Avoid problems and lengthen the life of your tool with two simple acts.
By Bob Flexner
As with any tool, a properly working spray gun is a joy to use. On the other hand, one that isn’t working well can go unused or even end up in the trash if you don’t know how to resolve the problems.
You can avoid most problems by keeping your spray gun well maintained. There are three levels of maintenance: lubricate the moving parts, clean the spray gun and rebuild the spray gun.
From the December 2005 issue #152
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