I have bought two such guns because I was looking for a gun with a large needle and I could not find one at a low price. Therefore, when I came across this, I decided to take two. Large needles are used by those who work with thick paint and want to get the job done faster. When I received the guns, I noticed that the pickup tube needed to be repositioned.
I also noticed that I was unable to rotate the siphon tube unless I was willing to enlarge the cup holder. I have done these minor modifications and I had the guns prepared for the job. They work pretty well and their performance is comparable with that of other spray guns.
However, they cannot be compared with professional guns. They are, after all, in the low price range, but they enjoy good atomization and create satisfactory patterns. I will keep these guns in mind and I will continue to use them for small jobs. However, this does not mean that I will not try guns for other manufacturers as long as they have a large needle.
I am doing a painting job in my 2 Ѕ garage. It has an open cathedral ceiling and at first, I tried to get the work done with a brush. It was impossible and I decided to use a Harbor Freight gun. Most of the paint ended up on the floor and not on the ceiling.
I have noticed a review for Kawasaki mentioning its large needle. It was exactly what I needed, so I ordered it despite other negative reviews. I decided to try it, because a house spray would have cost me $300.
I did half of my work in just one day and I have not made a mess on the floor. There is nothing more for you can ask for a gun that costs $24. Considering that, other guns are for around $200. I have no idea why this one comes so cheap.
However, it might be best to seal it nuts before using it for the first time. I have done this with every tool made outside the US and I always thought they would last longer after slight adjustments.
Anyway, I am happy with this gun so far and I am considering ordering another one solely for jobs that require thick paint.