Control Stainer 350 Sprayer
The Wagner Control Stainer 350 sprays with speed and consistency. Projects like garage, large decks, walls and exterior trim get done with less work and low overspray. With a range of materials from semi-transparent stains to some paints, the flow can be increased or reduced for maximum control of how much stain or paint goes on and where it lands. When the project is done, the Control Stainer 350 cleans up quick; the nozzle assembly separates from the turbine and cleans up in less than eight minutes.
- Apply stain on 8’ x 10’ area in less than two minutes – 5x faster than a brush and less work
- iSpray Technology provides consistent coverage
- Sprays semi-transparent and solid stains and some paints
- Pattern adjustment can be horizontal or vertical and wide or narrow
- Adjustable paint flow to match covering speed and project size
Parts and Accessories
It will not draw the paint from the suction tube, paint will come out if you have the gun side ways or upside down, that means paint manually gets pushed in to the suction tube
It's a problem of a lack of pressure in the paint container. Remove the suction tube. Hold it in front of you so that the dog leg points to your left side. Just below the white foam cup gasket, there is a 1/16" hole. Notice how the tube widens out to support the white foam gasket? The 1/16" hole is in that wider section. Can't see it? It's covered in paint and that's the problem. Air goes through that hole to pressurize the cup and force paint into the gun head for spraying. Contact us with any other questions at 800-328-8251.
Date published: 2017-10-09
I just purchased the 350 control stainer. It leaks from the can we have tried to tighten it. We have cleaned the seal but no matter what it bubbles up and leaks at mouth. Any suggestions.
If you have tried making sure everything is clean and tight. Then there may be something amiss with the components themselves and they may need to be replaced. If you could contact our technical support at 1(800)328-8251 they can troubleshoot to determine what could be going on and then go about getting your sprayer working as it should.
Date published: 2017-09-23
Is there an accessory to connect the sprayer to a 5 gallon container?
No that type of accessory is not available for the Control Stainer 150. Because of this unit being a HVLP(High Volume Low Pressure) sprayer, it requires pressure to build up in the can. This then pushes the paint up the tube to be sprayed. We have the Flexio 970 and 990 that have an include pump that feeds the material to the gun. Please contact our technical support staff at 1(800)328-8251 if you have any other questions or needs.
Date published: 2017-09-21
How does this sprayer work applying a urethane sealer to stained wood? Will it provide a smooth surface? Would the sealer have to be diluted?
The Control Stainer 350 will spray any material that cleans up with either warm soapy water(water-based) or mineral spirits(oil-based). The Ispray nozzle that comes with it will deliver a roller like finish. Lastly, you should not have to dilute the sealer. Only thicker latex paints would need some dilution to atomize fully. Please contact our technical support staff at 1(800)328-8251 if you have any other questions or needs.
Date published: 2017-09-16
The control stained 350 says it sprays some paints. That's not much help. Will it spray latex?
Yes the Control Stainer 350 will spray some latex materials but will require some thinning go get good atomization. Thicker materials like paints and primer combos would not be recommended for this sprayer. You would then want to look into our Flexio line of sprayers. They are designed to handle thicker materials. Please reach out to our technical support staff at 1(800)328-8251 if you would like to discuss these sprayers in more details or have any other questions or needs.
Date published: 2017-09-16
What is the correct operating distance for this sprayer? My manual says 3-6", the video here says 6-8" and a reviewer elsewhere says his manual says 6-12".
6" comes up in all three answers and we agree with that. In general a distance of 6" from the nozzle to the project will work in most situations. Farther away will give you a larger pattern but less control, closer in will give you more control but a smaller pattern. It depends on the project. For furniture I would want to be closer than I would for an exterior wall of my house, there is no minimum distance but I would suggest a maximum of 10". Contact technical support for more info 800-328-8251.
Date published: 2017-09-11
Im looking for a good airless sprayer for wood laquer, under 300 dollars, what would you recommend?
Our Wagner sprayers can only spray materials that either clean up with warm soapy(water-based) or mineral spirits(oil-based). If you are wanting to spray solvent based lacquer you would want to look at either the Earlex Rockler Finishing Sprayer ( http://www.rockler.com/rockler-hvlp-finishing-sprayer ) or the Earlex Spray Station 5500 ( http://www.earlex.com/earlex-hvlp-spraystation-hv5500/ ). These sprayers are designed for water, oil, and solvent based material. If you would like to discuss these in more detail or have other questions or needs please contact our technical support at 1(800)328-8251.
Date published: 2017-09-08
When turbine is turned on ,it begins spraying without pulling trigger. will not stop until turning off turbine. what is problem?
The locking ring is loose. The black, threaded ring on the front of the gun is loose and allows the nozzle to move away from the needle, breaking the seal. For more tips and tricks, call us directly at 800-328-8251.
Date published: 2017-08-07