Preval Spray Guns are simple, easy and inexpensive ways to apply paint or varnish. Just fill and spray up to 16 ounces of any liquid. Excellent for gel coat and touch up jobs. This handy portable tool can spray all kinds of liquid solutions such as paint, lacquer, solvents, stains, oil, cleaners, insecticide, fertilizer, disinfectants and even clear water.
Preval sprayers are also available in a self-selling shipper display, that includes 12 complete spray guns (#267), 12 power units (#268), 12 vGrips (#3005) and 12 6-packs of touch up jars (#02711).
November 26, 2014
this little sprayer and saved me 10000 of dollars now on my cars i sell i can do it my self and dont have to pay a body man o fix it or wait just get your paint code off the door or in the trunk or where it might be go to car quest and get the paint mixed get a bucket to practice with first its just like a spray bomb but lots better
March 11, 2014
I'm using this sprayer to apply a lacquer finish to a violin that I'm building. So far, I've sprayed two sealer coats. Nice, thin, even coating with no overspray or drips at all. I am impressed with this little system!
June 7, 2011
Very easy to use
March 6, 2011
I recently refinished the fbgls cowl intake scoops on my Bertram. The Preval sprayer was a perfect way to apply the Interlux Perfection epoxy paint. I applied primer and two finished coats. It is important to experiment with the correct ratio of thinner to get the paint to lay down. This sprayer is priced right and I did not bother cleaning it, rather just use a new one each time. I will note that the propellant canister gets extremely cold as it expells the paint and an cause the paint to change it's flowability. Again after practicing this was overcome and the project turned out great. This is the perfect tool for small irregular shapes where setting up an air sprayer is not necessary. I plan on keeping a few new ones in the shop for those unplanned touch up and repair jobs on my boat, tractor, truck, etc.
May 23, 2010
I predominately use this little sprayer to apply ferric chloride solution to my raku pottery. This allows me to highlight and give an irridescence to a clear glaze or it allows me to quickly highlight the horsehair and feather decoration I burn into the hot pottery surface when I remove the work from the kiln. This little sprayer is also great for applying a diluted pigment stain to small areas of texture for a highlighted color on the pottery.
April 18, 2010
I have yet to use it, but based on the overwhelming volume of stellar reviews, I will no doubt be added to the herd.
March 12, 2009
SMALL MARINE REPAIR BUSINESS
September 30, 2008
Very consistent spray pattern. Easy to use, especially in confined places.
March 11, 2008
I use these all the time for small and medium size gelcoat repairs. The work best when thinned with acetone and the strained through a paint strainer into the glass jar. Much more convenient than large paint guns.
March 6, 2008
Thinning with MEKP if necessary makes for a nice touch up sprayer for gel coat.