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Anyone got any tips on how to sand these drips? I've got ten louvered bifold doors (like you see in closets or pantries) to paint and they're all covered in these ugly runs that I can't reach. Also, what is a fair price to charge per door to sand, repair, and paint with semi gloss latex? I'm using a Titan sprayer with a 211 tip.
 

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Anyone got any tips on how to sand these drips? I've got ten louvered bifold doors (like you see in closets or pantries) to paint and they're all covered in these ugly runs that I can't reach. Also, what is a fair price to charge per door to sand, repair, and paint with semi gloss latex? I'm using a Titan sprayer with a 211 tip.
Just spray with Behr paint,it will cover over runs.

I would to charge at least 3 fidy
 

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My idea of a painters' Heaven is there will never be any bifold louvered doors.
A painters' Hell? Nothing but those.
 
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My idea of a painters' Heaven is there will never be any bifold louvered doors.
A painters' Hell? Nothing but those.
Louvered doors were one of the driving forces for me to buy a proshot. I absolutely loath brushing them out, especially bifolds.
 

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Get some 'Run Away' from HD. It should be in the paint section next to the liquid caulk.

I would charge at least tre fitty per door.
I hear that's actually going to just be included in their paint pretty soon. :rolleyes:
 
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