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Please provide correct paint viscosity to be used for Airless Paint Sprayer (item 60600). Include the method (standard) used to measure the paint viscosity. Thank you.


I had an airless sprayer years ago. I couldn't work out how to thin the paint either. The end result was if its too thick and wouldn't spray, I added more thinners. If it sprayed blobs and ran everywhere, I added a bit more paint. Not very professional but I got it down pat after a few errors. I wrote on the paint can I was using, the mix that worked the best.

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Spray gun problems


You basically have what is called a "cupgun" and there are a few reasons for this and it should be pretty simple to fix I want to stress that anytime you spray the paint no matter what latex-oil needs to be thinned with the compatible solvent water for latex paint thinner for oil/Alkyd by about 10% - 18% that could be the problem if you have latex in your gun but probably it has to do with the "needle seat" in the back of the gun there should be a knob to adjust the needle turn your gun on pull the trigger and turn knob till paint comes out if that wont work you may have debris in your paint that has clogged the stem pour all the paint out clean gun completely pour paint threw a strainer cone or strainer bag and be sure to thin it...

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I have a SOLO 461 sprayer. After months of good service, the pressure from the spray jet drops after a few seconds of spraying. If I close the trigger, then re-open it, the spray again lasts just a few...


if it is a diaphram style replace diaphram if it is a piston style replace piston how to's are easy on both just take ur time and pay attention to removal process

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Using Ortho weed and crabgrass concentrate... what setting do i use on my Ortho hose end sprayer


Here is what they say at their site:

{ ...
How do I use the Ortho Dial 'N Spray Multi-Use Hose-End Sprayer?
Pour product into jar, and set dial to amount indicated on product label and begin spraying. This sprayer siphons product and mixes while spraying; it does not mix inside the sprayer.
... }

http://www.scotts.com/smg/catalog/productTemplate.jsp?bodyCssClass=scotts+blade+scotts+product+faqhelp+en&tabs=help&navAction=push&bodyId=product_faq_help&proId=prod70022&title=p_product_general_help_title&itemId=cat50094&id=cat50008

Which means it is not determined by Scotts, but by the product you want to disperse with the Dial N Spray.

And here is an exact description of the settings:

{ ... There are 14 settings in all and they range from 1 teaspoon per gallon up to 8 ounces per gallon. You will find the dial at the on the top of the sprayer. ... }


http://www0.epinions.com/review/Dial_N_Spray_Hose_End_Sprayer/content_465229876868

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I bought 6 cans of aerosol spray tanner they spray for a few secs


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Need to clean coils


A power (pressure) washer generates too much pressure. It will bend the fins on the tubes.
Always isolate the power from the unit prior to opening the unit to perform any work. Remember that there can be both 220 and 110 volts present (main and thermostat), so be sure that you have it off.
For the outside unit, appliance parts supply stores sell a chemical that you can spray on with a garden sprayer, and then hose with a garden hose and spray nozzle from the inside.
For the inside coils, you can get good results with coil cleaner from one of the "home hardware" stores, or from an appliance parts supply store. It is in an aerosol can. This is sprayed on the coils and also hosed off.
One must be very cautious when using these chemicals, taking precautions to protect your eyes and exposed skin, as these chemicals are caustic or acid in nature and can easily burn your eyes. They also foam up in between the tubes/fins and on the surface, displacing the dirt.
For inside coils, you can remove the outside layer of debris with a medium brush and then spray. Fin brushes and combs are also made for this purpose. I usually follow this with another brushing and spray again, then wash down from the inside. Here again you need to be careful. The aim is to remove the build up, and flush off the chemical residue, without damaging your coils. It usually takes me at least two cans of cleaner for an inside coil. I drag a garden hose in the house and wash the coil down in bursts, to avoid running the collection tray over onto the floor. Outside coils are usually clean enough after one mixed container in the garden sprayer. Some aerosol sprays are deemed OK for both the inside and outside coils, and I have used them satisfactorily. Again, about two cans is what I usually need. The key, in my mind, is to apply and flush thoroughly from the inside towards the outside.
Hope that this was helpful,

--W/D--

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Sprayer tips


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