June 21, 2013
Yes. The detail nozzle makes a smaller pattern and as such, has much less overspray for doing small fine detail (hence the name) work.
However, you may have to thin your paint a bit, as the nozzle is much smaller than the Ispray nozzle.
As an example, I just painted the posts on my step, and holding the nozzle about 6 inches away makes about a 2" wide pattern, (either horizontal or vertical, depending on how you rotate the nozzle).
However, with the thin paint, the coat is not as thick, so you might have to double up.
Also, the detail nozzle (at least with the thinned latex I used) seems to give a finer spray and as such, on gloss paint, looks more smooth, as opposed to the ispray where it still has the roller texture.
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