Black & Decker Paint Sprayer £24.99 B&M
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Black & Decker Paint Sprayer £24.99 B&M

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Found 19th Aug 2015
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

10 Comments

good price but terrible product.

is this any good for spraying paint onto walls?

beard7

good price but terrible product.


erm...How can this be a good price if it's a terrible product?

beard7

good price but terrible product.



if not this product.. for paint spraying.. which would you recommend please?

I am after a good even spray painter

beard7

good price but terrible product.


I agree spray mist covers everything:(

fzbob

erm...How can this be a good price if it's a terrible product?



​its normally 40 quid, hence the good price. But in my experience it does a poor job and takes much longer than using a roller, maybe we got a duff one, but we took ours back within the day.

smileycat

if not this product.. for paint spraying.. which would you recommend … if not this product.. for paint spraying.. which would you recommend please?I am after a good even spray painter



​sorry I don't know this put me off. We tried it as we wanted to make decorating easier (who doesn't) but if anything it was more difficult and time consuming. I would recommend spending on a decent roller and decent paint, but I'm no expert, that's just what worked for me.

I have this and have used it for fence panels. It is very hit and miss, cleaning it after using is a pain and quite messy. Fence paint has to be thinned a little for it to work. All in all I will keep it just for garden jobs, I wouldn't even contemplate using it for internal painting. The Dulux paint pods which are now discontinued, I managed to buy one and found it superb , but other people found it difficult, a lot of the time its user error, too much paint being fed through, unfortunately thye no longer make the paint, so the negative reviews won but I have enough paint for now. The Pod is still listed on Ebay by some very unscrupulous sellers who know well enough the paint is no longer made. Various sellers are listing surplus Pod emulsion paint. If you do decide to buy the Dulux Paint Pod system dont pay the sill prices some Ebay sellers are asking, you will get one for round about £10/15 plus postage.Follow the instructions to the letter you wont be disappointed. I can emulsion a room 4m x 4m in half an hour and I am 70 years of age.

beard7

​sorry I don't know this put me off. We tried it as we wanted to make d … ​sorry I don't know this put me off. We tried it as we wanted to make decorating easier (who doesn't) but if anything it was more difficult and time consuming. I would recommend spending on a decent roller and decent paint, but I'm no expert, that's just what worked for me.



thanks for that, like others have said also I want to buy one to make it easier. but if it makes things more difficult.. I'll stick to a roller then. thanks though!

luminox

I have this and have used it for fence panels. It is very hit and miss, … I have this and have used it for fence panels. It is very hit and miss, cleaning it after using is a pain and quite messy. Fence paint has to be thinned a little for it to work. All in all I will keep it just for garden jobs, I wouldn't even contemplate using it for internal painting. The Dulux paint pods which are now discontinued, I managed to buy one and found it superb , but other people found it difficult, a lot of the time its user error, too much paint being fed through, unfortunately thye no longer make the paint, so the negative reviews won but I have enough paint for now. The Pod is still listed on Ebay by some very unscrupulous sellers who know well enough the paint is no longer made. Various sellers are listing surplus Pod emulsion paint. If you do decide to buy the Dulux Paint Pod system dont pay the sill prices some Ebay sellers are asking, you will get one for round about £10/15 plus postage.Follow the instructions to the letter you wont be disappointed. I can emulsion a room 4m x 4m in half an hour and I am 70 years of age.



is that with using the pods or do you use regular emulsion paint?

I wonder.. can you not refill the pods yourself with regular emulsion? or is the consistency and formula different do you think?

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