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I'm doing an interior house that includes trims, doors, and windows.
I would like to know if I can spray Cover Stain Zinsser through my airless sprayer. Also, I want to make sure if I can thin it with thinner. I know the product says do not thin. But I know is most commonly

Airless: X7 Graco
Tip: LLFP 310 (the green one)

Hope some help with that
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A lot of products warn not to thin, but the reason is that it creates more VOC's, and not necessarily that it will compromise the coating. That said, I dont think theres any reason to thin oil primers to run through an airless.
I'm just concern about if the x7 will be able to spray oil-based through their pump
I know there are several electric parts in the airless and I don't want to blow up the house.
I also have Titan 440 which is better than Graco X7
 

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I wouldn't spray CS.

Bullseye 123 would be better for spraying, is soap and water cleanup, and is not a toxic fire hazard.
123 has a leveling agent (glycol) that will also look nicer than CS.

It is better in almost every way for spraying interior (except in regards to tannins and bleed through).
Thanks for your update.
I'll use this product and I think it will work great.
 
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