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Hello. I want to paint my car and have not decided - is it worth buying a paint sprayer or is it better to pay the craftsmen in the workshop? I think a paint sprayer like the Rexbeti Ultimate - 750 will come in handy for more than just painting a car.
 

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if you want to spray you need the proper kit, which usually starts with devilbiss, sata, etc. the one in the link you provided looks like a fence sprayer, i definitely wouldnt use it to spray a car with
 

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For me, buying a paint gun is the easy part.

Building/setting up a proper spray booth is the hard part.

I've never been able to paint outdoors, or indoors, without dust and dirt getting on the freshly painted surface.
 

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The sprayer is only one part of the investment. The booth, the prep supplies, and the time it will take to actually get good at prepping/spraying.
 

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Thanks for the recommendations. There is something to think about here. In principle, a paint sprayer is useful in everyday life, and a car, probably, should be painted by specialists better. I would not like to do some nonsense with my own hands, which will have to be redone later.
 

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Buying one to do individual parts and learning the skill is a decent idea. Starting off trying to paint an entire vehicle would be frustrating as all fuck off.
 
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