18V Li-Ion Cordless Paint Spray Gun @ 39.99 in store Aldi Shirebrook
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18V Li-Ion Cordless Paint Spray Gun @ 39.99 in store Aldi Shirebrook

£39.99£59.9933%Aldi Deals
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Posted 9th OctAvailable: North East
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When you are getting started on your home improvement projects, give yourself a helping hand with this brilliant 18V Li-Ion Cordless Paint Spray Gun. Perfect for getting flawless even coverage and covering larger areas, this brilliant addition to your craft collection will help make those jobs that bit easier.

The liquid being sprayed may need to be thinned (diluted) before starting. When thinning, use the proper liquid thinner recommended on the container by the coating material manufacturer.

Features
  • Precision spraying with 3 nozzle diameters: 2.2, 1.5 and 1.8mm
  • Includes rechargeable batteries, charging time 1.5 hours (approx.)
  • Max. flow 600ml/min (approx.)
  • 1000ml Paint tank
  • 0.15 Bar spraying pressure
  • Max. viscosity: 85-100 din/sec (approx.)

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10 Comments
Could anyone advise me . Looking at the details it seems you would be having to fill this constantly as capacity only a litre a max flow rate 600ml a minute?
I bought the homeright finish max. Uk amazon it's called haupon but same machine. Sprays gloss ect but you need to water down. Guess the above will work but not so well. Also haupon is 240v
Edited by: "wayners" 9th Oct
My neighbour has just been using the Lidl cable version for waxoyl spraying under his cars. Unbelievably worked really well. Thinned it out slightly but still thick like squirty treacle or tomato sauce. Brilliant....... I'm looking for the cheaper Lidl one if I can. I believe they are around £20. But I would be tempted with this too.
Edited by: "MRGRINGO" 10th Oct
wayners09/10/2019 19:11

I bought the homeright finish max. Uk amazon it's called haupon but same …I bought the homeright finish max. Uk amazon it's called haupon but same machine. Sprays gloss ect but you need to water down. Guess the above will work but not so well. Also haupon is 240v


I'm interested in these sprayers. Are you happy with the finish you achieve with yours. Cheers Si
wayners09/10/2019 19:11

I bought the homeright finish max. Uk amazon it's called haupon but same …I bought the homeright finish max. Uk amazon it's called haupon but same machine... Also haupon is 240v


It's NOT the same machine then!
Besford10/10/2019 08:39

It's NOT the same machine then!


No. 240v and brass nozzle vs battery and plastic. These hvlp guns need products like paint thinned and warming vs stains and clear coats that are thin already. Depends on what you material you spray. Water down paints on small diy projects this battery battery sprayer may do the job.
wayners10/10/2019 10:54

No. 240v and brass nozzle vs battery and plastic. These hvlp guns need …No. 240v and brass nozzle vs battery and plastic. These hvlp guns need products like paint thinned and warming vs stains and clear coats that are thin already. Depends on what you material you spray. Water down paints on small diy projects this battery battery sprayer may do the job.


I was pointing out that YOU said it's the same machine!
Homeright and haupon are same I meant. And 240v not battery. I was not very clear with what wrote I guess. Buy the haupon would be my advice. go look at homeright reviews on USA amazon @Besford then buy haupon from uk
Edited by: "wayners" 10th Oct
wayners10/10/2019 11:36

Homeright and haupon are same I meant. And 240v not battery. I was not …Homeright and haupon are same I meant. And 240v not battery. I was not very clear with what wrote I guess. Buy the haupon would be my advice. go look at homeright reviews on USA amazon @Besford then buy haupon from uk


OK. You're correct: introducing a completely irrelevant alternative product was not clear. It is now!
Edited by: "Besford" 10th Oct
These do work well but everything gets covered in dried paint dust so you need to use a lot of dust sheets. They also go through paint quickly.
Edited by: "brettreading321" 10th Oct
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