I just talked to the guys at the paint warehouse outside my office. They
said you don't need anything special, outside mix is fine. May not even need
to thin it.
They did highly recommend a strainer in the paint pickup tube. You can
buy them at most paint stores, for both siphon-feed and gravity-feed guns.
Seems latex develops 'strings' which automotive paint does not.
J-CON Coordinator, WM Automotive Whse Fort Worth TX
Texas Region SCCA FC #19 ITB #49
Gravity...It's Not Just a Good Idea. It's the Law.
----- Original Message -----
Cc: Chris Kantarjiev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 21, 1999 11:46 AM
Subject: RE: Spraying Latex Paint
> There are two types of spray nozzles (as I can determine from my vast
> of owning one spray gun!). The type used for lacquers or other quick
> paints mixes the air and paint outside of the gun. These have air jets
> direct the air flow diagonally into the paint steam. The other type mixes
> air and paint inside the nozzle, and has only one jet to make the fan
> Of course, I'm hoping that someone on this list who actually knows what
> talking about can do a better job of explaining :-)
> Steve Dillen
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> email@example.com (Chris Kantarjiev) on 09/21/1999 09:06:08 AM
> Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris Kantarjiev)
> To: Steve Dillen/CanWest/IBM@IBMCA
> Subject: RE: Spraying Latex Paint
> "internal mix cap"?