FLEXiO 570 Sprayer
The FLEXiO® 570 paints a wall eight times faster than a brush, saving time and effort. Big surface projects like walls, ceilings, exterior siding and fences get a consistent finish with any coating. The FLEXiO 570 provides flexibility for indoor and outdoor painting projects and has the power to spray unthinned paint with adjustable control, full coverage and low overspray. Not only is it more powerful, it is also 50 percent quieter and 20 percent lighter than traditional airless sprayers. Cleaning is faster than a brush or roller with a few removable parts that separate and rinse clean.
- Covers an 8’ x 10’ surface in two to six minutes and can spray up to 7.2 gallons per hour
- X-Boost turbine delivers the power to spray unthinned interior and exterior paints and stains
- Innovative iSpray nozzle provides fast coverage with a light texture finish
- Pattern adjustment can be horizontal or vertical and wide or narrow
- Adjustable paint flow to match covering speed and project size
Best Used On:
Small Fence/Deck, Interior Room, and Exterior House/Shed
Exterior Latex, Interior Latex, and Solid Stain
Parts and Accessories
Air Cap for iSpray Front End (Black Needle)
Spray Jet Kit for iSpray Front End
Nozzle for iSpray Front End (Black Needle)
Check Valve Kit for iSpray, Control Finish and Detail Front Ends
Nozzle Gasket for iSpray Front End (Black Needle)
1.5 Quart Cup for iSpray Front End
Detail Finish Front End
iSpray Front End
Flexio 570 Sprayer is rated out of 5 by 52.
Rated 3 out of 5 by JoshC from Good product for short use I bought this item last September when I moved into my house. It was a fixer upper and so I bought this in order to do quick painting. I have over 4 years experience in painting so I thought this would do the job quickly and efficiently. It worked great for 4 rooms but then started to give me problems. I replaced parts and made sure everything was unclogged and it slowly got worse with the painting and quality. I have spent more time troubleshooting this gun than actually using it. I used it last week and it worked fine to paint my front door. Cleaned it all up and sprayed warm water through it to ensure everything was cleaned (I'm using interior latex paints) and put it away after ensuring it was cleaned properly. Went to use it today and it doesn't work at all. I cannot get any pressure in the cup when using paint. I can get it with water though. I have even taken the filters off completely to see if this would fix it. Nothing will fix it. If you want a product to last, I don't recommend buying this at all. Stick with a real paint sprayer. If you're only doing odds and ends and don't care if it lasts forever, then this will work for you.
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by Clayguy from A real disappointment Bought the Wagner Flexio 570 at Home Depot to paint 12 doors. I bought it because it says you do not have to thin the paint to spray. I was doubtful but talked to the paint expert at HD and he assured me that it would shoot their paint without thinning. That turned out to be not the case. We bought a gallon of Behr Marquee paint at HD to spray the doors. It puked paint on the doors rather than spraying the paint, which required me to quickly wash the puked paint off the door before it hardened so I would not have to sand the door. After thinning the paint, it sprayed better but never sprayed a decent finish. Moreover, the fact that the gun cannot be tilted any more than 45 degrees makes its use very limiting, you cannot spray anything that is laying flat because the gun will not spray. After being seriously frustrated with the Flexio, I drove the hour back to HD and returned the sprayer. I am an experienced spray gun and airless gun guy and have painted a zillion projects over the years. This is absolutely not a replacement for a real airless gun that uses a hose to supply the nozzle. This gun just doesn't cut it at any level. I think the Wagner engineers need to do some work on this model of sprayer.
Date published: 2017-05-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by JimmyG from Get the set up correct and no worries Building a 12x16 storage shed in our backyard and began painting earlier this week. Quickly realized that rolling the paint was merely a exercise in frustration so I purchased the 570 unit. Do yourself a favor and do some research on your own. As I was in a time crunch, I just asked the associate in the paint department at the big box store what they recommended. I gave them the scope of the project and they pointed me to one product. Once I read the box I found they were pointing my to a stainer and not a painter. Browsed the instructions and loaded up the first round of paint and the sprayer worked like a champ. However, after the first round I nearly took the sprayer back as it failed to even remotely work as described. Over the next couple days I managed to get roughly 1/8 of the shed painted and it looked like a toddler had procured the sprayer and went to town. I decided to reverse engineer the sprayer, so to speak, to see where the errors are occurring. Have to say the operator error accounted for about 80% of the problems. It took sprayer about 5 canisters of water, seeing the spray pattern and adjusting the flow control knob to get a decent pattern. I found the sprayer is exceptionally susceptible to clogging. As this is my first sprayer, it may just be nature of the beast. Here are a few tips that I found to help keep things running smoothly. First, I read on another review that having a wet towel and wiping the nozzle area helps. It doesn't just help but I found to be a necessity, frequently! After refilling the canister I was getting horrible spray pattern. I found that by setting the intake unit down, paint was clogging the spray tube and functioning more like a texture gun than a sprayer. Now I keep the unit upright between to blocks and let gravity clear the tube. No more splatter! The red adjustment knob has far more travel than I would have thought. Without really playing with the knob, I assumed there were only a few turns to go from heavy to light spray. In reality it travels more like 1/2" so if your pattern is bad or too heavy, give that knob about 10 turns and you should be good. In retrospect, it seems obvious that just dumping paint from the can into the canister is a recipe for frustration. Unless your paint or stain is brand new and free from any debris, your sprayer will clog almost immediately. If you have to use any old paint, run it through a filter or your afternoon will be spent repeatedly disassembling the sprayer and continually cleaning. Once I took some time to play and adjust the sprayer I accomplished more in 40 minutes than I did in a few hours the previous day. I rated the unit as average as I have nothing to compare it too. In essence, I would still be painting if I had to roll and brush. Now the main painting is done and I have found multiple other projects that will benefit from having the 570 in my quiver of tools.
Date published: 2017-04-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by home from spray area is junk. Received this as a gift. When I opened the box the spray tip had cracks in it, that made the paint spray splatter out of area. Making it not useable. I looked for parts in stores , no body carries them. I think this is a very poor design, it needs to be heavyer in this area.
Date published: 2017-01-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by Betty33 from Never used a Wagner We have never used a Wagner Flexio before I was very disappointed with the clean up, also we can't seem to get the hang of spraying the ceiling. We have 3 more rooms and a garage left to spray and I'm seriously thinking about rolling the rest because we can't figure out the flexio 570. I'm really disappointed.
Date published: 2016-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by pott68 from Sprays thick paint no problem Borrowed my brothers old Wagner spray gun to paint the outside of my garage but the 220 model did not have enough power to spray the thick acrylic latex paint i bought. Decided to give the 570 model a try and it worked like a champ. One tip which the manual recommends is to wipe off the spray nozzle occasionally but i would recommend doing it every time you refill the paint pot, also wipe off the "ears" that stick up around the nozzle, if you let paint build up on those it will distort the spray pattern and cause a lot of over spray - it only takes a few seconds with a wet rag. Over all a great little gun for the money.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by ebrewjr from Good, when it works. The sprayer worked great when painting an entire house interior, worked great when I painted my privacy fence. It seems after these two uses I could continue with it, but the paint just will not come out of the bowl. I troubleshooted it several times, cleaning, new filters , new o-rings, but to no avail. Again, works great when it works. Having misplaced the receipt after owning it less than a year means I'm stuck with an ornament. Why should I invest in parts when I'm skeptible that it will not work again. Come on, Wagner, let's make these sprayers last !!
Date published: 2016-05-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rocky222 from When it works it's great Iv had this unit for two years and only used it three times. I stained 30ft. Of deck railings, worked great. Stained a gazebo, worked great. And the walls on my basement steps, very small area and worked great. The unit still looks good hardly any paint on it. It's was always cleaned up right away. Went to use it after sitting for a year. I put water in the tank to make sure it was working and it was so I switched to paint sprayed almost a two foot strip and the motor blew sparks and black soot out. It looked up. Sounded like a barring went out. I don't think I over used it. For it not to last.
Date published: 2016-05-05
looking for an airless spray painter that works best for common house paints, outside projects, as in painting a shed(12 x 20 as an example) or indoors for wallpainting
The Flexio 570 will work well for both your interior and exterior projects. The iSpray front end that comes with it will deliver a roller like finish. The only other thing I want to mention is that this isn't a airless sprayer. It is actually what we call a HVLP(high volume low pressure) sprayer, so the motor in back is actually blowing air to spray the material. Please call us at 1(800)328-8251 would like to discuss this further or if you have any other questions or needs.
Date published: 2017-06-02
The description says that this sprayer leaves a slightly stippled finish, like a roll on. I'm applying water based polyurethane to a horizontal surface, refinishing a tabletop and don't want stippled. Will the poly level out on its' own? Any suggestions on what might leave a more even finish I'm looking for?
Like you said, the iSpray front end that comes with the Flexio 570 will deliver a stipple, roller like finish. I would recommend either the Control Stainer 250 if you are only needing a sprayer for finer detail work. Or the Flexio 590 that comes with both the iSpray, for those larger projects not needing a smooth finish, and the Detail Finish front end, for smoother finishes on projects like cabinets, doors, furniture etc. If you would like to discuss these options in more detail or have any other questions or needs please call our technical support staff at 1(800)328-8251.
Date published: 2017-05-16
Can this sprayer spray primers easily or do they need to be thinned?
Will this sprayer work with oil based primers, specifically Killz, or will I have to thin the primer? Also, does it spray latex primer as well as latex paint or does all primer need to be thinned?
The Flexio 570 will spray most water base and oil base primers, without thinning, through the iSpray front end. The Kilz primers dry very quickly so periodically wipe the nozzle tip with a damp cloth to remove any dried paint. If you would like further assistance please feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Can I use my 570 to shoot a popcorn cieling?
Need to put popcorn up in a small bathroom. Can the Flexio do that?
The Flexio line of paint sprayers work great with latex paint. For installing a popcorn texture take a look at our PowerTex unit.
Date published: 2016-12-12
I bought my Flexio 570 at home depot in August of 2014. I've only used it 3 time. Today, the turbine died. Is it still under warranty? Why would the turbine up and die after a couple hours usage?
I'm sorry to hear about the problem with your Flexio 570. All of our sprayers come with a 1 year warranty, retailers usually offer an extended warranty also. It isn't always usage that wears on a tool, sometimes its lack of use. You are always welcome to call technical support to discuss your options. One of which is to send the tool in to us to see if there is something we can do. Call us at 800-328-8251.
Date published: 2016-12-08
spraying alkyd enamel with hardener
I have a Flexio 570 and also a detail nozzle. I need a sprayer to spray a thinned, alkyd enamel with hardener on my renovated outboard motor, all smaller parts. Will my Flexio produce a smooth finish with this type of paint? I think the paint vendor recommends a mini hlvp sprayer. Need your thoughts/recommendations.
As long as it cleans up with mineral spirits, it's fine in the Flexio. Use the detail front end. I would pay attention to the dry time though and make sure it's cleaned out well before that time.
Date published: 2016-09-21
Can I get a smooth finish on a steel entry door with acrylic paint and a detail nozzle on my 570?
The Flexio 570 comes with the iSpray Front end which will spray unthinned materials and is ideal for projects such as spraying walls, small buildings, fences etc… It will provide a roller-like or slightly stippled finish. The Detail Front end is the best choice for fine finish projects such as spraying cabinets, furniture, doors, trim etc. and will provide a smoother, finer finish than the iSpray Front end. Depending on your material, the Detail Front end may require some thinning of your material in order to spray properly. If you have any other questions feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Date published: 2016-06-06
Water in the motor?
I think I didn't get all of the pieces on tight and it kept oozing water (I was cleaning it out) so I took it apart and there is water in the motor (?) part. Can I let it dry out and use it again?
Make sure that the sprayer is unplugged. Allow it to air dry for three days before use. Certainly the motor can be damaged by water getting into it. When cleaning the front end there is no reason to keep it attached to the turbine/handle. If you have any other questions please call us at 800-328-8251
Date published: 2016-05-26