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Old 07-15-2016, 05:57 PM   #21
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I've used Advance on certain jobs, equal to Pro Classic in application. Takes much longer to coalesce than PC.

This panel is Advance, shot it for someone to show them it could be done. I have some BM videos on my Youtube channel.

I use SW because of the rep, he does a great job for me.

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Old 07-17-2016, 08:38 PM   #22
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You guys spraying.
Can you give me feedback on the guns your using. Tips, sprayer, etc.
I 'd like to look into some spray equipment for the passage doors and a few cabinet doors I run into on installs that the homeowner asks for a spray finish.
Is there such a thing as a smaller sprayer setup for such applications. I looked around for some sprayers that use the quart canisters on the guns. Not the hose feed systems. I have 2 fairly large CFM compressors at my disposal
95% want a semi gloss White finish. I'd like to give it a go on a few projects. Small jobs.
Painters I try to lean on for spraying want 2 -3 weeks notice for say 3 or 4 passage doors or a week to 10 days If I drop them off at the shop. Jobs are too small for their liking.
Man you guys do awesome work
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I've used Advance on certain jobs, equal to Pro Classic in application. Takes much longer to coalesce than PC.

This panel is Advance, shot it for someone to show them it could be done. I have some BM videos on my Youtube channel.

I use SW because of the rep, he does a great job for me.

Tom


Tom what's you YouTube channel name?


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Fuji Mini-Mite 4 HVLP Spray System
I think I found my fav.
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I use a Fuji Q4.

Fuji T-70 connect to a 2.5 gallon pressure pot.

Went through 7 gallons of Surfacer and 7 gallons of KA+ White (tinted) over the weekend.

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