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    Quote Originally Posted by John McKissick View Post
    And that works better than a Wagner? I found Wagners always sputtered on me
    According to the reviews it sprays paint very well which is what I was considering buying it for. Don’t know about thin stains, poly, lacquer, etc.

    My Wagner only sputters when the material I’m spraying is too thick. Forget spraying paint with it but it’s great for the thin stuff.
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    Maybe I'll give the Wagner a shot with thinner finish. I thought it was for paints

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Daily View Post
    According to the reviews it sprays paint very well which is what I was considering buying it for. Don’t know about thin stains, poly, lacquer, etc.

    My Wagner only sputters when the material I’m spraying is too thick. Forget spraying paint with it but it’s great for the thin stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John McKissick View Post
    Maybe I'll give the Wagner a shot with thinner finish. I thought it was for paints
    This is the one I use. It may have been replaced with a newer model.

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    That looks newer than mine

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Daily View Post
    This is the one I use. It may have been replaced with a newer model.

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    I've been rather happy with my $9 compressor driven HVLP gun from Hazard Fraught Tools. I will admit I have not used it for any finer finishing but a lot of deck stain, some thinned alkyd enamels and a handful of other stuff has worked quite well through it.

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