Putting paint on anything that comes out of my shop is heresy to me, but
I need to replace a bathroom vanity which managed to catch some mold
from a leaky toilet.
My plan is to replicate the existing vanity and use the doors and
drawers from the old one. So I've got some painting to do.
HF's latest sale flyer is on my desk and they have a couple of HVLP
sprayers on the cheap side of $40. Understanding that one always gets
what one pays for, can one of these cheapies get me through this little
Others can cooment but I never had success shooting house paint
(latex) from an HVLP even with the right tip. I know the pros do it
but they have very big CFM machines. Maybe others can comment. I tried
like hell but ended up paying a pro to come paint my builtins.
Since you avoid painting except for this project do you really need a
sprayer for a one time use?
You can get very smooth results using a 1"diameter foam roller with oil
based paints and you get a very smooth finish using a flat pad
applicator with latex paints. Either of which would have to be much
simpler and easier to use that spraying.
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