Other Useful Tips When Spraying with Paint Zoom

by Richard

There are a few tips that you can utilize with your Paint Zoom to make sure that the project you are working on comes out looking its best. The first tip you should use is test spraying before you jump into your project.

It is much better to toss out a piece of cardboard that you sprayed rather than fixing the mess on the wall because you didn’t have the gun set up properly. Using a piece of cardboard to practice on and set your air flow settings will greatly benefit you in the future.

While you are using the Paint Zoom with latex based paints, you should make sure that the needle tip is wiped clean every so often. This will ensure that your air flow and paint flow is not hampered by buildup. If you do get buildup, it is best to take the nozzle apart and clean it thoroughly before it becomes completely clogged.

You should also make sure that all the parts are put together tightly. This ensures that the air flow stays constant as well. Air flow is your number one concern, along with viscosity, to ensure that your painting is as efficient as possible.

You should avoid any sudden stops or starts while you are in the middle of painting as well. This will cause the material to build up in one spot if you stop and start numerous times, or it could mean that you have spaces that have little to no material on them. Using smooth and constant movement at a slow pace will ensure that you get the right amount of material coming out of the Paint Zoom and onto the wall, or whatever object you are painting.

When you are spraying outside, you should make sure the humidity is under 60 percent and the temperature is below 90 degrees Fahrenheit and above 40 degrees to ensure proper air flow and material viscosity at all times. There are plenty of other tips available that you can find online with the instructional videos as well. If you take these tips to heart, you shouldn’t have any problems with your Paint Zoom and you will be extremely pleased with your purchase.

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