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Old 04-05-2014, 09:18 PM   #1
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Here's a few before, during, and after pics of a kitchen job we completed a few weeks back. Nothing big but it was a fairly dramatic change. The ceiling and the exposed wall surfaces (not behind cabinets) received a complete skim coat and retexturing prior to priming and top coating.
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I dont know if i love it or hate that toxic orange color!

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I dont know if i love it or hate that toxic orange color!

Nice work!
lol - Well, the colors of the local state college are orange and black so we end up doing a lot of that around here - but not usually in kitchens. As with many reds, it's not my favorite color to apply.
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Looks good, I'm going to have some carrots now.
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For how nasty that colour is, I surprisingly like the way that kitchen looks lol.

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For how nasty that colour is, I surprisingly like the way that kitchen looks lol.

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It wouldn't have been my choice but the HOs really like it. I won't be surprised to get a call to repaint in a few years after they are tired of it.
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Nice work!
How many coats of the orange did you need to do?
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How many coats of the orange did you need to do?
This particular one took three.
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Was this for a flipper or HO? What paint did you use?
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Was this for a flipper or HO? What paint did you use?
No, this was for a young couple who are fixing up their home. Also did some other rooms for them, including a nursery. Baby should be born sometime this week.
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BM's Fresh Start primer and Miller's Acro-Pure, satin sheen,
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