Lately just painting body parts, but the reviews I have got sold me on this gun. and yes saving material is key for me considering I like top notch work with little investment. We all know good paint isn't cheap and I cant afford to waste it. Looking to purchase after x mas. Gonna be re painting my tailgate on the dodge pictured Im in the process of shaving the tailgate handle and putting on an after market front bumper that I will have to paint. Also some paint work on my s10. Thanks Aaron.adtkart said:The Iwata is well worth the money. Even if you only paint one car, and then sell it, you will get most of your money back. The time and material $aving$ are worth it.
The Devillbiss Finishline lll is a better Chinese made gun and is available elsewhere on the internet for less. Yes, I have one, it does OK for primer, and it is Chinese maderusttorod said:Eastwood has the Devilbiss Startingline on sale for $135 now. That's for a primer gun and a bc/cc gun.
I'm nearly ready to spray primer just on the body shell of my 34 Plymouth. I'm going to work on just one door or fender at a time over the next year to get each piece in primer. This will be my first attempt at painting. I plan to use House of Kolor products.
Any thoughts on this gun set?
Devilbiss Startingline on Eastwood