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Wagner MotoCoat 0529031 Paint Sprayer Review

Review of Wagner 0529031

Editor Rating: 4.5/5

Build Quality
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Price

Review Summary

If you are thinking about performing a do-it-yourself paint job on your car, you definitely want the right choice in the equipment department.

The Wagner MotoCoat offers do-it-yourself automotive painters the opportunity to do just that, at an affordable price.

Wagner itself is known for providing economical options for amateur home, furniture, and automotive paint jobs.

The company’s reputation is a little mixed. Some of its more basic models are known to have issues that inhibit performance, but for the most part, Wagner makes pretty good stuff.

The MotoCoat is definitely one of its better products. The iSpray nozzle comes equipped to produce a nice, thick finish that will look similar to that of a professional job, and you also get a detail finish attachment that will allow you to make more refined passes with your paint sprayer.

The sprayer is also engineered to be easy to clean, which is a big plus that will help you keep the tool in good working order.

It’s not perfect, of course, but the issues are really pretty minimal. The biggest flaw that we were able to detect was that it is prone to a little overspray, but this is, unfortunately, common to the vast majority of systems in this price range.

Let’s take a deeper look at the Wagner MotoCoat to see if it is right for you.

Wagner MotoCoat – A Quick Look

Pros
  • Affordable
  • Thick, professional quality finish
  • Detail nozzle
  • Easy to clean
Cons
  • Prone to overspray

Specifications

Company: Wagner

Model: 0529031 MotoCoat

Hose Length: 39 feet

Weight: 8.8 pounds

Dimensions: 16 x 12 x 12.2 inches

Wagner 0529031 for cars

Important Features:

iSpray Nozzle for a Nice, Rich Finish:

The iSpray nozzle is the component of this tool that will really produce the nice finish that you are looking for with any automotive paint spray system.

The nozzle sprays a protective coating that will result in a textured look when the paint job is done.

The finish is further enriched by the X-boost turbine, which provides quality atomization to the paint as it passes through the system.

In terms of what one would expect from a paint sprayer, these are, naturally, standard features, but they do produce great results here.

Easy To Clean:

The sprayer is also designed to be easily taken apart and cleaned. This may sound standard as well, but unfortunately, it often is not.

In order to keep a sprayer up and running the way that you want it to, you really need to clean it well. That being the case, this simple touch is certainly nice to see.

39 Feet of Hose for Easy Access to the Entire Car:

You may not think too much about hose length as you look for an automotive paint sprayer, but there is much to be said for a system that can accommodate a very long, very flexible hose.

The thirty-nine feet of hose length that you get here, coupled with the extreme flexibility of the tubing, mean that you will be able to easily access the entirety of your car without needing to constantly move the entire system around.

Painting the trunk

FAQ

Can this tool be used for house painting?

Actually, yes! With the fine finish nozzle, you can get a little bit of house painting done. However, if you are serious about interior or exterior home painting, you will want to get a separate tool designed for those purposes.

Can this tool be used with oil paints?

Yep! Oil paint of any variety should not be a problem with the MotoCoat.

What sort of warranty does this tool come with?

A. Wagner offers a standard one-year limited warranty on the MotoCoat.

Wagner 0529031 in use

What the Users Say

The owner reception to the Wagner MotoCoat is very positive. Users are very pleased with the quality of the finish, the versatility of the spray guns, and the lengthy hose that allows easy access to the entirety of the vehicle.

We have heard from many users who use the sprayer both on their cars, and for light jobs in the home.

The only issue that we consistently heard about was the overspray problem that we mentioned in the introduction.

Overspray is, of course, frustrating, but buyers will also be hard-pressed to find a sprayer that does not suffer from this issue to a certain extent.

Conclusion

The Wagner MotoCoat really is a good spray system. This unit consistently produces good results, it’s versatile, and perhaps best of all, there really aren’t any major concerns that weigh it down.

For the price, this is a great tool that will suit the needs of most do-it-yourselfers.

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