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I want to use an air gun to help clean my car. How should I use one?

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Shoot the blow gun in all the tight spaces where your vacuum hose can't reach. If possible, attach a small jet pipe on the end of the gun to reach the tiniest crevices.

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How do you take this hvlp gun apart for proper cleaning of the spray gun?


I've found over the years the least amount of times you can tear a spray gun completely apart the better. Usually a real good 'flushing' with lacquer thinner will suffice. I will take the air cap off and let it soak in thinner to dislodge any build up but other than that, I simply run thinner thru till it runs clear out the tip.

I also 'back flush' which involves having thinner in the cup and the air supply hose attached. the air pressure should be adjusted quite a bit lower than what you use for spraying paint.

Then you place a clean shop towel or rag over the air cap of the gun and pull the trigger. This forces air back into the paint cup 'back flushing' the gun. Then take the rag away from the cap and pull the trigger again to run thinner thru the gun the normal way.

IF you still want to tear the gun apart for cleaning you can hopefully get some idea with this video link;

Quick Easy Way to Clean HVLP Spray Gun

Hope this helps.

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I own a Binks 2001 and it only sprays a pretty fine mist, of thinner. I've played with the comp air pressure and the adjustments on the gun, but I can't get a flow that will go on wet, it is almost all...


clean the gun add check the needle valve (could have a bent tip or a dirty residue on it ( also see if the air flo spring is behind the needle valve

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Air is coming out of the nozzle but the paint is not coming out.


There are different filter screen sizes for different thickness of paint. Even with proper screen size one might need to thin paint. I hope this information is helpful. Please give a rating if this was helpful. Good Luck and have a Great Weekend.

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I have cleaned and oiled both my paslode im65 f16 and they just keep sticking wen fring, also have to push the nose down twice to fire


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GX 08 spray gun problem


drain your system of pressure. remove your air cap and nozzle from the gun. slowly increase fluid pressure till it comes out of gun. this will clean out debri from gun. reduce pressure so you don't wast anymore fluid.
clean nozzle properly / completely
clean aircap. properly / completely
inspect needle tip for abnormal wear.
if cleaned properly you will find your gun works much better.

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Ok i really don't think that the spray jets are getting either enough air pressure to push the spray out or that it isn;t getting enough solution so how do i check to see whats wrong and how do i fix it?


Air pressure, normal everyday gun you will want at least 50lbs air pressure at the gun - and there are inline pressure gauges that will go on the end of the gun for pressure adjustment & to read the pressure. As far as paint, if you have a viscosity checker, use that, otherwise, make sure you have the proper thinner/reducer and or hardner in the paint since most paints you cannot spray without reducer cause they are too thick. If you have used the gun before and not cleaned it, it it likely plugged up and can be cleaned with laqquer thinner in most instances, and the metal guns can be left overnight in gun cleaner or gasoline if they are really plugged up and then cleaned with the lacquer thinner. hope this helps. Rick

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Does it come with instructions? The material thickness is VERY IMPORTANT when choozing the proper nozzle.

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Daily clean-up all parts with proper cleaners/solvents. Re-lubricate where lubricant is washed away by cleaning. Moisture traps and compressor tanks must be drained daily.

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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS FOR EACH GUN * Air nozzle, needle and tips * Packing and gaskets * Hoses and fittings * Gauges * Proper lubricants * Filter screens * Diaphragms for pressure regulators

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