exterior/interior paints, wood stains, latex, clear coats, solvent- based paints and more. A detail airbrush isn’t typically going to be your go-to tool for siding applications, but that’s where I tested it because I had an unusual circumstance: A recent mishap during a wood-staining project involved a wind gust
giving flight to my plastic drop- cloth, which slapped against the nearby house wall and left dozens of dime- and nickel-sized splotches of mahogany stain on the tan-colored paint. Luckily, I had some matching leftover paint and loaded it into the vFan’s glass container. With a little practice on a scrap of cardboard, I quickly learned how to control the size of the paint bead, and used the sprayer to conceal those little stain spots until the entire wall looked uni- form again. It turns out that for detail work, the Preval vFan is a very cool tool that does a handy job on tricky touchups.
The vFan includes a standard aircap, plus a second aircap to spray a fan pattern.
For detail work, the vFan delivers a 1/16" to 3" spray pattern.