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Posted on To paint or not to paint, that is the question.

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OSU55

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#1 posted 05-16-2018 07:59 PM



I forgot to add – I have said this several times before. . . . .
build your project FIRST – - – THEN figure out what finish you want.
talking about paint or finish for a project that is not even built yet
is like putting the cart before the horse

- John Smith

Not to start a debate, and for the benefit of the inexperienced, I have exactly the opposite opinion – design the complete finish schedule when designing the project. I’ve made many design changes to a given project due to the finishing types or methods to be used. Not nearly as important for shop “furniture”, it is very impotant for fine furniture.


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