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Old 12-13-2013, 08:18 PM   #1
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Referral from a kitchen refinish we did back in September. Wonderful lady and really nice to work for. Hope all their friends and family are like these two.
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Products used were white shellac, sherwin williams kem aqua in low gloss blending white, and sherwin williams industrial 0 voc acrylic for the island.
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Great job as always Tommy!
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That's a sweet looking kitchen! Nice work as always buddy!
Were they stained wood before? Or painted?
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Awesome job!
Curious. Is that island colour Plymouth Brown?
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That's a sweet looking kitchen! Nice work as always buddy!
Were they stained wood before? Or painted?
They had been painted twice oil enamel with an acrylic coat on top. I would asume it was originally stained. They are cherry.

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Curious. Is that island colour Plymouth Brown?
No its a sw6076 turkish coffee.


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Does the KA only come in white or pastel colors?
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I've seen a couple islands going a different color now only on PT. Good job.
So why did you use a different product for the island, just more abuse there?
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Does the KA only come in white or pastel colors?
It says on the sw oem page they have full color range. They also have a factory black, but that island couldn't be mixed. I don't know if they just can't get the base or what. Its something I was going to ask my rep.
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Nice looking job!! Good color scheme.
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Nice job Tommy.

....thanks for the chat this week, your advise will be used.

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You are most welcome. If you do decide to take a road trip and fly down and purchase a van let me know. I would love to meet up.
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Looks really well done!

Any thoughts on the Sherwin Williams Industrial 0 VOC acrylic?
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Curious. Did you spray or roll/brush the shellac?
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Spray only, except maybe on the insides.
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