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Old 10-29-2015, 03:17 PM   #1
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I will be spraying some PS next week and was wondering what would be the best sized tip to use since is is so thick? I have spot painted with roller and brush before but this a bigger job so i want to spray it. Looked at some old threads but they were 5 yrs old so if anybody has some advise ill take it.
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Old 10-29-2015, 04:25 PM   #2
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Use a big pump made to handle thick material, like a graco 1095, take out the filters and use a big tip, like a 525 or 621. I've sprayed it but thinned it a bit and did two coats.
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should i use peel bond then? I have a graco 495. spraying cedar siding that has been scraped and washed last week.
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I will be spraying some PS next week and was wondering what would be the best sized tip to use since is is so thick? I have spot painted with roller and brush before but this a bigger job so i want to spray it. Looked at some old threads but they were 5 yrs old so if anybody has some advise ill take it.
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In my experience, Peel Stop is thin:

http://www.rustoleum.com/~/media/Dig...ealer_TDS.ashx

The thick ones are Peel Stop 3X, Peel Bond, and Trim Magic:

http://www.rustoleum.com/~/media/Dig...rimer_TDS.ashx

http://www.rustoleum.com/~/media/Dig...ealer_TDS.ashx

http://www.rustoleum.com/~/media/Dig..._5_7_2008.ashx

But I'm a brush/roll guy.
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That's what I was thinking...I've put it through my 495 with a 517 and had no issues....I don't remember it being really thick.
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Why not coverstain?

Note: I've never used peel stop.
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Peel stop acts more like glue and kinda seeps into glue edges and stuff down. It also builds and hides imperfections a bit better than cs...great stuff n old shake and the like...I prime over it sometimes, depends on the project.
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should i use peel bond then? I have a graco 495. spraying cedar siding that has been scraped and washed last week.
Have you figured on tannin bleed from bare surfaces? Peel bond needs additive to stop it, not sure about the others.
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I will be spraying some PS next week and was wondering what would be the best sized tip to use since is is so thick? I have spot painted with roller and brush before but this a bigger job so i want to spray it. Looked at some old threads but they were 5 yrs old so if anybody has some advise ill take it.
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The Peel Stop TDS recommends .015-.017 tip. It also suggests a conventional set up at 50-60 psi.
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Sherwin Williams has a product called Prime RX that is their version of PS. It does a good jobs. Last time I sprayed it I used a 395 with a 517 tip. No problems.
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Sherwin Williams has a product called Prime RX that is their version of PS. It does a good jobs. Last time I sprayed it I used a 395 with a 517 tip. No problems.
whats the price point compared to PS?
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Talk to a paint rep. You'll get a better deal.
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Cover stain as a spot prime is fine not as a full prime to thin brittle. Peelbond much better than SW knockoff . For us the best is still MD the exterior repaints we have done that hold up have been primed with MD.
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