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Another Kitchen respray

Discussion in 'Showcase - show us your work.' started by Daf, Apr 30, 2021.

  1. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    Another one!

    Ceiling in Tikkurila AR2, walls mixed in Tikkurila F&B Cooking Apple Green 32, tiles mixed in F&B Cooking Apple Green 32 by Sayerlack, all kitchen cabinets were sprayed in Sayerlack 30% white.
    The double pantry door was in stained brown, now white Sayerlack 30%
    My racking was buckling under the weight of all the doors and drawers, it was actually leaning a little and you could see it wobble, a gentile knock, and it would have gone over, thankfully, it didn’t!

    Came out so much better than the pictures.
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  2. bobajob

    bobajob PPS Craftsman Bar Member

    Bob on sir do you spray doors on the job or in work shop
     
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  3. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    On the job, I don’t have a workshop, sadly.

    I spray them, then put a soft dust sheet over the tacking, as the fallout dust just builds up, I sand ( de nib) the lot, which gets rid of any dust and bits.
     
  4. jimmyc

    jimmyc PPS Tradesman

    Top work there again daf. Some lovely results with the sayerlack I can see, one day I’ll master this spraying lark, then no more hand painted kitchens
    ( unless asked for otherwise )
     
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  5. cpb

    cpb PPS Tradesman

    Lovely jubbly :thumbsup:.
     
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  6. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    Thanks fella, it’s a shame I’m not still in Ongar, otherwise, I would have shown you the ropes, on all the spraying, airless, aaa and hvlp.

    Just a side note, don’t try and cover in one pass, and your halfway there :doff:
     
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  7. jimmyc

    jimmyc PPS Tradesman

    Thank you daf. I’m gonna try and rig up my HVLP today and get some woodwork done, but i can’t use the whip hose as it’s got knackered connections, but I’m optimistic they’ll i get it up and running.
    I’d love someone to teach me the ropes if i could, I’m a good listener :biggrin: Hopefully I’ll hook up with someone more local and offer my services to help, I’d give up a couple of weeks free of charge obviously. Cheers matey, keep up the good work
     
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  8. ahenrypd

    ahenrypd PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    Great work. Like the 30% sheen on the cupboards.
    What primers did you use?
     
  9. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    The Sayerlack primer with the cat added, the final top coats were cross linked too, I used white Sayerlack under the tiles with a little more cat, and same again on top of the tiles, in the 30% sheen
     
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  10. Puma

    Puma PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    I find that a very impressive level of finish considering the non-ideal working conditions.
     
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  11. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

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    The dust sheet was covering all the doors and drawers on the rack, as I said, it was really heavy and very hard to push around
     
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  12. Buckers

    Buckers PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    Now they are the pictures I love to see @Daf , the work I progress!:yes:

    The smaller the room the harder the task sometimes!

    How many man hours were you on that one mate?
     
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  13. ahenrypd

    ahenrypd PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    Yes, the method to the madness! :biggrin:

    The primer obviously sticks pretty well.
     
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  14. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    It sticks great!
     
  15. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    7 days mate, with the seventh just for 3 hours.
    total 46 hours.

    I didn’t think anyone like “the work in progress” pictures, I’ll put some in next time.

    It was really tight in there, not like the first one shown.

    That’s why I want a bigger extractor, as the dust build up was pronominal!
     
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  16. Buckers

    Buckers PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    Hell yes, when your a sole trader it's a good way to see someone elses way of doing things and sometimes it's a light bulb moment!

    Or be a bitch and moan about their poor working practices!:hysterical:

    46 man hours, seems like good time to me mate.:doff:
     
  17. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

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  18. Michael W

    Michael W PPS Tradesman

    Another cracking job @Daf the finish of that w/b Sayerlack looks beautiful, lovely and flat.

    You must have some very happy customers with that one.
     
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  19. Daf

    Daf PPS Master Craftsman Bar Member

    Yes they were very pleased indeed.

    I did a bathroom for them last year, in the brightest pink possible, but they love it!
     
  20. Michael O Connor

    Michael O Connor PPS Apprentice

    What filler are you using on the kitchen units and doors?
     

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