Leah demonstrates how to set up and use an HVLP gravity-fed pneumatic paint gun, step-by-step, for beginners. This video teaches you how to attach your air regulator, how to thin out paint, load the gun, and set the air and fluid gauges. You will learn how to hold the gun while spraying paint, and safety considerations when using a paint spray gun.
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Great primer video, thanks.
What kind of nutcase gives this a thumbs down. Great informative video….thanks, and thumbs up from me.
Very nice video. Thx
Great well done..
Clear,concise, well explained… Thank you 🙂
Excellent video! Thank you so very much for covering these basics!
The best video I ever watched !!!!!!
Good presentation. No b s ‘ing around.
Excellent intro, Thanks
Can somebody help me. I have a gun but never used it and i dont know what paint i need. Do i need just normal gloss paint. Someone help me please
does the gravity fed gun works if I am painting the ceiling ????
Awesome video!!! I really enjoyed and I learned a lot. Thanks for sharing.
I’m wanting to paint my own Jeep and trying to learn what I can. Your video made a lot of sense, I love your style of teaching others. Thank you very much for your very informative easy to understand video.
When adjusting the air and paint flow, you didn’t mention what was your objective in making the adjustments. What is the optimum distance between the work and the paint gun? Isn’t that distance a function of paint and air flow? Pls be more detailed.
I thought the spray gun manufacturer said to set the psi at 40. So it would be at 40 psi before spraying. But the way you have yours set it is at 95 psi. Just trying to determine what is correct. Also the band of paint was way too narrow. Only should take 4 passes to paint the object. My opinion. But great video. Keep them coming. Here is a link where I found lower pressure usage with hvlp guns. https://youtu.be/Bu3KxqH7mM0
You have a talent for instructing.
Very educational videos! Their is a lot of new innovative tools out there. One new to checkout the Richard 2 1/2 gooseneck flexible paint brush extension! Must have tool. Would be nice to see a video explaining this unique brush! Cheers!
Thank you! Enjoyed watching. This gives me some confidence.
Kind of like a carburetor!
Hi Jane. your video’s are fantastic and easy to follow. Thank you so much. I’m a great fan. I have an Air compressor which I’m only a beginner. I have brought a paint sprayer which says to use at 3-4 Bar and don’t understand this. Can you please take the time to explain the difference between a Bar measurement and PSI please. I would be so grateful as I’m confused. Also, Is 90 PSI the same for any size brad when using an air gun or does it have to be regulated for different sizes. Thanks Hun. xx
Your voice is so pleasant, had you been the speaker at a meeting, I would have fell asleep. Great video. Now I know something about spray guys. Thank you.