Power Painter Plus Sprayer
The Power Painter Plus will make less work and faster completion of medium sized outdoor painting and staining projects. Fences, overhangs, playsets and furniture are sprayed faster and take less work with the Power Painter Plus. This sprayer can be used at any angle for full coverage and a consistent finish.
- Optimus dual fan pattern tip delivers a professional spray pattern
- Sprays 6.6 gallons per hour
- Convenient carry case for storage
- Extra atomizer valve for latex or oil based material
Parts and Accessories
Suction Tube for 1 Quart Container (EZ Tilt Models)
5' Remote Suction Set (EZ Tilt Models)
Piston for Power Painters
Piston Spring for Power Painters
Atomizer Valve for Optimus & EZ Tilt Sprayers (2 Pack)
Power Painter Plus is rated out of 5 by 52.
Rated 4 out of 5 by bumperpuller1 from Works better then I thought.. I painted 2 sheds with this gun and it work good. found spray ajustment on the back handle. cleaning took longer the the painting... sure beats brush or roller... Thnaks Wagner...
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by Irguy from It worked well for 60 seconds I brought my brand new Power Painter Plus to a friend's house to paint his living room. We spent about two hours masking and putting up plastic sheeting to control the overspray. When we were ready to paint we unboxed the sprayer and went through the instructions step by step. We disassembled the unit as we went through the cleaning procedure and identified each part that we would need to clean. After getting familiar with the unit we filled it with Glidden Diamond interior latex and began spraying the ceiling. The sprayer worked flawlessly for about 60 seconds, maybe less - enough to spray a 2' x 6' section. Then it stopped spraying. We cleaned it twice, thinned the paint with Floetrol, all to no avail. It simply wouldn't spray. We ended up rolling the ceiling and walls - which ironically took less time than prepping to spray and fussing with the sprayer. I returned the unit and am considering whether or not to try another Wagner product.
Date published: 2017-09-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by DaleSR from Dissatified customer Starting out painting my basement walls this product worked great BUT shortly after starting the second container the gun stopped spraying had to disassemble and completely clean the unit. the piston was very hard to get out. When starting the second container the gun jammed again. I took it apart and the piston was jammed which I oiled each time. I did this about 5 times before I gave up and returned the Power Painter plus. Now considering buying the ? another Wagner with separate air unit maybe the Paint Ready Station.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by bath6678 from No flow control and wasted paint Yes - I am an amateur but I am quite smart and a quick learner. I have several pieces of wicker furniture to paint and using a brush would obviously be very labor intensive and time consuming. The Power Painter Plus is good value and assembly and clean up was not difficult. Instruction booklet was clear and easy to understand. The machine did not clog or spatter, except at the end when paint was getting too low. It is impossible to see when the paint level is too low as you can hardly see the paint in the cup and so there is no way of knowing. I found that the overspray was vast. Also. a great deal of paint was used in order to get sufficient coverage. I had to go over pieces with a paint brush afterward to get rid of drips and excess areas of paint. There is no way of controlling paint flow. I can accept the loud noise that the machine makes but the overspray and lack of paint flow is a big problem. No, I would never recommend this product. Regret the purchase.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by hondoman1 from a keeper tool! I am a DIY from way back and one thing I have learned through the years is. The quality job always done with quality tools. So I had a restoration job on a small house and no time or help to get it done. painting became a problem to the rest of the project. when i found this sprayer I was taking a chance because it was inexpensive. I have had it three years and have used it on twenty or so projects. It is unbelievable the different applications this has been used for. The one thing they do not talk about enough is the ability to spray thick paint. latex is hard on sprayer. Most painters spend tons on this and have to water down paint to spray or put in stuff to soften the flow. in effect change the paint. A home owner is not going to get into that. They should not get into that! This thing has saved me literally hours of prep time, dry time and ,labour time. i actually enjoy playing with this. My daughter is famous for calling me to paint something off the clock for her. I think ill buy her husband one for Christmas!
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by HoneyDoMan from What a time saver This sprayer gives professional looking results with a minimum of practice. It is very important to do a test spray for coverage on a scrap of wood first. I painted a door in the fraction of the time it would have taken with a brush with no brush strokes. It gives a smooth even finish in less coats than the brush would have taken. The clean up wasn't bad, but follow the instruction book closely for the first time. Total clean up time for my first time using the sprayer was about 15 minutes. I'm sure it will be much quicker next time. This was well worth the cost on time and effort with the one door already done. I can't wait to use it on the next project.
Date published: 2016-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by JimBlanch from Worst product ever! Purchased at Walmart after our other Wagner product died at 8:30 pm in the middle of a project. Have had nothing but issues from the beginning. Clumps, spraying uneven, piston seized up multiple times. Followed maintenance instructions still did the same. First sprayer worked perfectly and was so easy to clean...this one did not! $100 down the drain.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by Alyssia from It was too good to be true. Everything worked fine for the first 10 minutes. And then it was all downhill from there. It kept getting jammed because my primer was too thick. It was behr primer. Nothing out of the ordinary. It is a paint sprayer after all. Anyway. I thinned it out. And it still keeps jamming. I'm so mad. Spend more time taking it apart to unjam it than I have spent painting. Bought this to save time from using a brush and I'm barely breaking even and it's wasting a lot of paint. I'm so mad.
Date published: 2016-08-04
Can you use automotive paint in this gun?
As long as it cleans up with water or mineral spirits, it should spray. But this isn't a automotive quality finish sprayer. If you're painting your car please call us at 800-328-8251 for information about better sprayers for automobiles.
Date published: 2017-12-14
Can this Power Painter Plus be used to spray thinned lacquer?
Only water based and oil based products should be sprayed with Wagner Power Painter sprayers. Lacquer should not be used with our Power Painter line at all. For more info about sprayers that can spray lacquer, contact technical support at 800-328-8251.
Date published: 2017-11-10
Just bought the power painter plus # 0525140. Seems to me the easiest way to clean the insides would be to fill the paint cup with warm soapy water and spray that through until it is clean. Any thoughts on that?
If you are spraying a water base material that is a great way to clean it. We do recommend taking it apart, inspecting all the parts to make sure there is no paint inside and using the brush on the pump housing. After the soapy water clean it with some regular water and lubricate everything that needs to be lubricated and it should be ready to go the next time you need to use it. If you have any questions feel free to call us at 1-800-328-8251.
Date published: 2017-11-02
I am a deck builder. Typically I use Flood brand UWF to seal my decks. Which sprayer do you recommend for this application.
We did not find a Flood UWF product so we cannot recommend a product for your application. If you would like to call us at 1-800-328-8251 with the product name we will assist you in picking the right product.
Date published: 2017-09-20
I have a siding project and will be using a oil based Armstrong Stain, which is airless sprayer appliable, from a 5 gl. container. Is there a conversion kit for this model sprayer to accomadate a 5 gl. can?
You can draw directly from a one gallon can, you already have the 1 gallon lid adapter you just need the tubing which is part #0525195, give us a call to place an order. 800-328-82521
Date published: 2017-09-11
I have a 590 Hvlp. Just wondering if you can hook up a hose and suck up out of a paint can instead of putting the paint cup on and spray that way?
Not with the Flexio 590. But we made a couple just for that. Look for the Flexio 990 or 970 which can draw directly from the paint can.
Date published: 2017-08-29
I want to do home projects from painting siding and a tool shed to woodworking projects. What sprayer would be best for me ?
For crafting and small woodworking projects you should look at our Home Decor unit, for larger projects and the side of the house look at our Flexio line of HVLP. The 590 and 690 would give you the most flexibility between your various projects. We also have a woodworking line called Earlex. For and in depth discussion call us at 800-328-8251.
Date published: 2017-08-28
my sprayer seems to clog and have trouble spraying after about 3 canisters of paint. How can i avoid this?
It might help to strain the paint before you put it in the cup. You should also clean the atomizer (swirl) valve each time you reload with paint, especially if it is thick material. Thinning the paint and/or using a paint conditioner would also help avoid clogs. You are always welcome to contact technical support at 800-328-8251. Good luck with your projects.
Date published: 2017-11-02