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Old 11-27-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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I have another cabinet job coming up, and am getting ready to mask off all the interiors of the frames. Normally would use pg-5 or green frog tape. I got to thinking maybe I should use that green stuff 3M makes they used to call lacquer tape, 2060. Now they just call it stick to hard surfaces and recommend it for concrete and grout. I just hate when the tape starts curling after the primer coat. Thoughts?
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Don't shoot BIN Damon. That is so 1991.



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We are trying a Lenmar WB primer on oak cabinets. Not sure it will hold back the tannin, but we will see. High solids of 60% should help fill grain.
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Don't shoot BIN Damon. That is so 1991.
If snorting it wasn't so hard I wouldn't have to shoot it.
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If snorting it wasn't so hard I wouldn't have to shoot it.
Seriously...back in the 90's the old BIN formulation was a killer high. Now its just a big headache and brain cell destroyer. Probably the cause of some of these funky twitches I have.



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Are you using it for adhesion? Hide? Dry time?

I do like it for those reasons, and it sands all powdery smooth, but...so do other things.



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Yeah all those reasons. It's a strange job in that the HO told the GC we had to use oil satin impervo, which I haven't used in ages. They also wanted an oil primer, but I'd rather use BIN for ease of use. With my harbor freight ventilator and hose it keeps the airspace clean and very tolerable.
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Seriously...back in the 90's the old BIN formulation was a killer high. Now its just a big headache and brain cell destroyer. Probably the cause of some of these funky twitches I have.
Its been around for way too long and hasn't been banned, can't be that bad for you. Suit up for a few minutes, spray and take a break. Fifteen minutes later the room is clear and ready to paint. Its just alcohol, can't be that bad for you.
Hell I am intentionally exposing my body to it as I type.

To answer the op I normally use 2090. Only product i use that it causes me problems with is kem aqua primer.
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Paul what your tape of choice? I've seen a few of your nicely masked jobs so I should know by now.
I was waiting for you and Tommy to chime in. VP's holding out on me....;-)
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Paul what your tape of choice? I've seen a few of your nicely masked jobs so I should know by now.
I was waiting for you and Tommy to chime in. VP's holding out on me....;-)
For the longest time I was using the green Painters Mate tape, then switched to blue tape but have been having curling problems. I'm currently using regular masking tape for the stronger tac it provides, but will switch back to blue tape on surfaces I'm concerned about.
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Bin for the Win. I was able to train a guy today on the benefits on shellac today. Prep and seal coat on a mahogany entry door, love that oh yea look on their face after the doubt and fear of using something they had never heard of.

I think when he realized how easy it was to apply I might be on to something.

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I am tempted to leave a pump in SealCoat to use as a first coat on stuff like that to tie in and then a WB primer for build from there on out.
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I am tempted to leave a pump in SealCoat to use as a first coat on stuff like that to tie in and then a WB primer for build from there on out.
I do that. Use a few cheap sprayers for seal coat and other odd ball primers. Then my good hvlps for colours/stains and clears. My seal coat stays loaded and ready at all times in any temperature. The one I use for bin. Clogs religiously.
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