Flexio 3000 Sprayer

$ 149.99
The Wagner FLEXiO 3000 hand-held sprayer, has variable speeds for cutting time and effort on home painting projects and can paint a wall 10 times faster than a brush. It comes with 2 different nozzles – one for painting walls, fences and siding. The other nozzle for fine finishing on cabinets and trim.

The new nozzle design delivers an improved spray pattern and adjustable control with less mess and overspray.

The FLEXiO 3000 has the flexibility to spray indoors and outdoor with the power to spray unthinned paint and stains with full coverage. Cleaning is faster than a brush or paint roller with just a few removable parts that separate and rinse clean.

Covers an 8’ x 10’ surface in minutes:
-Stain: 1 minutes
-Latex: 5 minutes

Videos

FLEXiO 3000 - Launch
FLEXiO 3000 - Launch Video
FLEXiO Sprayers - SetUp
FLEXiO Sprayers - SetUp Video

Features

  • X-Boost® Power Dial - 9 settings for various coatings & precise control
  • iSpray® Nozzle - For walls and siding
  • 1 ½ quart cup covers up to a 10’ by 12’ wall in one fill
  • Material adjustment with numbered settings
  • Lock-n-Go® split gun design for quick cleaning
  • Sturdy carrying case for easy storage
  • Detail Finish Nozzle - For small projects & a smooth finish
  • Cleans up in 5 minutes - just five parts to rinse off

Projects

Best Used On:

Furniture, Small Fence/Deck, Cabinets & Trim, Large Fence/Deck, Interior Room, and Exterior House/Shed

Optimal For

Exterior Latex, Interior Latex, Wood Sealers, Chalk/Milk Paints, Lacquers / Urethanes, and Solid Stain

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Flexio 3000 is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 116.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made quick work of paintng my shed I bought this to replace my old Wagner. Painted this shed fast
Date published: 2019-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flexible Options for Indoors and Outdoors I've been painting both residential and commercial for over 15 years and couldn't be happier with my Wagner products. The Flexio 3000 is perfect for domestic use and for average to nominal commercial use. The design of the spray gun offers a wide and narrow spray pattern option which is great for blocking in very large surface areas or fine tuning it down to more constrictive areas such as in corners, around trim and windows and hitting tight spots with accuracy. There is also a dial for air flow which allows the application of more or less paint and is effective when working both indoors and out. When painting in outdoor elements such as wind both of these features come in very handy. The paint "gun" itself is easy to assemble and one can be up and painting in a matter of minutes. Clean up is fairly easy, but just like using any paint equipment you must be sure to sufficiently clean up every piece of the assembly and make sure not to let paint build up around the housing. Cleaning up the gun is probably the most time intensive part of its use, but well worth it to ensure your sprayer continues to function flawlessly. For example, there is a small "O-ring" that attaches to the inside of the nozzle which prevents any paint flowing through the tip going back down into the housing of the sprayer. This small o-ring is so essential and one must make sure it fits snug in it's place otherwise the potential of paint backing up into the gun is real. I found this out first or second time using it. If you can follow directions and be patient while cleaning up the sprayer this product will last you for a very long time. My only complaint, other than possibly having more spray pattern options (which you get when you upgrade to a commercial Wagner sprayer), is that depending on the length of use, the humidity / atmospheric conditions and especially if painting for long lengths of time indoors is the build up of paint around the "air discharge" ports on either side of the nozzle. This can happen especially when using latex in a tight room with little ventilation or air flow. The paint will begin to accumulate around the nozzle tip and can then block the air flow ports that spread and create an even spray pattern. When this happens the nozzle will begin to drip and you will have to stop immediately to clean the nozzle and air ports. This is such a pain, because who really wants to stop in the middle of a paint project with wet paint in the reservoir, open up the tip assembly and clean out the nozzle and tip? No one. That being said, you just have to be aware of where, when and how long you are using the sprayer when you don't have adequate ventilation or in hot humid conditions. I painted a 2,650 sq. foot mural in the summer of 2017 done mainly with the Wagner Flexio 3000 and was achieved in about 2/3rds the time it would have taken using rollers, brushes and an old school gas powered sprayer. The building owner was amazed at how quickly and efficiently the massive mural was completed. There were some 90 degree days and wind that could've affected the sprayers temperature that caused some paint buildup, but overall this sprayer is so versatile that even getting down near the hard edge details, the corners of the wall (so as to not overspray into public space), and even spray patterning made the job take only a few days when it otherwise could've taken more than a week. If your looking for a "domestic grade" paint sprayer look no further! If your wanting to do big, long jobs I'd recommend looking at their more advanced commercial models. Overall, I am a very happy Wagner customer!
Date published: 2018-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best sprayer I've ever purchased I bought this to save time on a job painting a composite foundation. The job would have taken days with typical brush and roller. But with the wagner flexio it was done in 45 minutes. Great product I would recommend for anyone.
Date published: 2018-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My first paint sprayer, and it's a good one. I had a couple jobs planned for my house, including touching up a bedroom with existing good paint (scratched and blemished from recalcitrant Command adhesive strips), and later my old kitchen cabinets. I have always used rollers and brushes but I wanted to try a sprayer because I've heard the results are good. It took longer to mask off the room than it did to paint - seriously took maybe half an hour to paint the whole works. I was really happy with the way I was able to blend in the torn topcoat where the adhesive ripped off the old paint - I don't think I could do that with a roller and get the same result. One thing I didn't expect was the volume of air this tool puts out. It's a LOT OF AIR! I had not masked the floor well enough and the light-duty plastic sheet fluttered until I weighed it down. Definitely going to tape that down next job. For cleaning - it was a pleasantly simple process that didn't leave my fingers coated in paint. Hooray! Disassembly was easy and since I used a latex paint, I washed the parts out in my basement laundry sink after spraying out a container's worth of water. It probably took me the same amount of work to clean this sprayer as it would take me to clean my brushes so I count that as a win. I'm looking forward to using it on the cabinets next. I didn't use the small container yet since I'm doing larger jobs but I may use it in the spring/summer outside for some outdoor work. I definitely think it has enough power to do work outside. Lastly, the storage case that the sprayer comes with isn't one of the crummy ones that's going to fall apart. It holds the sprayer and accessories reasonably compact and I had no trouble storing it.
Date published: 2018-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very happy with my purchase I recently purchased the Flexio 3000 to paint custom kitchen cabinets I build in my house. I’m a bit of a perfectionist and must admit I was very hesitant at first and to be honest a bit worried about what kind of results I get from the sprayer. But that last thing I wanted was the cabinets to be painted with a brush and roller. I dreaded thinking about the time it would take to paint them by hand and knowing how poorly the results would look. The project stalled for a few months while I debated what to do. I contemplated hiring the job out. But finally decided between the cost to hire out the job and the fact I had worked for a painter not that many years ago I should just do the painting myself. I have an older Wagner Sprayer (20ish years old if I had to guess) that I only used a couple of times. It required the paint to be ‘thinned’ and I never seemed to get good results from it… but admittedly I gave up rather quickly on it and haven’t tried it again since. It’s still in the original box. Lol I thought about giving it another try but decided against it. So, with some trepidation I purchased the Flexio 3000 and decided to give Wagner Sprayers another try. Not having to ‘thin’ the paint was one of the biggest ‘convincers’ for me. Once I got the sprayer home it took a while to decide which nozzle I wanted to use. After watching a few of your videos on YouTube I decided to go with the larger one since I had a lot of cabinets to paint. I have just one coat of paint on them so far but can’t get over how happy I am with the results. The sprayer was easy to use and adjust and even the cleanup was simple. The paint coverage was even, and I haven’t found one drip on the cabinets yet! Wishing I had purchased the sprayer sooner and honestly can’t wait to use it again!
Date published: 2018-12-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product, better manufacturer I bought a Wagner flexio 3000 in October. I was a little careless and ended up getting paint into the blower unit which ruined it. I knew there was no resolution because it was a self induced problem. After a reluctant call to the support team at Wagner they helped me resolve my problem 100%. I never expected the pleasant experience I had working with them. I did not give them five stars because I think the problem I had might be something that people might repeat if not careful. I also think the Wagner unit that has the blower separated by a hose might have been my best choice because I was doing a large job and unit was a little heavy due to the blower being attached. Either way, I would definitely recommend Wagner!
Date published: 2018-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Figure it out and you'll be pleased! For all the good/bad reviews, this unit does a great job, buy you have to figure out the settings, angle, amount of air and magterial going through tool. I used it to prime my kitchen cabinets with lacquer based primter sealer (Zin BIN 123) and it coated nicely while they we laying down. Did it in garage in makeshift paint booth. Use this outside, in garage like I did, or in unihabited home. Lots of overspray is generated - and may be a result of too much air pressure. I'm going to take my interior doors out and paint those next. I'll do these standing up with water-based paint. I picked this model for the range of paint types, extra paint feature for smaller jobs. I'm fairly certain this uses more paint than brushing, BUT, time is 10x faster even with clean-up which isn't difficult at all. In fact letting the paint dry makes it easier to clean up. Overall, I'd say it was worth the money in one project.
Date published: 2018-11-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product -- even for a complete beginner! I have never used a paint sprayer but needed to paint my textured ceiling. After much research, I discovered that spraying would be the best method to do the job. I chose the Wagner Flexio 3000 and I am so pleased with the results! It was easy to use and came with clear, concise directions. Coverage was smooth and even and the cleanup of the unit was not bad at all. It did such a fine job inside that I decided to paint the outside of my house which is wood siding! I have not finished yet, but so far it has done an excellent job and I am very pleased with the results! Thank you so much for a wonderful product at a great price.
Date published: 2018-11-26
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What is the difference between the 590 and the 3000 sprayer

Asked by: Bibby
The main difference between the Flexio 590 and Flexio 3000 is the design of the iSpray front end. The new nozzle designed iSpray front end will provide paint control with a uniform and contained pattern. Also, the new paint flow dial is numbered for precise and easy setting for the range of coatings the Flexio can spray and easy clean up.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2019-01-09

Can’t seem to be able to open the compartments that holds the filters is there a release button?  I just bought the Flexio 3000.

Asked by: TerryLC
The left filter cover and the right filter cover both have a snap levers. You can push on it or use a little screw driver and gently push on it.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-12-19

Can I paint on any position,like ceiling?

Asked by: Dpablo5
All spray guns can easily operate spraying forward and down. The Flexio 3000 can tilt up, up to 45 degrees. The Flexio 4000 can tilt up to 60 degrees for easier ceiling painting. For more specifics call us at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-12-17

Can the Flexio 3000 successfully paint horizontal aluminum siding on a house? What paint product would be best for this application?

Asked by: Maggs99
The Flexio 3000 will spray water based and non-flammable oil based paints. Exterior paint projects are fine for the 3000. The best paint to use would be a good question for your local paint distributor. Make sure they know it's going to be applied to aluminum siding and I'm sure they can recommend the best paint for the job. For further information you can also call us at 800-328-8251. Thanks for your inquiry, have a great day!
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-12-03

Did any wagner tool can be used to paint ceiling? 

Asked by: Ivan
The Flexio handheld sprayers, 570/590/2000/3000 can spray ceilings but they can not be tilted upward at more than a 45 degree angle or paint could get into the turbine. The stationary Flexio's, 690/890/4000/5000 are better options because the gun is separate from the turbine reducing operator fatigue and can be tilted back farther. If you have further questions feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-11-25

can i primer a car with the wagner 3000

Asked by: trenchdog
Sure the Flexio 3000 can spray most water based primers. You will not get a showroom type finish on the surface though. It's generally not recommended for cars but if it is just primer it may work ok for you. For further help on this you can call us at 800-328-8251. Thanks for your inquiry, have a great day!
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-11-16

Is this an airless paint sprayer?

Asked by: hilliard
The Flexio series is a HVLP sprayers. 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
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-11-16

Do you need to thin a premium latex wall paint before using in the sprayer? Also can it spray oil base primer? Also do you recommend using a respirator?

Asked by: JoeR14
The Flexio line of HVLP can spray water based and oil based finishes and paints. Household latex paint should not require thinning for spraying with the iSpray front end, if you want a nicer finish (like trim or cabinets) use the Detail finish front end and thin latex about 10% with water. Protecting your health is the most important part of spraying. There are always some airborne particles of paint when spraying and none of it should be in your lungs.Protect yourself with appropriate safety equipment whenever using any kind of power tool. To discuss this in depth please call us at 800-328-8251.
Answered by: Technical Support
Date published: 2018-11-12
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