I sprayed some Advance some months ago with my Fuji Q4, and I must say it laid down very well. Thinned it 15% with water.Nick R said:I'm finishing up painting new cabinets with BM Advance paint. It's a family job so I thought I'd do it myself with brush an rollers for the first time. It looks good so far.
I have a client (sister-inlaw) that I am doing a fair sized Reno for. We have decided that painting the cabinets is the way we will go. She had a painter come in and do a sample. She was very unhappy with the brush strokes.
So we have decided I will spray them. I don't have much exp with this. But I would like to do this and then do my own kitchen. Also I have clients who on occasion ask to have vanities painted.
I guess I'm looking for advice on what paint to use, what sealer, as well as what sprayer?
I am looking at a
XT290 Paint Sprayer
Not sure what tip I should use though?
Thanks for any advice guys
wow, wtf is wrong with those people!All good reply's so far. It IS a big investment to do it right, and if you want professional results, your going to have to buy professional grade sprayers.
This dining room was burled walnut and mahogany and the the home owner wanted it painted. (I know, it killed me to do it) I sanded, cleaned, and sprayed Bin primer with my Graco 490 airless. The finish was sprayed with my Graco AAA sprayer.