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Old 01-08-2013, 03:37 AM   #1
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The cabinet company delivered the prefinished cabs in the wrong color, so the GC asked me to repaint them on site. Was going over a catalyzed lacquer pigmented and clear coat. Used Stix primer, then 2 coats advance satin super white.

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Hung the ten doors and shelves by cup hooks hanging between two step ladders


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Used zip wall to totally enclose the work area.


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Primer coat


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Another shot of the doors hanging


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The 8" ventilator from harbor freight sucks out all the overspray quickly. Easy to divert to where you want with long hose.

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Love the flash on the flat screen on this one!


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Various finished shots.
Sprayed it all again with the Titan 115 set on 6 stage. Thinned typically about 10% with water. Using #5 needle setup.
The downside was the client put things on the shelves about 4-5 days later, and some areas left marks. I had told them to wait longer on their fireplace mantle in other room, but unfortunately they didn't wait as long on this area. Minor scuffs in a few places, but since they're going to be covering with stuff eventually anyways we decided not to try to touch up.
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Old 01-08-2013, 08:01 AM   #2
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Looks really good Damon!
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Thanks! I really liked your thread with all the pics!
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Approx 20 man hours for that one.
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Looks great!
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Gday Damon

Great job
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nice job...did you use a filter for the exhaust 8" hose? I've seen those setups and they don't sell round filters for the fans. they should!
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really nice job
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Nice job Damon. Looks real nice.
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Very nice looking job and job site Damon.
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Looks damon good!
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nice job...did you use a filter for the exhaust 8" hose? I've seen those setups and they don't sell round filters for the fans. they should!
I do have a filter for it, probably got at an auto parts store. However it really cuts down on the draw, so I put a tarp under the hose on the outside of the house and double checked after shooing a while. No overspray dusting problems. If I was doing a big job it might be more of an issue. I didn't use the filter on this one.
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I do have a filter for it, probably got at an auto parts store. However it really cuts down on the draw, so I put a tarp under the hose on the outside of the house and double checked after shooing a while. No overspray dusting problems. If I was doing a big job it might be more of an issue. I didn't use the filter on this one.
I'd be concerned about getting paint dust inside the blower. that's a good place to put a filter.
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Great job, DT
i see you used seattlepainting's idea of using plastic hangers and hooks.

one thing i need to get are zip walls.
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Nice little job there. I love the set up too, it looks efficient.
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Nice little job there. I love the set up too, it looks efficient.
It was a great little workspace. Nice to be able to take over a good chunk of room to make a spray booth.
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