I’ve got another great product (accessory) to tell you about. It’s called Rapid Clean. It’s for the Homeright Finish Max Fine Finish Sprayer. If you ask people whether or not they like paint sprayers, those who answer no, are generally those who have had difficulty using them due to the fact they weren’t cleaned properly. A Finish Max is like any other product that helps make our lives easier. The better you take care of it, the better it will perform for you.
Being a fine finish sprayer means that the HomeRight Finish Max has a nozzle to allow the paint to flow freely. If this nozzle or the path to the nozzle (the pickup tube) becomes clogged with dry paint, your Finish Max will not be able to perform the way we expect. Proper cleaning and maintenance makes all the difference and will keep your Finish Max running very smoothly, and your projects right on track.
Use the Rapid Clean on your Finish Max Paint Sprayer
If you use a utility sink to clean your Homeright Finish Max, the new Rapid Clean system will allow you to get a powerful stream of water into the pickup tube, all the way through the nozzle. Two small clamps secure the Rapid Clean hose to allow quick and easy cleaning.
Simply connect one end to the faucet of your sink, and the other end to the pickup tube. Pull the trigger on the Finish Max. Turn the water on, and you will see a steady stream of water flow.
NOTE: be sure to pull the trigger to allow the water to flow. NEVER plug in the sprayer while using the Rapid Clean.
There are some small holes on the faucet fitting that water will flow through. This is in addition to it flowing through the pickup tube and the nozzle.
Cleaning a Finish Max Paint Sprayer
The Rapid Clean system for the Finish Max can also be used with your garden hose.
Let’s take a look at the many projects I’ve done with my Finish Max Paint Sprayer