I came to the forum quite some time ago for advice on an HVLP paint system and received great advice a number of members. I ended up with a Fuji system that has performed flawlessly through several kitchen upgrades and many more furniture refinishing projects.
Now I return for advice on an interior sprayer system. Between my daughters home, my new home, a new workshop and of course, my other daughters home, I will be doing a considerable amount of interior painting in the future. I’m actually a guy that loves to paint walls and even trim work, but each of these homes is at or near 20 years old so have multiple rooms to paint. So my desire is to go with a sprayer and likely an airless system for the interior work. If it can also be used on exteriors that would be a plus.
I’ll begin by saying that while my desire would be HVLP, it doesn’t seem that anyone recommends an HVLP system for large projects such as multiple rooms. If there are other opinions on that I’d love to hear them.
I’ve been looking at both Graco and Titan spraying systems since they seem to be the preference of the Sherwin-Williams contractor locations I frequent. But I’m open to any brand name at this point. Aside from that, my preferences are:
The least overspray possible,
The ability to work out the paint can rather than premix and filtering of the paint,
Easily change tips for different paints (enamel, acrylic…etc),
Electric (not gas),