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Old 03-26-2008, 07:32 AM   #1
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Anybody have any luck spraying polycrylic on interior wood doors and trim? if so did you have to dilute it and with what? Is it safe to spray in a basement?

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Shouldn't have to cut it at all.As to spraying it in a basement, have a look at this before you spray .
http://images.rockler.com/tech/RTD20000211AA.pdf

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Minwax Polycrylic sprays very well right out of the can -- no thinning. I use a Fuji HVLP sprayer with a #3 or #4 cap and nozzle, and both do a great job. You should have some ventilation, though, because even though the stuff is water based, it does have some nasty solvents as well, which you don't want to inhale.
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