posted 03-14-2005 10:22 AM
I would think like a Wagner Power Painter wouldn't atomize auto paint well. The consistency between regular house paint and automotive paint are day and night. I tried to shoot fence stain with my PowerPainter once and it did a fair job at that.
I don't think I would try it.
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Posts: 11 From: salisbury N.C. Registered: Mar 2005
posted 04-15-2005 11:36 PM
you also should not use enamel paint reducers and hardners in the power painters.buyt a cheap auto spray gun alot better results.. p.s. practice practice practice before you paint your car
Posts: 325 From: Riverside California Registered: Sep 2004
posted 04-16-2005 07:13 PM
At work a while back the painter put his car in a dirt field and masked it off an painted it with a airless sprayer. It was a real beater and he used house paint but it turned out ok. Probably did not last long though.