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Old 02-24-2016, 04:31 PM   #1
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Hey guys. I got a couple cabinet side jobs coming up and it'll be my first time doing them outside of my company. At our shop we have a nice spray booth with some shelves to keep them on. Another thing we do sometimes in just learn them against a wall in an empty room at the shop.

So my question is...how do you guys store you're cabinets doors AT the job site when drying?
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If we are spraying the doors we take them to our shop. If nc its way to dusty and dirty to risk leaving wet doors onsite. Occupied homes we run into no spare room anywhere to leave wet doors.

I've been thinking of getting hinges, change them like I do with door hinges. Only problem is a lot of cabinet hinges won't line up.
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Didn't know you had a shop
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That's how i store them.
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That's how i store them.
Nice looks like high end work
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That's how i store them.
Nice clean shop!
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Premier great work
What do u spray with
Also what's your go to products
Good stuff
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What do u spray with
Also what's your go to products
Good stuff
Thanks Phinnster!
I spray primer with Titan multifinish sprayer and i spray the finish coat with Graco 395 FinishPro2. Flat tip 310 0r 410.
Produts i use BM 217 for primer, and Advance satin for finish.
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Nice set up guys. This is our shop.

But my side jobs Arles outside of the company I work for and two hours away. So I gotta find an option to do it on location
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Garage or unfinished basement. Suspend them to do both sides, sawhorses and 12ft 2x4's to lay them down.
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On the job when we can we use eracta racks and door deckers. 90% of time we bring cab doors to shop and spray.
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How come two different sprayers
My guess is you like the graco sprayer better
Ans that you own the Titan so might as well use it ?

Do you use latex primer ever or mostly just 217


What ever happened to the other premier from the west coast
Guy did great work
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How come two different sprayers
My guess is you like the graco sprayer better
Ans that you own the Titan so might as well use it ?

Do you use latex primer ever or mostly just 217


What ever happened to the other premier from the west coast
Guy did great work
Not sure what does im sure he will come back with a response.


But my company uses an oil primer only Graco 395. Then we use the finishpro2, same as him, to spray the cabinets. We use a 210. We use Coverstain oil primer. Cabinet Coat from BM is my favorite product. We also use durapoxy. I've never. Had an issue with getting perfectly smooth surfaces with this method unless the previous painter screwed something up or used a brush.

We always scuff sand with a medium sponge before primer. After primer we use a Fine sponge and so any patching with lightweight bondo and caulk.
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On site door deckers
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You don't need an AAA pump unless youve got the workload to back it up. A fine finsh tip or not with a airless in skilled hands can and has produced great finishes for all my years .
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How come two different sprayers
My guess is you like the graco sprayer better
Ans that you own the Titan so might as well use it ?

Do you use latex primer ever or mostly just 217


What ever happened to the other premier from the west coast
Guy did great work
I like to use one machine just for oil, I like the reverse tip for oil I do not thin the BM 217.
Yes I do like the graco better for the fine finish it give me better result, I thin the Advance about 5%.
I only use latex BM 046 to re-prime the pre-prime wood like baseboard, trims and doors.

As thinkpainting/nick said you can use the fine finish tips and you will get a really nice finish, but I still think the AAA sprayer will give you a better result. I will post some pictures and you will judge.
Hope this help. Dan.
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Some pictures with Advance sprayed with AAA
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Nice work premier
Do you have a shop ?
Post some more pics that's great
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Like I said all depends on workload if you can afford and justify any good tool for your business needs as for AAA finish being better not to the normal eye. As for less overspray and more control and less mistake prone abosolutley . Being a old guy in my day we learned with falt tips and mostly oils and technique was everything.

I see lots young guys buying big pumps for one or two jobs then the pump just sits. When a tool is not being used its not making money. You can buy 3 , 440 Titan"s or 395 Graco"s for the price of a AAA pump. What's gonna make you more money and be used more?

Yes to Premier does great work I've head good things about him looks like he runs a great shop and business
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