Sprayer
This is the right tool at a very suitable price and will make any home-based paint task a lot easier. This has a range of speeds and would give you a perfectly smooth finish every time, as it does not thin the paint using air. You would need fewer coats to finish the project this way!




4. HomeRight 2412331 Quick Finish Paint Sprayer
This one is made to make your smaller tasks much more straightforward and manageable. You can easily use it to paint furniture and a small part of the fence or paint the accents of the walls at your home; you will find that it is up to the task.




Professional painters are no saints either; in fact, they will set you back way more than just getting a professional sprayer or renting one. So it all boils down to how much time you have on you. If you can take out one week's worth of time from your routine, and give it all to your house, then go for a DIY painting job. Still, if you value your time too much and cannot spare it at all, a professional job might be the answer. What do you think is better now, a professional job or a DIY job? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below

This entry was posted in Saving Tips by Leah Weinstock

← Previous Next →