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==Our Basic "How to"==
Cabinets
Cabinets
1. Physical sand required of all surfaces and light wash and dry to remove loose particles.
1. Physical sand required of all surfaces and light wash and dry to remove loose particles.
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3. To do themselves, a two part water based top coat for flooring like, "Bona" - that's a product.
3. To do themselves, a two part water based top coat for flooring like, "Bona" - that's a product.
4.  The best product but a faux painter may want someone who has experience spraying would be a lacquer or conversion varnish.
4.  The best product but a faux painter may want someone who has experience spraying would be a lacquer or conversion varnish.
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==What to Avoid==
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==Applicator's Experiences==
[[category:Applications]]
[[category:Applications]]
[[category:Spraying Notes]]
[[category:Spraying Notes]]

Revision as of 13:58, 3 December 2010

Our Basic "How to"

Cabinets 1. Physical sand required of all surfaces and light wash and dry to remove loose particles. 2. Use Low Abs base paint. 3. Apply glaze and our staining and sealing mixtures. 4. Top Coat instructions: Listed below are the easiest to find and apply (1) to most durable but needs experience and comfort level (4): 1. Water based topcoat = Ben Moore "stays clear" 2. brushable oil polyurethane 3. To do themselves, a two part water based top coat for flooring like, "Bona" - that's a product. 4. The best product but a faux painter may want someone who has experience spraying would be a lacquer or conversion varnish.

What to Avoid

Applicator's Experiences

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