How Do You Use A Paint Gun?
A paint gun can shave valuable time and energy off the process of painting the inside or outside of a home. Paint guns are typically found in air pressurized or airless forms depending on preference. Either type is typically recommended based on frequency of use. When used properly, a paint gun delivers a smooth, steady stream of paint that enables you to easily paint walls and other home surfaces with sharp accuracy without that rigorous up-and-down rowing motion used with traditional paint rollers. Make sure the connector hose is properly secured at both your paint gun’s paint reservoir and the trigger nozzle to ensure proper paint distribution and air pressure, if you are using a pressurized paint gun. Open the reservoir and pour in your paint. Aim your paint gun into your test bucket and pull the trigger until you are able to achieve a full, steady stream of paint. Set up a test board or designate a portion of the wall to serve as an area to experiment with varying the paint stream