I hope you're talking after church
After church? This is what I think: "Chruch" according to scripture is the Body of Christ and the Body of Christ works All day Everyday. Sunday was made up by Constantine not Jesus. Sunday is for the Institutional "church" goer's that are clueless and live by societies belief of what Sunday is... Most of them people (not all) have no clue what "Church" really is or how it should be.
I try to take most of every Saturday off but sometimes that doesn't happen... This is what I call harvest time in my business and there are times we just have to push through to get jobs done because jobs are more scarce in the winter.
Jas what's important is if you feel good enough to be able to stand behind your product. If you believe you can stand behind your product then you did a great job.
T111 is never back primed by anyone at new construction or remodels. I did think about it but decided that would be a bit much for what I quoted the job for. behind the T111 is the roofing felt, and I know that is nothing in comparison to back priming, but nothing can really get behind it anyways just because of how it went up. The house went up in 83', the shrubs so close to the house keeps moisture lingering more than the other sides, it will bound to fail again in another 30 years I suppose.
Curious on why you pole sanded it? t111 all has the same texture so I would think you would be making it too smooth. What was the rational on that?
I only did that to knock off the splinters. I didn't sand enough to change any texture. I just didn't want a mess in my roller and paint. I was dipping out of the 5ver that I was going to be spraying from.... I could have screened the 5ver but just now thought about that... lol.. So, yeah... the T111 surface is still the same as when I baught it. :thumbsup: