When you need furniture painted with a certain finish, brushes just won’t do the trick. We’re here with a list of the top ten paint sprayers that we found to work best for painting furniture. That way you can get the perfect texture and finish on your favorite furniture! Here are some things you should know before we get started looking at paint sprayers. We’re sure you’ll find your new favorite painting device on our list!
Corded: Paint sprayers can be either corded or cordless. Corded sprayers have more consistent power and spray capabilities, but you will have to use them within range of a power outlet. We’ll let you know here!
Paint Type: What type of paint can the sprayer use? Some have a better time with latex paints, and some can do better with oil paints and water-based paints. It depends on the sprayer, but we’ll let you know.
Nozzle Size: The nozzle size can tell you what type of paint you can use with the particular sprayer. Some sprayers have multiple nozzles included so that you can use them for multiple different types of paint.
Power: The wattage of any particular paint sprayer can tell you how powerful it is. It tells you all about the motor and spray patterns that you’ll be able to use with any paint it will spray.
Dimensions: How big is the paint sprayer? This information is vital if you’re looking to cover larger pieces of furniture, or even if you want a smaller, more manageable machine. It can help you make your purchase.
Weight: The weight of the sprayer generally refers to how much it weighs when there isn’t any paint in the canister. Keep this in mind while purchasing. It’s only going to get heavier, so choose accordingly.
With that information, we can start to show you what paint sprayer works best on furniture. Of course, the choice is yours when it comes down to it, but we’re here to provide you with all the information so you can make a decision. Our top pick and budget pick are our favorites, so check them out before you look through the rest of the paint sprayers on our list. You’ll love them!
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019