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Old 08-28-2019, 06:49 PM   #21
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And everyone reads the TDS before spraying it...right?

That product has been out for almost 10 years now
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Most paints are a 2 coat system. However I can get Advance looking like perfect glass even after 1 coat. Sometimes I'lll 1 coat the backs and double coat the fronts..I always read TDS sheets. In fact Im fascinated by them.

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One thing about the Advance I haven't seen mentioned here is it's a 2 coat system. You have to spray doors and cabinets one way, no crossing them out and put a medium coat on. The trick is waiting 12 hours (or at least over night) and apply a second coat the same way and it looks like glass.
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Why aren't you guys using cabinet specific paint? I will put up SW Hydroplus against anything BM has, the only downfall is the dry time. The KEM Aqua is better than anything BM has for cabinets and has a dry time of about 15 min. Oh the reason I like spraying flat is the above mentioned paints are self leveling so if you spray a little heavy you don't get any sags or runs.
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Why aren't you guys using cabinet specific paint?

Probably because lacquers are not considered paint grade, as in you can't brush and roll kem aqua.


BM does have some very good lacquer options in the Lenmar brand, though not much in the waterborne family they are very good.
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*I usually paint one side at a time also. Has anybody else used these? I have two sets, and they come in a duffle bag. Highly recommended as a portable (and permanent) setup.
https://erecta-rack.com
Erect a rack was a popular topic in here about 5-6 years ago. I think even the owner was in on the discussions.
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Why aren't you guys using cabinet specific paint? I will put up SW Hydroplus against anything BM has, the only downfall is the dry time. The KEM Aqua is better than anything BM has for cabinets and has a dry time of about 15 min. Oh the reason I like spraying flat is the above mentioned paints are self leveling so if you spray a little heavy you don't get any sags or runs.
KA+ is fairly thin and runny. You really have to be careful and the micro bubbles can be an issue.

Sherwin Williams also owns Sayerlack Hydroplus which is a much better waterborne lacquer. It was created in italy where all the best water-based cabinet grade paints are made.
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Erect a rack was a popular topic in here about 5-6 years ago. I think even the owner was in on the discussions.
Really great portable racks! I use them whenever I need to spray on site!

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*I usually paint one side at a time also. Has anybody else used these? I have two sets, and they come in a duffle bag. Highly recommended as a portable (and permanent) setup.

https://erecta-rack.com


Oh my god I was JUST talking about building something similar the other day!

Iíve seen a cheaper version on Amazon and thought the idea was brilliant since I almost always need to tear down at the end of each day since trades will be in the next day. Was tryin to think up a way to have my buddy create a blank to make the end caps quickly & use piping between them...thanks for the link!
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