Paint Sprayers

Innovative Wagner paint sprayers deliver a smooth, consistent finish to any surface indoors and out. Sprayers combine power and control to provide full coverage with impressive results. They’re simply a smarter way to paint.

Find the paint sprayer that is right for you.

FLEXiO Paint Sprayer

Finish your painting projects fast with Wagner’s most powerful DIY sprayers.

  • 10X faster than a brush
  • Power to spray unthinned paint and stain
  • More paint control for less overspray
  • Great for indoor and outdoor projects
  • Easy cleanup
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High Efficiency Airless

High Efficiency Airless (HEA) technology makes it easier to paint like a pro.

  • Up to 55% less overspray than standard airless sprayers
  • Softer spray improves control for a more consistent finish
  • Takes the intimidation out of airless spraying
  • Sprays water or oil based paints and stains
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Control Series Sprayers

Perfect for staining and trim painting with quick coverage and an even finish.

  • Faster than a brush
  • Sprays stains and some paints
  • Great for decks, furniture and trim
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Craft Series Paint Sprayers

Studio Series sprayers for DIY craft projects.

  • No brush strokes
  • More paint control than an aerosol spray can
  • Sprays chalk type, milk and most other decorative paints
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Parts & Accessories

Find the perfect accessory to get your project done faster and the parts to keep your products running longer.

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Paint Sprayer FAQs

Q: What is the difference between an airless sprayer and an HVLP sprayer?
A1: Airless Sprayers atomize coatings by forcing the product through a small tip opening at very high fluid pressure. The fluid pressures range from 1200-3600 PSI. Airless sprayers are capable of spraying larger surfaces at higher speeds. Airless sprayers have more overspray than HVLP which is the amount of product that does not adhere to the surface you are spraying.

A2: HVLP sprayers are classified as a finishing tool. The pressure from the cup supplies paint to the gun, where a high volume of low pressure air intersects with the paint stream breaking the paint into small particles called atomization. Since the spray pressures are much lower, the atomized paint has less bounce back. This means less overspray and better control.

Q: What is the iSpray nozzle used for?
A: The iSpray Nozzle, which will spray unthinned coatings including latex paint and stains, is ideal for big surface projects such as spraying walls, sheds, fences etc… It will provide a roller-like or slightly stippled finish.

Q: What is the detail finish nozzle used for?
A: The Detail finish nozzle is best used on your fine finish projects such as spraying cabinets, furniture, doors, trim etc. It will provide a smoother, finer finish than the iSpray Nozzle. Depending on your material, the Detail Finish Nozzle may require some thinning of your material in order to spray properly.

Q: What should I use to clean my sprayer?
A: When cleaning, use the appropriate cleaning solution (warm, soapy water for latex materials; mineral spirits for oil-based materials). Always check the back of the paint container for appropriate cleaning solution.
For more information on cleaning your paint sprayer, see our helpful Clean-Up Video.


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