Surface preparation and paint reduction are two of the most important aspects to which you should pay attention to get the best possible results from your spray kit. Make sure all surfaces are free of dust, dirt, rust and grease. If necessary, dispose of such substances with sandpaper or similar. Covering surfaces is important to ensure that you do not spray those areas that you want to remain intact.
Fill the paint container with the spray medium. Be careful not to overfill. Take the spray gun unit and, with the clamping lever (22) turned all the way counterclockwise, place the spray gun unit in the paint container. Turn the container to the 2 pins located in the holes of the coupling mouth (23). Now turn the clamp lever clockwise to secure the container to the cover. Do not over tighten it. Place the engine unit in a clean space on the floor, free of loose debris, liquids, or layers of dust that could block the engine intake duct. Unwrap the main housing hose and attach it to the back of the gun. Unwind the power cord from the base of the unit and plug it in.