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Spray Bottles & Sprayers
A sprayer is any device that pumps out and dispenses liquids in fine sprays. The typical household sprayer consists of a spray bottle and an attached nozzle. Spray bottles are containers that hold liquids such as water, chemicals, cosmetics and paint. They pump out fluid vi a siphon tube connected to a nozzle. Depending on the design of the nozzle, the expelled liquid can come out as a squirt, a spray or an aerosolized mist.
The Need for Spray Bottle and Sprayer A spray bottle is a convenient way of carrying a small portion of the liquid contained in a larger bottle. This is especially true for travelers who want to take some of their skincare products with them while away from home. Users can pour small volumes of perfumes, shampoos and face wash solutions into hand-pumped plastic bottles before leaving home. Other household liquids commonly stored in empty spray containers are paint and floor cleaners.
Paint sprayers offer many advantages over paint brushes and rollers. They can apply color more evenly on any surface, are easier to use and paint faster. Furthermore, keeping different colors in multiple pressurized bottles wastes less paint. Lastly, these bottles are easier to clean than brushes and rollers. A sprayer also provides these benefits when used in farming and lawn care to dispense chemicals like fertilizers and herbicides. However, spray containers used for agricultural purposes are bigger and usually have spray guns attached rather than simple nozzles.
Conveniently Dispensing Liquids with Spray Bottles Spray bottles come in different sizes. Small, travel-sized bottles are ideal for short trips and can fit in handbags while larger containers are perfect for holding refills of household cleaning liquids. A sprayer, on the other hand, is usually a large, tall container. In most cases, it also has long wand extension with a nozzle at the end. A trigger placed close to the nozzle controls the flow of liquid out of the spray container. The nozzle may also have multiple heads to deliver aerosolized liquids of varying fineness.
Liquid sprays usually come in plastic or metal bottles. There are glass bottles too, and these are for storing expensive perfumes. A glass spray bottle typically has an attractive design and thick walls. However, most sprays have durable plastic bottles. These can be clear, transparent bottles or have solid colors. Plastic bottles are lighter than metal and never shatter like glass.
Choosing the Right Paint Sprayer There are two broad categories of paint sprayers: airless and air-driven. Air dispensers use compressed air to pump out liquid paints in fine sprays. They are ideal for small and midsized surfaces and are especially suitable as automotive sprays. Besides the conventional air paint dispensers, there are also HVLP (high volume, low pressure) paint dispensers. These push out liquid paint with a high volume of low-pressure air to minimize overspray. They are ideal for thin paints and painting out fine details.
Airless paint dispensers operate under very high pressure and work well with thin and thick paints while minimizing overspray. A cup sprayer, a commonly used paint dispenser in automotive detailing workshops, is a compact airless paint sprayer that is affordable and suitable for DIY painting projects.