Why use Spray Paint and Airbrushes at Home?
Is there a big painting job that you’ve been putting off? If you are thinking about spray painting walls vs. a roller, you’ll find that the main advantages are speed and an even finish. An airbrush will then let you apply a detailed or delicate finish to all kinds of surface. Discover more about the benefits of spray painting and why it is becoming so popular.
When you use a paint spray gun you can easily achieve a professional ‘brush mark free’ finish, which will make your project look stunning. You will get great results from all types of paints, stains wood washes and lacquers on lots of household items. Although there are many types of spray painting equipment, we recommend using an air compressor to power your spray gun. It will give you a smooth result, without contamination, and you are less likely to suffer from drying lines or marks.
Any material that can be thinned to the correct consistency can be spray-painted. This usually includes gloss paint, emulsion, varnish, acrylics, preservatives, enamels and water based products.
Many people use their air-powered spray guns outdoors on large exterior walls, sheds and fences. If you have a spray gun and an air compressor handy, your external decorating will be a lot easier. Believe us, you’ll be relieved to have an air compressor on hand next time the gable end is looking shabby!
Indoors, your spray gun will make jobs like painting radiators or cupboard doors much easier. Once your surface is dry, you can use an air brush to add a touch of magic.
Airbrushes are popular for all sorts of jobs from car and motorbike bodywork to stencils on walls or furniture. You can quickly create beautiful result which take your project from good to great.
Learning to use an air brush is easy. Simply press the trigger on your single action or dual action airbrush and air from the compressor will make your paint flow through the airbrush. With a little practice you will achieve fantastic results.