Earlex Spray Station 5500 with FREE 1.5mm Fluid Tip Needle

Spraying water and oil-based coatings is so much easier and convenient with the Earlex Spray Station 5500-and you get a quality spray-on finish! This semi-pro paint spray station is designed for the light contractor, woodworker, and serious DIY enthusiast. It has three spray patterns with an adjustable 1'' to 12'' fan width, a one-quart container, 13' hose that allows you to reach around large projects, and comes with a general purpose 2.0mm stainless steel needle for most paints, and a 1.5mm needle for varnish, water-based stains, lacquers, and shellac. Now you can achieve showroom-quality finishes on cabinets, furniture, interior and exterior doors, shutters, even cars. Three spray patterns; two for flat surfaces, one for detailed work like spindles or rough surfacesFast Push N' Click pattern switchAdjustable 1" to 12" fan widthPro-Metal Spray Gun with one-quart teflon coated container for fast, easy cleanupBuilt-in spray gun storage area prevents the container from tipping when not in useBuilt-in carry handle makes mobility easy13' paint hose and 13' power cord give you mobility to get the job done fast

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