FLEXiO 590 Sprayer

Spray Interior & Exterior Surfaces

 
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FLEXiO 590 Sprayer

The FLEXiO 590 is an indoor/outdoor hand-held sprayer
kit for all projects. It combines the iSpray® nozzle, detail
finish nozzle and the X-Boost® turbine to provide the most
flexible and powerful painting solution offered.

Not only is it more powerful, it is also 50% quieter and 20% lighter than tradition alairless sprayers.

The iSpray nozzle sprays unthinned residential paints
for broad surfaces both indoors and out. The detail finish
nozzle is ideal for small projects and fine finishing.

The FLEXiO Sprayer produces a slightly stippled, roller-like finish, perfect for interior walls. Edges, corners and broad interior surfaces can now be sprayed faster for better coverage and with some basic masking, you are saved from the tedious efforts of a brush, saving time for other projects. For tips and tricks - learn more

 
Features & Benefits
 
 

Flexio 590 Sprayer

  • Sprays unthinned interior and exterior latex paints,
    stains, sealers, urethanes and oil-based materials.
  • X-Boost power dial provides adjustability
    for precise control.
  • Includes two nozzles and cups for project flexibility.
  • Up to 8.0 gallons per hour production.
  • Lock-n-Go™ split gun design for quick nozzle change
    and easy clean up.
  • Pattern adjustment ring for horizontal and vertical
    spray patterns and spray width lever for wide and
    narrow patterns (iSpray nozzle).
  • 1½ quart cup covers up to 125 square feet in one fill.
  • To learn more about the product features visit wagnerfelxio.com

iSpray Nozzle

sprays unthinned residential paints for broad surfaces both indoor and out.

 
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First time using Flexio 590 I just bought the unit and the first run of kitchen cupboards I was thrilled with the result and excited for the week ahead of spraying. Next day I was filling the paint pot with paint all set to go and the sprayer just spat out paint after the trigger was released. I looked at the nosel to see a crack in the cone that holds the needle. So I had to switch to the fine finishing gun and spent a lot longer spraying my kitchen. I was upset that a new product could just break like that and am currently going to try get a new part shipped to me so I can finish what I started. April 13, 2014
poorly made The sprayer itself worked great but for the nozzle to crack after only a couple of weeks is ridiculous. It might not be as bad if you could find replacement parts but they are non existent. April 5, 2014
paint tip problem i used the isprayer for several small jobs. the first tip poured out paint when trigger released. received a second tip which worked well for most of one job but started leaking just like the first. received a third tip which leaked when tested with water. at this point i returned the sprayer. March 25, 2014
Great Sprayer, Spend the Time Getting The Flow Right I used the Flexio590 for painting 7 doors and about 300' of baseboard for my basement. It does a great job of spraying evenly and with the right paint and technique it leaves a very smooth finish on the materials you paint. Do make sure, though, that you have a big piece of cardboard or an area where you can make several test passes as you adjust both the airflow and the material trigger adjustor. It is easy to get the combination "wrong" and you will either get paint blobs that you'll have to roll out (not a bad technique, but annoying); or too-light spray and you'll have to move VERY SLOW to get good coverage. This is a huge leap in innovation from a clean-up and use standpoint vs. the old Wagner sprayer I have and I am happy to have this in my toolkit for future projects, small and large. March 19, 2014
Poor backup service Very disappointed with this product and quality of finish March 13, 2014
Definitely not as good as compressor sprayer I had a paint sprayer that came with an air compressor kit about 10 years ago. It sat in a drawer until I needed to finish my daughter's bed with it. The finish came out awesome! This was the first time I ever used a paint sprayer. I then bought the Felxio 590 because of the noise and it being able to go where my air compressor can't. I was severely disappointed in this product. The iSpray nozzle doesn't paint as much as it just throws paint at your work surface. No matter the feed volume, air velocity, or spray pattern, it would not spray a nice even coat. The detail nozzle sprays an extremely small amount of the paint. I ended up painting a dresser with this zozzle, but it took me 8 coats to where it was presentable. TLDR: Great idea, bad implimentation. Chep spray gun was much better. January 14, 2014
Read the directions!!! Understand your equipment before use. It's as simple as that. Ripping this product out of the box like a five year old on Christmas and going straight to painting will likely lead to undesirable results. This product worked flawless for a novice like me the first time wIth five minutes of practice. The directions were very clear from Wagner and there's additional content on YouTube if that isn't enough. I'm not a painter and have no relation with Wagner, but I can appreciate a good product when I find one. I'll be excited to see what longevity I can obtain since my usage is limited to a couple uses at this time. January 3, 2014
This product was awesome for 5 minutes.. This thing worked great for five minutes or so, then it began surging and spurting and slinging gobs of paint everywhere. Instructions were followed to the letter and still this! Maybe good for painting a treehouse or something out side but certainly not for interiors. December 24, 2013
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Yes, use the fine finish nozzle. You shouldn't need to thin it, but you may want to using a thinner recommended by your paint specialist.
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Yes you can spray polyurethane paints with the Flexio 590.
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Yes, I thinned it slightly and used the fine control nozzle. If you don't mind stippling then use the iSpray nozzle that is faster and won't require thinning.
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Yes the Wagner Flexio can be used with latex paint on trim and doors. It is very adjustable by simply turning a couple of dials on the gun, including the volume of paint and width of the spray pattern coming from the sprayer.
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Using interior latex and when I finished one pass and let the trigger go, paint continued to run out of the nozzle and on to the container. It also fell on the item I was painting.
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I presume this is due to paint building up in the tube and nozzle. I had the same problem about half-way through a job using oil-based primer.

I'm not an expert but I speculate that the turbine "pushes" more paint via pressure than the nozzle and tube can handle. Eventually this area gets filled with paint and the residual pressure makes it ooze out after the trigger is released. My nozzle and tube had a LOT of thick paint sitting in there when I tried to clean it.

Maybe using thinner paint, or shorter bursts might help, but then that defeats the purpose of long smooth strokes.
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I'm sorry to hear of the issues you are having with your Flexio sprayer. Paint can continue to come out of the nozzle if the nozzle is dirty or plugged, isn't completely assembled correctly/tightly, or is missing the nozzle seal. If none of these seem to be related to your issue, please call us at 1-800-328-8251 and we'll be happy to try and help you troubleshoot.
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Hi, I'm spraying my kitchen doors with Benjamin Moore Advance paint ( Alkyd paint). Is the fine finish nozzle with thinned paint designed for this, or is the standard nozzle the best approach?
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I used the Benjamin Moore Spec 500 paint on my basement doors and used the stand nozzle and did not need to thin it down at all. It went on really nice with no over spray or clog issues.
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We would recommend the Detail Finish nozzle with thinned paint as you mentioned. The iSpray nozzle would spray your paint, but the finish with the Detail Finish nozzle will likely be preferable.
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I want a spray paint finish with the color choices, options and benefits of latex paint. Can I accomplish that with this sprayer or just the rolled look? Thank you.
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As long as the paint is at the right viscosity you should have no issues..
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Yes, you can accomplish a smooth, detail finish using the smaller of the two spray nozzles the unit comes with. You can spray latex paint with the Detail Finish nozzle and thin your latex paint a bit and achieve the finish you desire.
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