Refurbished - Paint Sprayers
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Wed Apr 02 00:00:00 MDT 2014gwsweet Rating:5.0
I have a rent house that I had to paint. I bought this sprayer hoping it would save time and make the job a little easier. I was not disappointed. I was able to do the job in a few hours. This would have taken me days to paint if I used rollers. I was very pleased with the quality of the sprayer. I have several other projects to paint and do not dread doing it with this sprayer. Clean up is a pain but I really canít see any way around that. Great product.
Tue Jul 15 00:00:00 MDT 2014skeezix1957 Rating:1.0
The ad says might have some minor paint and blemishes from previous usage so I expected to see a little paint and maybe a scrastch here and there but that is not what I received. The one I bought from overstock came in with enough paint to cover a small model car and looked like it rolled around in the back of a pickup truck for 2 1/2 years before the warranty was used. The motor case was covered with oil that I had to clean off. If this is the kind of Reconditioned equipment they sell I will not buy here again. I would not recommend you buy this item from them if they continue sending out reconditioned equipment like the one I received. Lets say I'm less then happy with this purchase and if I could I would return it and buy one some place else.
Thu Jul 10 00:00:00 MDT 2014rlbfalcon Rating:1.0
Very disappointed in the condition of the product. It was covered in paint except where it looked like someone used sandpaper on it. Cannot recommend Overstock.com to anyone!!!
Wed Jun 04 00:00:00 MDT 20141unhappyinvermont Rating:1.0
Gun swivel was cracked and leaked. Needed to be pressure tested.
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Kitchen cabinet doors get a lot of wear. Paying a professional to refinish or reface kitchen cabinets can be expensive. Refinishing your own kitchen cabinet doors is a fairly easy do-it-yourself project. You'll need some basic power tools, a few supplies and enough space to work on refinishing the cabinet doors. And, unless you want to do a drastic stain color change, you don't even have to strip the old finish from the doors. Here are a few steps to follow when refinishing your kitchen cabinet doors.