The Husky HVLP and Conventional Spray Gun Kit includes 2 gravity feed spray guns specially designed for use on light- and medium-thickness materials. The HDS590 is a HVLP-type gun, and the HDS580 is a conventional sprayer. Both guns are designed to spray enamels, lacquers, polyurethane, primers and urethane top coats, including both base coats and clear coats. Both guns also have a gravity feed design optimized for use in painting automobiles, furniture and other equipment, and designed to promote atomization.
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100%of customersrecommend this product7 of 7reviews
I am going this morning to buy another one of these hvlp kits. the first one i bought i simply fell in love with the quality of the spray guns. i like restoring old cars and i have been using the orignal conventional type spray gun with the cup on the bottom and there is no way that kind of gun can hold a candle to the husky hvlp guns. You get a much better spray job with less over spray and the are so easy to maintain. I am going to use the old type botom cup guns i have now to just spray water thinned paint with and use the hvlp for car painting. All i can say is buy one of the kits that home depot has and you will see that it was money well spent.
I have used these guns over the last 3 weeks painting cabinets and am very happy. No problems at all. Very easy to use. The plastic case is nice but useless once you assemble the guns. You will need a large volume compressor, i have a 16 gal and it runs all the time. Thinning the paint is very easy don't be scared. Might want to check up on the airless guns due to the air volume. (Wagner)
Currently working on re-painting my chevy blazer. I originally purchased a similar kit from HF and worked for about a day properly. Was fed up and tired of wasting primer so dove in and purchased the husky kit. LOVE IT! Works flawlessly. Everything included in the kit is wonderful. I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a decent, budget HVLP gun.
For just under $80 I don't think I could have found a better set. I think the $50 gravity gun that HD sells is pretty much the same as the HVLP in this kit. Only the kit comes with almost everything else you would need. Was considering buying one of the $250 kits online, but was at HD the other day and saw this set up. I'm really glad I went for it over the online because it does what I need perfectly. I'm spraying waterborne polys as finish on wood furniture. Lays down a coat so smooth you only have to give a few swipes with 320 grit sponge to make it perfectly smooth. Also, I find it so difficult to find information on what to run a gun with. I picked up a Husky 20Gal 1.8hp at HD as well. Runs these guns just fine. I'm very happy with my purchase.
Only negative was the first set I got one of the guns had a frozen trigger. Completely hardened and couldn't be pulled. Had to swap out the set. Also, I think that Husky leaves the guns a little dirty when packing them There is some sort of black grease on them when you first unpack. Maybe it's on purpose?
In the past, I have used siphon paint sprayers and have really been disappointed. With great reluctance, i purchased this gravity fed sprayer, but I know when used properly and you have a high quality sprayer, the paint job turns out extremely good. Well, this product rocked it. I did some interior painting inside my house and the room I painted turned out fantastic. Using a roller would have been fine (I used a roller in another room and it turned out pretty good), but I wanted a professional look. This sprayer did that. It used half the paint too and with very little mess (as opposed to the roller). I decided to put two coats of paint on. One major caveat though... this sprayer took a little longer to use than the roller I used in another room. You have to make sure that you spray evenly at the same rate and ensure that the spray gun is pointing directly at the wall that is to be painted to get the correct results. I know another person who used this and he was spraying at an angle... which did not work out so well. Bottom line, it is going to take a little more time to paint the room if you use this gun! BUT... you will not have streak lines nor will you have excessive paint build up at the corners of edges of your walls and ceilings (which is a sure win for me!) I gave the coverage stars because it did because it did not cover as much of the area I was hoping for; however, I was able to use the HVLP gun for very precise sprays. This is a great value! I would definitely recommend this product to any person who is not a professional. Professionals might want to use this for light projects... but for more intensive projects, your probably going to want to spend some extra money and get the super heavy duty guns. One very last thing: set up was easy and quick. Cleaning was pretty quick as well. It has a very simple design which means if you take it apart to clean it, it will be easy to reassemble.
Bought the HVLP package for basic furniture refinishing. Worked great. Make sure you have a compressor that can provide the needed air flow. If you have one that's to small these won't work well. Need at least 7.0 to 10 CFM @ 40 PSI for these to be really effective. They work at a lower CFM but the compressor probably won't keep up.
Pros: Looks Great, Dries Quickly, Even Application, Good Coverage, Easy to Clean
Bought 1 kit to paint a spoiler for a car and worked flawlessly. I needed to paint a bumper and decided to buy 2 more kits. 1 for Primer, 1 for base coat, 1 for clear coat, by the time I was done the finish on the bumper was flawless. It was as good as a 5 star paint shop finish minus my inexperiece in auto painting and a few minor dirt nibs. Only thing is dont know, is if the fluid tip can be removed for cleaning. Cleaning the primer out of this gun takes over an hour even for a quick 15 minute spray.