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Guild Paint Spray Gun - 500W + 2 year Warranty - £30 + Free Click & Collect @ Argos
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Guild Paint Spray Gun - 500W + 2 year Warranty - £30 + Free Click & Collect @ Argos

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Posted 6th Feb

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Good price for 500W paint spray... Get ready for summer.....

This is Guild's most powerful paint sprayer with a 500W motor. The spray arm is very light and compact, giving you greater control and the ability to paint in awkward places for longer. The shoulder strap takes the strain of the motor, allowing you to spray one-handed. Whether you're painting inside using matt or silk paint, or outside using masonry paint this paint sprayer paints the surface evenly and quickly. You can even use it to paint wood stain or varnish onto fence panels or sheds.

The variable trigger allows you to control the flow of paint perfectly to match the object being painted. The nozzle has three settings: horizontal, vertical and detail finish, which you can easily change to suit the job in hand.

Built with continuous painting of large areas in mind, the large 800ml capacity tank means you will rarely need to stop to refill. For best practice, we recommend that you adequately cover any area not to be painted and that you wear suitable eye and face protection.

Guild power tools are built to last and come with a 2-year guarantee. So, whether you are using a drill to put up a shelf or using a mitre saw to cut decking, you know with Guild power tools the products are built to last. Guild - for a job well done.

  • 800ml tank volume.
  • 500 watts.
  • Hose length 1.8m.
  • Shoulder strap, viscosity funnel included.
  • Viscosity up to 60 din/sec.
  • 800 litre spray container allows .
  • Suitable for outdoor use and indoor use.
  • Size H31.5, W12.5, D39.8cm.
  • Weight 1.82kg.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • Guarantee does not cover professional use.

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Argyll6806/02/2020 15:25

Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with …Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with this. It's only for sheds and fences etc.


Literally has a picture of a guy painting internal house walls
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Oh just got new sheds and decking! I could kiss you OP !
Halfmad06/02/2020 13:48

Oh just got new sheds and decking! I could kiss you OP !



Happy that it helps...:D
Edited by: "apur32" 6th Feb
I'm guessing I can't just pour the paint from the tin onto the tank? It's got to be prepared for the gun?
k00ba06/02/2020 14:16

I'm guessing I can't just pour the paint from the tin onto the tank? It's …I'm guessing I can't just pour the paint from the tin onto the tank? It's got to be prepared for the gun?


I'd certainly recommend sieving the paint first. Also add water/solvent depending on the paint to thin it out a bit
I've got one of these from argos, paid £40 for it. It was very helpful for first coat throughout the house, especially edges and corners in the attic where the roller can't get into. I haven't tried it with a finish coat but for me, I had to thin down the first coat anyway so it worked fine for the gun.
Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with this. It's only for sheds and fences etc.
Argyll6806/02/2020 15:25

Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with …Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with this. It's only for sheds and fences etc.


Why not?
Argyll6806/02/2020 15:25

Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with …Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with this. It's only for sheds and fences etc.


“...Whether you're painting inside using matt or silk paint, or outside using masonry paint this paint sprayer paints the surface evenly and quickly. You can even use it to paint wood stain or varnish onto fence panels or sheds..”

Seems like you can?
Argyll6806/02/2020 15:25

Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with …Before anyone asks, no you can't paint your internal house walls with this. It's only for sheds and fences etc.


Literally has a picture of a guy painting internal house walls
I've ordered one for collection today.
I shall be testing it out on the newly plastered walls when I am allowed
"Whether you're painting inside using matt or silk paint, or outside using masonry paint"


Seriously? This is really bad advertising because the paint goes everywhere, literally everywhere. Even new houses aren't spray painted because its unsuitable, and same for masonry, where it's so bad in the wind you're very likely to polka dot someones car !
I am guessing you can't use oil based paints in this sprayer as they are a bit thick? Can anyone recommend a paint sprayer that I can use for all sorts of paints and which is easy to clean after? Please
Heat added. bought. Got tons of fences and decking to do this will work a treat. Thanks OP.
As per usual with HUKD:
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Edited by: "Ripperoo" 7th Feb
Ordered thanks
Ok paint your walls with it. Can you send me photos later so I can laugh.
Edited by: "Argyll68" 7th Feb
oshmo806/02/2020 18:25

Literally has a picture of a guy painting internal house walls


It must be true then
k00ba06/02/2020 16:15

Why not?


I've tried these on several walls. They are a disaster. It literally spits out the paint and leaves your wall as rough as a junkies carpet.

I looked into this last year. You need an HVLP sprayer which will cost in excess of £600 for a decent one. The minimal amount of painting I do doesn't justify the spend.
Ripperoo07/02/2020 13:58

As per usual with HUKD:[Image]


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Edited by: "apur32" 7th Feb
Argyll6807/02/2020 15:41

I've tried these on several walls. They are a disaster. It literally spits …I've tried these on several walls. They are a disaster. It literally spits out the paint and leaves your wall as rough as a junkies carpet. I looked into this last year. You need an HVLP sprayer which will cost in excess of £600 for a decent one. The minimal amount of painting I do doesn't justify the spend.


I can't vouch for this one, but I bought this one from Screwfix and it was excellent.

screwfix.com/p/e…200

So long as you follow the instructions and use the supplied viscosity measurer, it works great and gives a brilliant finish. It was especially good with freshly plastered walls
Ripperoo07/02/2020 13:58

As per usual with HUKD:[Image]


Of course the links are ad routed. How else would hukd keep the site running?
I’ve got.a Wagner which looks very similar to this one. Painted the dining room and kitchen ceiling and walls. No issues. Just make sure everything which doesn’t want painting is masked off well.
apur3207/02/2020 15:46

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I know all this and I think it's easier to just locate and copy the URL from the top the page and paste it into the browser and hit enter.

You can't even paste the links in the body of a message as you are still passed through some knind of affiliate network.

argos.co.uk/pro…846

It's annoying that HUKD uses tracking, affiliate crap!

Probably the reason why most of my cashback never seems to track after being on here.
Edited by: "Ripperoo" 7th Feb
I've also tried various versions of these (including this very one). All pretty rubbish hit & miss. The little paint container adds to the faff and mess.
Took a punt with this one and it's been amazing with 50m of fencing and two bedrooms.
Considerably more expensive but the results and pick-up direct from paint can or bucket great.

aldi.co.uk/750….ds
Is this ideal for fence panels? If not what is?
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