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How do you get this? No delivery/ no click and collect
click and collect work? I've just been to a store and collected some different items
Edited by: "rixarena" 1st Apr
rixarena01/04/2020 12:40

click and collect work? ive just been to a store and collected


Hope you are using it for spraying disinfectant.....

I really wish trading standards would clamp down on this.
Dan_Drake01/04/2020 12:34

How do you get this? No delivery/ no click and collect


It is available if a few selected locations. Odd one here and there.
Review off Amazon

If your sole requirement of this sprayer is to transfer paint / stain from pot to fence / deck as fast as possible then this is the kit for you! I took some care with this - we have wooden panels supported by concrete posts and concrete gravel boards at the bottom. I didn't want to paint the concrete so spent an entire weekend (we have a long fence!) carefully "cutting in" around the concrete, confident that the much-praised accuracy of the paint sprayer would then be sufficient to carefully paint the remaining wood panels. So preparation done, ground protected from drips and everything moved out of the way, instructions read (most unusual for a man!) I set to work with my Wagner Fence & Decking Paint Sprayer. The enthusiasm with which this thing sprays paint is nothing short of amazing and, like me, may catch you by surprise. 30 seconds for one panel? No problem - I coated the fence panel, posts, floor, me and the neighbours roses in no time flat. A world of Ronseal Light Oak surrounded me. Yes I know it has an adjuster for the flow rate, but even with this set to minimum flow it doesn't come close to stemming the torrent of paint launched forth by the Wagner sprayer. I can only imagine that if you have a fence, supported by wooden posts that you also want to paint, running through an open field in which over-spray is not a problem, then this is the kiddy for you. Even in this case I recommend rounding or wrapping up your livestock otherwise you'll have Light Oak sheep. I can think of no use for this thing unless perhaps you can use the air blower to power a hovercraft. Get a big brush out and crack on - it'll be quicker than scrubbing everything clean that you didn't want to paint!
Hi all, would this be suitable for spraying kitchen units doors (obviously removed from kitchen and taken outdoors), doors have been previously hand painted but not very well? If not suitable can anyone recommend a sprayer to do the job. Thanks in advance for any help/advice! keep safe!
mousey01/04/2020 13:36

Hi all, would this be suitable for spraying kitchen units doors (obviously …Hi all, would this be suitable for spraying kitchen units doors (obviously removed from kitchen and taken outdoors), doors have been previously hand painted but not very well? If not suitable can anyone recommend a sprayer to do the job. Thanks in advance for any help/advice! keep safe!


In no expert but I think these sort of sprayers have to use paint of a certain thickness. If the paint is too thick it won’t spray. I can recommend using B&Q cupboard paint tho. I got some a few months ago and did some walnut (chipboard) bedside cabinet’s and they looked like they had been sprayed when they dried. Just got to make sure you paint it all at the same time. If you need to touch it up paint the whole surface again or it will go patchy. It really impressed me. B&Q paint
nokiafusion01/04/2020 13:47

In no expert but I think these sort of sprayers have to use paint of a …In no expert but I think these sort of sprayers have to use paint of a certain thickness. If the paint is too thick it won’t spray. I can recommend using B&Q cupboard paint tho. I got some a few months ago and did some walnut (chipboard) bedside cabinet’s and they looked like they had been sprayed when they dried. Just got to make sure you paint it all at the same time. If you need to touch it up paint the whole surface again or it will go patchy. It really impressed me. B&Q paint


Thank-you for this info. I think that's the way for me too, have not used a sprayer and might be rubbish at it, shall go for the cupboard paint. Thanks again.
Alright for paint(ing) your wagon?
mousey01/04/2020 13:51

Thank-you for this info. I think that's the way for me too, have not used …Thank-you for this info. I think that's the way for me too, have not used a sprayer and might be rubbish at it, shall go for the cupboard paint. Thanks again.


I lightly sanded down the surface and blew the dust off. I used a paint brush to get into the awkward places and then a mini gloss roller for the rest. You may need 2 coats but it’s surprising how much such a little tin covers. As I said before I made the mistake of trying to touch parts of it up when it dried and it went patchy. As soon as I painted the full surface again it was fine. It really is impressive stuff the finish is really smooth. Hope this helps.
nokiafusion01/04/2020 13:55

I lightly sanded down the surface and blew the dust off. I used a paint …I lightly sanded down the surface and blew the dust off. I used a paint brush to get into the awkward places and then a mini gloss roller for the rest. You may need 2 coats but it’s surprising how much such a little tin covers. As I said before I made the mistake of trying to touch parts of it up when it dried and it went patchy. As soon as I painted the full surface again it was fine. It really is impressive stuff the finish is really smooth. Hope this helps.


Yes this helps absolutely! Your words have given me the courage to go for it! Thank-you, keep safe!
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