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Devilbiss Auto Paint and Touch-Up System

Item #12505

Includes full-size HVLP spray gun, mini detail gun, and more

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DeVilbiss® Paint & Touch-Up System includes a full-size HVLP spray gun and mini detail spray gun Here's a handy kit from a brand you know and trust, to handle all your big and small automotive painting jobs, easily and professionally.
  • Large HVLP Gun for spraying top coats, primers and heavier materials
  • Mini Spray Gun for detail work
  • 3 Tips, 2 Cups, Regulator and Tool Kit

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About Devilbiss Auto Paint and Touch-Up System

Take on any big automotive painting job with this 2-gun DeVilbiss® Kit that includes a large HVLP Gun for top coats, primers and sprayable body fillers (includes 1.8mm and 1.3mm tips), and one Mini Spray Gun for detail work (1.0mm fluid tip). Air inlet for both: 1/4" NPS. Also includes 2 aluminum paint cups (600cc and 130cc), gun-mounted air regulator, and cleaning and adjustment tools. One-year mfr's. warranty. Gun rebuild kits available; see "Accessories" tab.


Contents

Large HVLP Gun for top coats, primers, and heavier materials
Mini Spray Gun for touch-up and detail work
3 Tips, 2 Cups, Regulator, Tool Kit and Storage/Carry Case


Accessories

29953 34-oz. DeKupsĀ® Disposable-Cup Starter Kit
50040ZP Master Paint Kit
10041Z PRE Painting Prep
12817 Paint Gun Accessory Kit
51136 Eastwood Paint Color Chart
20474 4-Stage Air Dryer System
20461 DeVilbiss Starting Line Detail Gun Re-Build Kit
20460 DeVilbiss Starting Line Full-Size Re-Build Kit


FAQs

(Q) Will these guns work with any kind of paint?
(A) These were designed for solvent-based paints, primers and clears.

(Q) What are the compressor requirements?
(A) Large gun: 13 cfm @ 30 psi. Detail gun: 8 cfm @ 30 psi.

(Q) How can I learn to paint competently?
(A) Check out Eastwood's full line of training books and DVDs.

(Q) How do I prevent compressor moisture from ruining my paint job?
(A) See our full line of air dryers and filters. Search for "air management".


Safety

Always wear a NIOSH-approved respirator, eye protection and skin protection when painting. Consult paint labeling and MSDS for exact safety precautions. Always paint in a ventilated area away from open flames or sparks. Consult local and federal laws when disposing of excess paints, primers, clears and solvents. To increase paint gun life, dissemble and clean the gun as soon as you are done painting.


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