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Here are some reflections on why you should consider HVLP.
Most painters are much more comfortable and competent in paint grade work than they are in high level clear work.
A Prep to Finish demonstration of an Arborcoat application on exterior cedar overhead doors
Students are taught ceiling spray/backroll methods using air assisted airless spray technology, HVLP rated guns, and 18" roller gear.
The Painting Pal is a skinny brush that makes it possible to seal a bottom edge on a swinging door.
Handy 14-in-1 tool for painters
Ever since the EPA's Repair, Remodeling, and Painting (RRP) rule took effect in April 2010, remodelers around the country have been waiting expectantly for the agency to begin enforcement action against violators of its strict work-safety and record-keeping requirements.
Q: A recent customer wanted to do his own painting and used an airless sprayer to apply primer to the bare drywall. He then rolled on the finish paint, but now he's complaining that the surface is rough wherever the drywall finisher sanded. He is blaming the drywall contractor, but I'm not sure...
Bercom’s Handy Paint Pail offers a couple of advantages over painting right out of the can.
Does composite trim have to be prepped and primed like wood, or can it simply be painted? And what kind of paint should I use?
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