Re: Frozen SC-6 spray tips
This is true to a point, color and product play a major role also. I have sprayed thousands of gallons of oil and latex over the years. When I painted for the state, I got so good at spraying that I had 2 bed room units done in 2 hours. 1 Guy assisted/prepped 1 guy brushed rolled the kit/bath. I sprayed everything else. Actually set some records according to the complex manager for that site. For high end applications I spray what I can/back roll. Like primers and ceilings. Brush and roll the rest. If a customer is afraid of spraying then I'll do it old school, I'm cool with that. Nothing beats a sprayed finish for wood in my opinion. I've come very close with Purdy’s and 1/4" nap rollers. Product plays a huge role here. With sprays, you can spray almost any product and it will look good…Just not as durable as premium products..
Have you tried gradually increasing the pressure until the "tails" disappear? There is an optimum point between too much pressure with too much atomization, and too little pressure where tails appear.
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