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Offline coffeebean

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Re: FS Fuji Mini-Mite 4 XPC HVLP System
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2010, 12:55 AM »
Micro Review: I have one of these and highly recommend it. Even with the stock needle/tip set it sprays thinned latex with great results.

Haven't found anything it won't work well with yet. Not as quiet as the "Gold" model, but still much quieter than most standard shop vac's.

Gary

Offline HowardH

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Re: FS Fuji Mini-Mite 4 XPC HVLP System
« Reply #2 on: October 19, 2010, 06:37 PM »
+1 on the Fuji system.  I have the Q4 model and the only thing I think is a mandatory accessory is the whip hose.  It makes it much easier to maneuver.
Howard H
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Offline fidelfs

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Re: FS Fuji Mini-Mite 4 XPC HVLP System
« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2010, 07:00 PM »
I have the Mini mite Q4 and it is great.  I used to paint some latex and worked great.

I am using a new paint (I don't know if it is new or not), Advance from Benjamin Moore.  This paint is waterborne alkyd paint, it cleans just with water and soap.

When I used latex and diluted the paint, the paint was kind of matte after spraying, it lost all the shine.
This new Advance even after diluted, it looks almost like oil paint.  It looks great.

 
There is never a situation where it can't be done with the right hand tool - even though it may be a lot more work.