HVLP Paint Spray Gun - Eastwood Evolution
Product Review (submitted on March 6, 2014):
I had high anticipation when I ordered this gun. However, when I received this gun the air control valve did not work. I use this feature when I am painting to control the amount of air when shooting tight curves and crevices. I called tech service and explained the problem and they were very helpful. They said they would send another gun to replace this one. I received the new gun and after following their directions on cleaning, I started to set my controls only to find this none blew paint out the backside of the needle in the trigger assembly. I disassembled the gun completely and found the main screw for the needle was left loose. After correcting these problems I discovered the air valve on this one did not work like the first gun! I called tech support again and told them I would soak the valve in lacquer thinner to see if I could free it up. After 3 days of soaking, and some use of a pair of vise grips (well padded to avoid messing up the valve) I was able to free up the air valve. All in all, I would say this gun is a decent gun once all the problems were sorted out. However, I would say this gun is really a $69.95 - 79.95 gun. It does lay paint well but my Devillbiss low price gun does a better job for about the same amount as I paid for this gun.