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  1. Surface Preparation and Application
    I have a kitchen cabinets job that came from a SW rep so I'm using their stuff. The Proclassic waterborne is the obvious topcoat choice I have a few questions based on this particular job I'm repainting over the cabinet factorys finish which I assume is some high test alkyd and has a...
  2. General Painting Discussion
    I'm spraying SW ProClassic Hybrid with a big air compressor (20 CFM @ 90) and an auto gun. To get proper atomization I'm thinning it a lot maybe 30%. My theory is this: I don't think you can overthin water based paint. It may take more coats to achieve the desired mils (and associated...
  3. General Painting Discussion
    I have a pony wall top cap approximately 7-1/2" wide that I need to brush and I want it as smooth as possible. Wood is finger jointed pine. Two coats BIN then sand smooth with 220 grit. Brush with two coats SW ProClassic Oil in semi-gloss thinned 10% with Penetrol. Brush is Corona Bermuda or...
  4. Surface Preparation and Application
    I recently accepted a job to repaint some very old and twice painted metal cabinets in a fine home. I took a drawer to the nearest SW and they matched the powder blue very well. Without testing we all assumed that they had a very slick coat of oil based paint on them. There was a lot of yellow...
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