Been lurking here quite a while...
The situation is this, I have a south facing sunroom/extension on the back
of my house built by the previous owner, I've hired a contractor to replace
the windows, exterior door and exterior siding (going vinyl to match the
rest of the house.
I plan on doing the interior myself, new wood casing/ledges around the
windows, beadboard on interior walls/ceiling, probably in pine. It gets
hot in there in the summer, even on sunny days in the winter. So I
was figuring on using an exterior grade finish on the pine, for the extra
UV protection. I have a Bostitich compressor 6 gallons, rated for
3.4 CFM @ 40 PSI and 2.1 CFM @ 90 PSI, do you think it should work with
Maybe dialed down to 60 or 70 PSI?
Also was thinking of one of the Cabot Australian Oil finishes, I put it on
my deck, and wooden lawn furniture earlier this year with a brush and was
quite impressed. Or would you suggest something else to finish the wood
Any opinions? Toronto, Ontario if that may affect your opinions.
Thanks in advance
Mini gloat, Lee Valley is only ten minutes away. :-)
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