The PaintREADY Sprayer paints a wall five times faster than a brush with a consistent finish. Spray unthinned paints on medium-sized interior projects such as walls and ceilings with adjustable control and less overspray. Separate the nozzle and gun assembly for cleanup faster than a brush or roller.
- Sprays up to 10 ounces per minute
- iSpray Technology provides consistent coverage and a light texture finish
- Sprays un-thinned paints including paint and primer-in-one products
- Pattern adjustment can be horizontal or vertical and wide or narrow
- Adjustable paint flow to match covering speed and project size
Parts and Accessories
Air Filter for Handheld HVLP Sprayers (Single Pack)
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
PaintREADY Sprayer is rated out of 5 by 39.
Rated 5 out of 5 by anahuacbpp from Excellent for my Students We purchased this as a second unit to paint 50 sheets of 1/2 plywood that were assembled into individual cubicles for our school. Eight high school students were trained by other students to use this gun to paint 15 gallons of paint over a three week class time period. Meaning it was cleaned 15+ times and had 15+ startups. Only one student produced runs with the unit and all the rest were comfortable using it after 15-20 minutes of training. I am impressed as it used latex straight from the bucket and performed excellent with a one application coverage on raw wood. We normally use a primer however the students wanted to try it direct and it worked well. When we need a another gun, we'll buy this one again. The first unit was a Graco with the collapsible paint containers, works well, but very difficult to prime, extreme long clean up time and most students after trying both, loved the Wagner.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by IanC from Works great once. I used this sprayer for one room when I first bought it. I cleaned the sprayer and put it away. It's been sitting for about a year. Well I need it again to paint the rest of my house, now all it does is "SPLATTER" paint on the walls. There is no smooth flow of pain, no matter what I do it will not flow smoothly from the nozzle. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. If you use it once fine, but don't let it sit it wont be the same again.
Date published: 2016-03-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by BearGFR from Be very careful how you clean and store parts Sprayer works reasonably well, better if you thin latex a little first. My biggest problem with it is storage after cleanup. Generally I'm accustomed to disassembling the air cap and storing them submerged in appropriate solvent (water for latex) until next use. That's how I care for my automotive HVLP paint guns (made out of metal) and the approach works really well. However, as I just found out by surprise - if you use this gun with a solvent/oil based paint, don't try storing the plastic parts in the cup submerged in mineral spirits. The large ring that screws onto the painter body is made out of a material that will react with mineral spirits and will swell (or the white plastic ring will shrink - or both), making it impossible to reassemble the air cap the next time you want to use the gun.
Date published: 2016-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by TommyD from Cabinets!, lots of cabinets. We purchased our dream retirement home in so. AZ 2 weeks ago and are busy making it our own. The first priority is to get the kitchen done. We have 60 cabinet faces and drawer fronts to paint; 60! Started out with using a roller and brush going nowhere fast. Spent a day on just 7 pieces. Decided to try a sprayer and bought the paint ready one which wasn't the one I was looking for but couldn't find the other well rated cheaper one, I have never used a sprayer before so have no biases one sprayer against another, however the Wagner name is front and center. It's been really hot here and trying to paint with un thinned latex is a challenge, the working time wasn't there. Reading a review I came across a thinner called Floetrol and decided to try it and it performs beautifully. I was spraying in 90*+ temps. We are using Behr ultra satin base. The paint pot on the sprayer is graduated and I settled on 35oz's of paint and added 5oz's of Floetrol to it. At that rate the paint flowed perfectly. I only had to wipe the front of the nozzle free of paint in between startups. It took some trial and error on test pieces to get familiar with the unit and find the desired flow rate adjustment, but once done it's set. Only 5-10 minutes cleanup which is a snap. We couldn't be happier with the resulting outcome of our work! It looks like a factory original/professionally done job. Best $100 bucks I've spent in a long time. Thank you Wagner! Tom D.
Date published: 2015-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Karen123456789 from Need Mechanic to keep unclogged! The Wagner Paint Ready Sprayer saves time and works great for hard to reach areas to paint. I have fencing and a horse stable as long as my mechanic was with me to unclog it every three minutes we could keep it running. I have spent a majority of my summer trying to unclog this machine. The solution was to have my mechanic on stand by. The videos on line only tell you how to clean out part of the machine. The mechanic has to completely disassemble it to clean it. I have taken it to the Lowes Store and the sales associates do not understand what to do. Today I have spent another whole day of vacation fighting with this Wagner Paint Ready Sprayer. Unless my mechanic can come by tonight I am throwing it in the river. And in case anyone is wondering I do use Floetrol and read the directions carefully.
Date published: 2015-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by GregBert from First time user I borrowed a Control Spray from a relative only to find it would not spray latex paint. I searched your website to find one that would. I chose the PaintReady. After reading the reviews I carefully read the instructions, twice. I took the sprayer apart to familiarize myself with it. I had a little trouble with spattering on the first 2 gallons. I ran out of paint and sent the wife after more and while she was gone I cleaned the sprayer. It took me longer to take it apart and clean it than it did to use the first 2 gallons of paint. I chalk that up to inexperience. The next 2 gallons went so smooth it scared me. Again experience helps. I would recommend this product to my friends. It saved me 12 hours at least over rolling.
Date published: 2015-07-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by Homeowner68 from Good little sprayer I had good luck with this sprayer. I sprayed unthinned latex exterior paint. I had no issues with spray pattern. I think a lot of people that have bad luck either a) are expecting professional commercial results from a entry level $100 sprayer or b) don't read the directions and follow what it says. It's not a pull the trigger and go. You have to wait a few seconds for the turbine to start spinning, then release the paint. Also, it is stated that this sprayer will produce a textured spray similar to painting with a roller. So buying this sprayer for smooth finish projects is their own fault. Not the sprayers. Overall I'm pleased with the performance.
Date published: 2015-03-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by goodymckeev from This product has many flaws!!! I bought this product knowing that it had many flaws, however I still need to get the painting done. After 3 months of owner ship and some adjustment on how it sprays paint everywhere the trigger broke and now it is on when I plug it in or off when it is unplugged. I cannot find a replacement trigger on the parts list and every time I call the 1-800-328-8251 no one answers.
Date published: 2014-12-08
Finland Wagner W400 and W450 sold that could be suitable for painting my house outer walls. W400 manual say that it can spray paint up to 2.7 Pas, 2x pure glycerol thickness. Is that enough for outdoor paint & how they compare to newer models?
The W400 and W450 will spray some latex paints but because they have a smaller container you may want to look at one of our airless sprayers at this link, https://www.wagner-group.com/en/consumer/airless-spray-systems/. We are in the United States but you can contact our dealer in Finland, their name is Tehomix Oy and their number in Turku is 358 (0) 2 2755 999.
Date published: 2017-08-02
In the instructions several time it refers to control of the air pressure. I can't find any way to control air pressure on my Paintready sprayer.Where is the control?
Sorry about the confusion but it was accidentally misprinted in your manual. There is no pressure or power control on the PaintReady sprayer. Though it does have the material flow control on the back of the trigger for adjusting how much material is flowing out of the machine. Please contact our technical support staff at 1(800)328-8251 if you have any other questions or needs.
Date published: 2017-06-24
I am restoring an old yacht. Looking for a sprayer to paint inside closets cabinets and other tight areas. which unit would be best for my use?
If you are looking to paint cabinets and other projects that call for a fine smoother finish. I would recommend looking at the either the Flexio 690 or the Flexio 890. They both have a detached turbine which takes some of the bulk off the handle so they are able to get into tighter areas somewhat. Also, they come with two front ends; the iSpray(for roller like finishes) and the Detail Finish (for projects needing a smoother finish). To which you want to use the Detail Finish for your cabinets. If you would like to discuss these two units further or have any other questions please call us at 1(800)328-8251.
Date published: 2017-04-27
Is it noisy?
Hello, Is this product noisier than the Wagner Control Spray? Thanks and best,
Almost as loud as a hair dryer.
Date published: 2016-11-16
Hi purchased a Wagner paint ready sprayer
I plan on painting a bedroom with it Please tell me the differences between this sprayer and your flexio 590 model.
The PaintReady sprayer comes with the iSpray Front end which sprays unthinned materials including latex paint and is ideal for projects such as spraying walls, small buildings, fences etc... and will provide a roller-like or slightly stippled finish. The Flexio 590 comes with the iSpray Front end and the Detail Front end which works best on 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 the paint, the Detail Front end may require some thinning in order to spray properly. The Flexio 590 also comes with a carrying case for everything. If you have any other questions feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Date published: 2016-06-13
Can a Flexio 590 Fine finish paint nozzle coordinate with the Paint Ready Sprayer?
I just bought the Paint Ready sprayer and after a lot of reading and video watching, it seems the finish is not great for cabinets...would the finish be better if the Paint was thinned a bit?
The iSpray Front end which comes with the PaintReady will give you a roller-like or slightly stippled finish. Thinning it with paint conditioner and water make help a little but the Detail Front end is the best choice for your fine finish projects such as spraying cabinets, furniture, doors, trim etc. and will provide a smoother, finer finish than the iSpray Front end which will work with the PaintReady sprayer. Depending on the product you are going to spray the Detail Front end may require some thinning in order to spray properly. If you have any other questions feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Date published: 2016-06-13
Sprayer automatically sprays without pulling the trigger
I'm using the PaintReady Sprayer with thinned interior latex primer. When I turn the unit on, it automatically starts spraying without pulling the trigger. The trigger almost seems frozen/locked. The only way I can get it to stop spraying is to turn the unit off. Then when I do this, the nozzle shoots out a bunch of paint (probably 1/4 cup) in one stream- almost like running water. Any solutions as to why this might be happening? This is the 2nd time I've used the sprayer. The first time I had no problems, so maybe I didn't put the unit back together correctly after cleaning and reassembling?
Two things come to mind. One is the locking ring on the front of the gun. If it is not tight the needle cannot seat itself back into the nozzle, thereby sealing off the flow of paint. Next is the fact that everything behind the air cap must be lined up properly. Or again, the needle will not seal off the nozzle and paint will continue to flow. If you can't find the problem please give us a call so we can help 800-328-8251.
Date published: 2016-05-04
do you mean an extension that will work with a paintready spray
i have tall ceiling and have look to see if you have an extension for the gun, i have found one but not to for sure if if will work.
Thanks for your question, but there is no extension for the Paint Ready sprayer.
Date published: 2016-04-28