Post by Jack Pauhl on Aug 19, 2015 18:24:54 GMT -5
The scope of work:
First thing in the morning you have 8 doors to paint, 7 are MDF and 1 is bare oak. Painting 7 MDF doors will take a bit over an hour, so we need the bare wood door to be ready by them.
This is where Sherwin Williams Kem Aqua works to your advantage.
The fast drying, easy sanding primer will make sure you don’t skip a beat. We all know how priming oak can raise the grain with some primers, to the point sanding them becomes a real time consuming process. I sanded this oak door very easily and with 320 Abranet and with light pressure.
On a side note, I primed this door with the Rembrandt. Notice the drips of paint on the floor. Kem Aqua is very thin and the Rembrandt is very firm so I was flicking paint constantly. Had I used a Picasso, its rare for me to drip any paint.
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