Published at Thursday, 30 August 2018. Air Compressor. By Bridgett Tanner.
One of the most important things that you need to pay attention to is the noise factor. Most of airbrush compressors are extremely loud, so you need strong nerves to withstand all that. More expensive and more sophisticated models do not have these problems, but the question is how much it's worth. You have to find a balance when it comes to your needs and budget.
I returned to the job site with my new goodies and soon discovered that I had indeed made the right choice. The compressor started right up and was soon pressurized and ready to go. I hooked up the hose and gun, filled the reservoir with stain, and started systematically applying it to the siding. The portable air compressor was on wheels, and easy to maneuver. I could see the dry wood soaking up the stain and I was happy I'd opted for this method of application. I dreaded the idea of having to brush stain on for hours on end. Once I had the first coat on I let it set for a couple hours while I took a break, then went back out and applied a second coat. This probably would have been sufficient, but I had read that the very best thing to do when applying stain with a sprayer is to go back and brush over the job. Doing this really drove the stain into the wood and allowed it to fill every little pore.
As well as various types of compressors, there are two main types of pumps that are used in them, oiless and oil lubed.
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