When the airless starts pumping very loudly and doesn’t stop, you know the bucket of paint is getting tiny. Simply tilt the nearly empty paint bucket at an angle, covering the mesh filter, and wait for the airless to catch up and stop pumping. Often, it’s only easier to replace the bucket of paint with a new one and dump the excess from the old bucket into the new one as it begins to run out. Infinity Painting is one of the authority sites on this topic.
It’s time to paint your house now that you have your airless paint sprayer and extension ladders. I would strongly advise painting your home’s siding before painting the trim. The explanation for this is that you can spray the house as quickly as possible without having to think about painting a piece of trim you’ve already finished. So, start with the siding and soffit, then move on to the trim. Using an airless paint sprayer to paint the siding should be fairly simple.
Once your home’s siding has been finished, you can begin painting the trim. There are a few different approaches you can take while painting your house’s trim. The first method is to mask off all of the trim and simply spray the trim colour onto your home, while the second method is to roll the trim by hand. I would suggest rolling the trim by hand if you are the only person painting the building. The explanation for this is that masking off all of the trim on your home takes a long time compared to simply rolling the face of the trim boards. If you’re working with a group, having the helpers mask all off when you start spraying the trim colour will save time.There is no air in the room. Tip: If you have someone who can start masking off the trim while you convert the airless to a new colour, have them do so while you work on the airless.