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Old 08-28-2016, 10:50 AM   #1
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Working on a little project around the house, I picked up a couple cans of this. I am pretty impressed thus far. I have 4' of handrail, 8 spindles and a box newel. This is a lot easier than setting up a sprayer, especially for small little projects.
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Try their brushable lacquer. That will blow your mind...
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I've used the rattle cans (a brand called On Site) from time to time when touching up cabinets in homes going on the market. They serve a purpose. Just be careful to test compatibility with anything on the cabinets now or that you are adding. It's easy to get a reaction with some stains and finishes which will result in a crackle like final look.
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I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. This was for my own house and I wasn't looking to set up a sprayer for such a small amount of material. I used 2 cans at 7.99/ea. I can post a pic whenever I get it installed (don't hold your breath on that, cobbler's family and all). These were all raw red oak, which I stained with Minwax.

I haven't used a rattle can of anything for years, so I was duly impressed. I usually test all sorts of random stuff at my house. Better than paying the price on someone else's.

I know Minwax is not the bomb. I just had limited options on a weekend without driving for an hour.

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Especially if you are in an unventilated area without a respirator.
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Turned out ok. Rattle cans apply very thin. Wife is happy, so I'm good. This is a long neglected back stairwell in my house, so I was happy to get something done there.I still have a fair amount of trimming out to do here.
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Looks great!
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As long as Momma happy=Everybody happy. Looks good.
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