Re: Critter sprayer opinion

I have one and it works (I think). Used it a couple of times for shellac or WB Varathane. O.K. for small things. Pattern is small circle maybe 6".

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Joe wrote:

I use mine for spraying enamel (dark machinery gray (grey David). For the money it can't be beat.

Not a prob.
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I don't have experience with a variety of sprayers to compare it to. But I think it works great. I don't have a big compressor (6Gal pancake) so it limited the low cost options for me. I recently used the critter to spray latex on a 4x8 sheet of lattice work. It took a while but I could have never have done it well with a brush. Put on a nice even coat. Not too much overspray. And best of all it's easy to clean up. The jar concept is also easy to stop and come back to it the next day without too much clean up hassle. Like the other post said it does have a small spray pattern so patience is the key. Hope this helps... Mark
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pixelated:

The Critter has lower air requirements and, importantly, nearly trivial cleanup, compared to those. Or so the specs say.... it's on my list, because I would prefer not to deal with taking a gun apart every time I want to use it :-(
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