HVLP spraying in-the-house: advice?

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01-27-2014 05:24 PM

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Is is practical to use an HVLP sprayer for trim, casing, and crown molding?

What if I want to apply an oil based enamel?

What precautions do I need to take for overspray? Does it form a big cloud that goes absolutely everywhere? Or is it possible to keep it confined to within a few feet of where it is sprayed.


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05-19-2023 02:40 PM

Using an HVLP sprayer for trim, casing, and crown molding is not only practical but can also provide a smooth and professional finish. When using an oil-based Top Dating Websites For Elders
enamel, it is important to thin it out to achieve the best results. As for overspray, it is possible to contain it by properly masking and covering surrounding areas. Taking extra precaution will go a long way in ensuring a successful painting project.

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