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Old 06-29-2011, 01:26 PM   #16
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Sean, how did you apply the coatings?
Ron, everything was done to manufacturer specs since I was being paid for this job I did not want to deviate except for a second coat of clear, so it was all done with a thin stock 3" Purdy brush and the glaze was applied the same but was wiped with supplied wiping cloths.
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Ron, everything was done to manufacturer specs since I was being paid for this job I did not want to deviate except for a second coat of clear, so it was all done with a thin stock 3" Purdy brush and the glaze was applied the same but was wiped with supplied wiping cloths.
Finish has a spray quality to it. Looks real good. The lack of brush marks is impressive.
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Finish has a spray quality to it. Looks real good. The lack of brush marks is impressive.
Thanks!
Like I said I followed the manufacturer specs and a spray was not recommended unless you were not going to be glazing them, which imo without the glaze you might as well paint them.

I have refinished many cabinets and this method was new to me but both I and the customer were happy with the results.
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I bumped this thread to subscribe to it since it is not in the painting section I tend to frequent.
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I bumped this thread to subscribe to it since it is not in the painting section I tend to frequent.
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I tried that but it would not let me select it so I posted in it to get what I wanted. Thanks though.
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