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Old 06-24-2011, 01:54 AM   #1
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What # tip would I use to do cabinets and door no matter what type cabinets they are or doors ?

What # tip should I use on ceilings & walls?
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What # tip would I use to do cabinets and door no matter what type cabinets they are or doors ?

What # tip should I use on ceilings & walls?
Sounds like your new to the spray game. 411-513 for cabinets

415-517 for ceilings and walls these should get you started. Study the tip
chart from ASM will help also. Good luck! Rob
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I like a ff 410 for cabinets and doors/trim

Walls and ceilings in a new construction I'd go 615-621,occupied repaints with two tones I like a 513 for walls when the ceilings taped off two 12" paper widths to keep overspray off ceiling
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