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Thursday, May 16, 2013

FLEXIO 590 Giveaway!



Hi Neighbors!

Most of you probably remember seeing my post on the Wagner FLEXIO 590.  I painted rocking chairs for my back deck.  They came out great!  I am planning other projects for using my FLEXIO 590 and will be doing other posts, but the company has offered to sponsor a giveaway and I thought you might have some projects you are thinking of doing and might like a chance to receive a FLEXIO 590.  You can find the FLEXIO 590 at stores like Lowes  or Menards for $129-$150.  you can see my original review HERE!




From WAGNER about the FLEXIO 590:

The new X-Boost Turbine™ runs at 60,000 rpms and is three times more powerful than traditional high volume, low pressure (HVLP) units that run at 20,000 rpms. This increased power is controlled with three simple and adjustable settings for air flow, pattern, and paint volume allowing you to paint a large room with single coat coverage or a small stencil to finish off your craft project. It’s 20 percent lighter than traditional airless sprayers and is as quiet as a hairdryer.

The new iSpray® nozzle has a patented shaped opening that provides up to 60 percent more airflow to break up thick paints to provide a more even and consistent coverage. The unique needle-nozzle design also increases efficiency by 30 percent, which helps get every job done more quickly. The iSpray nozzle produces a slightly stippled, almost roller-like finish with today’s thicker paints, perfect for interior walls, and has the flexibility to spray thinner coatings with a smoother finish. The Detail Fine Finish nozzle is ideal for more intricate projects.

FLEXiO is designed to provide the power and flexibility to spray all coatings from a light-bodied stain to unthinned latex with minimal overspray. “The breakthrough technologies we’re introducing on the new FLEXiO hand-held sprayers make it one of the most versatile tools for DIYer’s that are seeking a professional finish on their painting projects,” says Arti Lyde, product director, Wagner SprayTech. “Plus, it’s really fun to use this sprayer and control the power we’ve engineered into it.”

The 1.5 quart cup holds enough paint to cover up to 125 square feet per fill and can easily be switched out for quick color changes or material changes. Prep work only requires basic masking so ceilings, cabinets, doors, and broad interior surfaces can now be sprayed faster, with better coverage, and without the tedious effort of a manual brush or roller.



So, since I will not be able to do another project in the next week or so...we are going on the road again, I am going to run this one a little longer and hopefully add another project before this ends.  I am going to add several ways to enter and a couple will be worth more as they will take more effort.




I do want to say up front, that the FLEXIO 590 is very easy to use.  It is the first time I have used a sprayer, I usually use a brush or roller for my painting projects and the FLEXIO 590 definitely saved me time.  We did two chairs in less time than it would have taken for one.

I mean look at the slideshow below to see how easy the FLEXIO 590 works!




Could any of my neighbors use a FLEXIO 590?  Be sure to enter the giveaway.  We are going to end this one on June 14th, that way perhaps you could give dad a note that he will be receiving a new FLEXIO 590. Unless of course you are like I am and want it for yourself!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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69 comments:

DEBIJOT said...

Yes, I prefer doing it myself because I want it done the way I like. I have painted all the rooms in our house and the trim on the outside. I enjoy it.

scottsgal said...

my hubby and oldest son are very handy and DIY'ers

Donna George said...

I would love to win this! I am going to do a lot of painting this summer, and this would be so handy!

Crystal said...

yes i am i would rather Do it myself to save money!

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Darlene said...

Yes we do almost all of our projects ourselves, we are in the process right now of putting down hard wood floors, of course we have to paint the ceilings and walls first.

Angie B. said...

I'm not a DIYer but my boyfriend, his dad, and even my dad are. : )

andrea v said...

I am not but my husband is. His current project is building a dump trailer and the next step is painting it.

Shelly H. said...

We are definitely DIY'ers and bought an old home a few years ago. We have been gutting it & remodeling it for 2 years. Our next project is to repaint the shutters and the siding outside and this would be FABULOUS for that!

Rusthawk said...

Yep, I am definitely a DIY'er.

BethElderton said...

OMGoodness! Wejust bought a new (older) home. We are almost finished with a kitchen re-do, and I am read y to paint the other rooms. Right this minute, I have splotches on my arms of the green paint I used in the kitchen! This would be an awesome tool to have. Yes, I am a DIYer.
bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

Stephanie Phelps said...

I am and we just bought a home and it needs a lot of work this would be wonderful!

Joy H said...

I am not but that is what I have my wonderful dh for...

Tabathia said...

Yes we are for most things

bettycd said...

life is expensive! We are definitely becoming more and more accomplished do it yourselfers

justicecw said...

I try to by a DIY'r....I do the best I can at least. Thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

Steph said...

Yep. Big time DIYer here. We prefer to do almost everything ourselves.

Nichol Tone said...

I am a definitely DIY. I would love to own this

lgothard said...

I used to not be one but now I am a DIY person because I like to show that I can create myself!!

Wanda McHenry said...

I'm only a DIY'er at some things, for the jobs I know I can't do I'll call a professional.

tannawings said...

Yes we are DIYers out of necessity- we learned to do alot since the price to hire is so high.


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TheVegan said...

I do everything around the house myself. It's a combination of not wanting to have someone else do something that I can figure out how to do myself, and not having the extra money to spend to hire someone.

stefanie gladden said...

I am a DIYer! i love it!

Miranda said...

My husband is a DIYer

risingstar said...

Not always enough money to just buy what I want. So yea I am a DIY'er

latanya t said...

my husband is, I am not

j1man1r66 said...

Yes, We are DIYers, Very inexpensive to do it yourself!
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rubynreba said...

Yes, I am! It saves a lot of money and I enjoy it!

barbara stenby said...

we are big DIY ers both my husband & I. If I win it will be for Fathers day!

sonyamorris (Sonya Morris) said...

YES!!! I love DIY projects!! sonyadmorris@gmail.com

Tj and Amy said...

me and my hubby are. we love to save money however we can. amypugmire@live.com

Jessamine Dungo said...

My husband is :)

The Fam said...

We're currently renovating our first home to the concrete slab and studs - YES!

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Jessica said...

I am a wannabe! I pin a thousand projects and they never seem to turn out the way they should. But I really, really need this and it would be put to great use! Thank you for the giveaway!

girlygirlugh at gmail dot com

tawndam said...

It depends... I prefer to TRY... & HATE when I'm told I'm not allowed...

Marti Parks said...

I am a DIY'er. It's just too expensive to pay someone else, I prefer to do it myself and save some money.

amweeks said...

I'm not as much of a DIY'er as my hubby is. But I've been trying to take on more projects myself.

Courtney B said...

im not but my husband is!

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Dot Marie said...

I love to DIY! Recently laid off so I have been doing all sorts of projects that need to be done.

Tammy S said...

My husband and I love to do DYI projects.

Angela snoozy said...

I am a DIYer

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Jim Lipscomb said...

I am definitely a DIYer

amy tolley (amylynn73) said...

some what of a DIYer

Shelly H. said...

Following Wagner via Pinterest http://pinterest.com/ravish30/

Thanks Lori

Jill H said...

On some things I am and I really want to do some painting. This would be ideal!

Kelly Grant said...

Not really but my hubby would love this

Robyn-coolestmommy R said...

My hubby is a better DIY'er than me. So if we win this, he will be doing the spraying!

dropastitch@yahoo.com said...

sometimes, depending on the project...LOL

Natalie Hinkley said...

I would love to be more DIY, this looks fun!

Nancy said...

I tyr to be a DIY-er.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

Trisha A said...

I am totally a diy person!

Kelsey said...

Love to DIY as does my hubby! Thanks so much for the awesome giveaway!

Kelsey Apley

Aleksandra Nearing said...

My husband and I both love DIY projects.

opalbaker said...

That is the only way to get things done,DIY

Shelley P said...

Yes, I am a DIY'er. Love the feeling of accomplishment and saving money by doing it myself.

Missy L said...

I try to be one!

EJ Morales said...

We are a family of DIYers. We love refinishing old wood furniture. We have tons to paint this summer & this would be a dream gift

lana said...

paint the fence

Celeste said...

I am a DIY'er not for *everything* - but I try to do most things myself.

Patman said...

I am indeed a DIY'er!

Kelly Rae said...

I like diy crafts. I'm really excited about making stuff with my daughter when she's a bit older.

Christine Jessamine said...

I am huge on DIY. I have a few projects now that I am working on.

Unknown said...

I'm for sure a DIY'er. Right now the project is wiring up my new Pole Barn that we built. Thank-you :)

Melissa Tippie

Dawn Monroe said...

I try to be a DIYer but it has to be a managable project otherwise I will never finish it.

Julie said...

we are the biggest DIYers my hubby can fix anything I am soo lucky..

hebb dot julie at gmail dot com

MamaStace said...

I try to be a DIYer as much as I can possibly figure out

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MamaStace said...

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Hetal said...

I help my husband who is a DIY'er

lmurley2000 said...

we are always working on something either in the house or on the outside of the home. It saves us some money like that

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JohnZ said...

I try to be