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Graco ProShot, on Further Review

By on June 12, 2011 in Equipment with 2 Comments

Here is some new footage I shot this morning on the Graco ProShot. The intent is to help contractors determine where and how they would use the tool, by showing situations where we use the tool most effectively. I have reviewed the original 2000 psi ProShot as well as the Fine Finish Unit for publication in American Painting Contractor Magazine , and I am happy to discuss these tools with other bloggers.

 

 

 

Editors Note: Scott’s reviews were recently featured on the Graco website, click here to see his review on the ProShot.

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Scott Burt
Scott Burt owns and operates Topcoat Finishes, Inc. in Vermont, writes the monthly "From the Field" column in American Painting Contractor, and blogs prolifically at www.topcoatreview.com. Google
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  1. Joe says:

    I thought the proshot was fine. Biggest complaint would be the fact that it runs out a battery really fast, its heavy and tends to over spray thick paint. for my full review visit http://www.calgarypropainting.com/graco-proshot-2-reveiw.html

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