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Old 10-11-2016, 09:24 PM   #1
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Just a small kitchen about 30 doors. Small but really updated the space.

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Finish Hallman Lindsay aqua alkyd in dover white satin.
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Just a small kitchen about 30 doors. Small but really updated the space.

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Finish Hallman Lindsay aqua alkyd in dover white satin.
Great finish and nice job. What was your preparation before putting the BIN on? Cleaner/sanding ect?

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Just curious, do you top coat your finish product with any clears for added protection? Or do you feel the enamel holds up good enough?

Looks awesome by the way. Good job!
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My prep before is to clean with thinner then scuff sand them. No i do not clear coat unless I am doing a glaze then I move to lacquers in that case.

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Looks good. Sprayed?
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Yes sprayed. Titan 440 with a ff208 tip

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Really clean. I am unfamiliar with the top coat you finished with, is that a semi or satin sheen?
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The product is a wisconsin based only company.It is a satin.

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Just a small kitchen about 30 doors. Small but really updated the space.

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Finish Hallman Lindsay aqua alkyd in dover white satin.
Looks great. But why coverstain? That stuff is nasty. So many good Acrylic primers out there now..
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