I have a number of door jams in place. I have been finishing the doors the
mselves by spraying dye for color and then spraying Hydrocote as a finish c
oat. Spraying the door jams in the house is out of the question. The logis
tics of preventing overspray from going everywhere is just mind boggling.
I seem to have three options:
First, dilute the dye in water, wipe, let it dry, and then brush on the
Hydrocote (does it brush ).
Same as first option, but buy a brushing lacquer.
Third idea is to dilute the dye in a minimal amount of water, and add it
to the Hydrocote - making a toner. Apply the toner to the jams with a bru
Does anybody have any better and sure fire method?