Black & Decker Paint Sprayer £19.99 @ B&M
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Black & Decker Paint Sprayer £19.99 @ B&M

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Found 11th Aug 2017
Black & Decker Paint Sprayer.

This Black & Decker fence paint sprayer is the ideal tool for amateur and pro painters.

Painting tasks can be completed quickly and easily, with no fuss.

The paint sprayer features a 1200ml canister, located on the side, which will allow you to paint larger areas without stopping to refill.

Its Paint Flow Indicator displays the flow setting for simple, repeatable performance. You can adjust the spray pattern to suit your project with precision by simply twisting the nozzle.

Includes:

  • Hand-held spray gun
  • Paint mixing bucket
  • Side fill canister
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Good price.
Seems to be about £50 elsewhere.
Any good?
10 mins to do the job - 3 hours to clean up?
Good price, good sprayer. Not too bad for cleaning. Masking takes longer
Wow cracking price, I got one from Very catalogue a couple of months ago when they had them reduced from £60 to £50. Had a £20 off voucher on a £50 spend so £30 outlay to get mine, and that was cheap at the time. I was a bit sceptical at first but it's actually worked really well on my garden fences, for best results though you need to make sure you get the paint/treatment viscosity right by diluting (using water based products). Definitely recommend it on fences and sheds but can't comment on indoor use.
could use this as I'm in the process of waxoyling the underside of an old jeep
sabreliner40 m ago

Wow cracking price, I got one from Very catalogue a couple of months ago …Wow cracking price, I got one from Very catalogue a couple of months ago when they had them reduced from £60 to £50. Had a £20 off voucher on a £50 spend so £30 outlay to get mine, and that was cheap at the time. I was a bit sceptical at first but it's actually worked really well on my garden fences, for best results though you need to make sure you get the paint/treatment viscosity right by diluting (using water based products). Definitely recommend it on fences and sheds but can't comment on indoor use.

Any particular fence paint / protection product you recommend for use with this?
Thin stuff!
Couldn't use with basic emulsion too thick
steve350z6 m ago

Thin stuff! Couldn't use with basic emulsion too thick


Can you use with emulsion if you thin it down with water? I'm doing white indoor walls, but am happy to take the time to get a quality finish. This seems like a great deal..
Delio7927 m ago

Any particular fence paint / protection product you recommend for use with …Any particular fence paint / protection product you recommend for use with this?


Personally I've always used Cuprinol Ducksback fence treatment, not the cheapest by any means but found it to be very moisture/rain resistant compared to their bog standard range hence the brand name, previously brushed on but it's been perfectly usable with this sprayer. As I said though it needs a little watering down for best results. Cuprinol do sell a Ducksback treatment designed for sprayers but I am fairly sure it's more expensive and the chances are it would also need diluting anyway
martinhamer12 m ago

Can you use with emulsion if you thin it down with water? I'm doing white …Can you use with emulsion if you thin it down with water? I'm doing white indoor walls, but am happy to take the time to get a quality finish. This seems like a great deal..


Don't see why not....but for £20 it's practically a give away price, worth giving it a go I'd say.
£40 in my local b&m and they were out of stock
None in my local
Does anyone have a receipt. In b&m right now about to check price
Picked it up for 19.99
plaquey2 h, 5 m ago

Picked it up for 19.99


Helpful comment! Wanna tell us where?
martinhamer11 h, 1 m ago

Can you use with emulsion if you thin it down with water? I'm doing white …Can you use with emulsion if you thin it down with water? I'm doing white indoor walls, but am happy to take the time to get a quality finish. This seems like a great deal..

If your happy to take the time for a quality finish, use rollers and brushes like any respectable decorator would to get the quality finish!
Anyone know if masonry paint will work in this? It would save me alot of time if it does
snoopy8812th Aug

Anyone know if masonry paint will work in this? It would save me alot of …Anyone know if masonry paint will work in this? It would save me alot of time if it does


I would think not as masonry paint is quite thick unless you thinned it
martinhamer12th Aug

Can you use with emulsion if you thin it down with water? I'm doing white …Can you use with emulsion if you thin it down with water? I'm doing white indoor walls, but am happy to take the time to get a quality finish. This seems like a great deal..


Yes it would probably be fine with thinner paint
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