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==Our Basic "How to"==
==Our Basic "How to"==
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Cabinets
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1. Physical sanding required of all surfaces and a light wash and dry to remove any loose particles.
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1.Physical sanding required of all surfaces and a light wash and dry to remove any loose particles.
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2. Use Low Absorbency base coat paint.
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3. Apply glaze and our staining and sealing mixtures.
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2.Use Low Absorbency base coat paint.
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4. Top Coat instructions:
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3.Apply glaze and our staining and sealing mixtures.
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4.Top Coat instructions:
Listed below are the easiest to find and apply (1) to most durable but needs experience and comfort level (4):
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"
1.  Water based topcoat = Ben Moore "stays clear"
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2. brushable oil polyurethane
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2. Brushable oil polyurethane
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3. To do themselves, a two part water based top coat for flooring like, "Bona" - that's a product.
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3. Two-part waterbased top coat for flooring, the product called "Bona".
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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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4.  Lacquer or conversion varnish, this is the best product category but a painter may want someone who has experience spraying to apply.
==What to Avoid==
==What to Avoid==

Revision as of 22:20, 2 May 2011

Our Basic "How to"

1.Physical sanding required of all surfaces and a light wash and dry to remove any loose particles.

2.Use Low Absorbency base coat 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. Two-part waterbased top coat for flooring, the product called "Bona". 4. Lacquer or conversion varnish, this is the best product category but a painter may want someone who has experience spraying to apply.

What to Avoid

Physically sanding the surface is always better than relying on a "liquid sanding sealer".

Applicator's Experiences

Note to Proceed Team - this is to be uploaded by Lori/lab team: Tim Glastette's and Scott Porter's stories.

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