Or Klear? Yes, they are both very good. I don’t use them much, just to cover the basecoat and to dry the wood so I can paint over it.
As to the other question, well, the way I work, it would take you an awful long time to do that whole job with either product that looks “worse” and doesn’t do quite as good a job at just covering that crack where the chip broke off. The problem is you don’t have a very good tool to take the whole slab and make it look as good as possible. It’s like trying to make a sandwich without the bread and eggs. Even on the highest quality sandpaper, it’s going to be very difficult and time consuming to get the job done. If you’re in the mood to paint over a crack, that’s your job, but don’t use the stuff if you are already doing that sort of thing. Just use the highest quality stuff. Do it on the house, or over a wall, or at least with a very good spray head on it.
Do I try to keep all the surface sanded (or sanded up to remove the dust)? I do, but I do use the dust brushes. I really hate dust. I use a dust filter on all my sanding equipment from every paint shop imaginable so that’s always in my bag when I go.
What was your favorite tip about “dry brushing?”
I used to use a spray can of dry paint, like a clear lacquer or acrylic. Now, they run very expensive. This one I paid $7.40 for at a big paint stores in my area, and it did NOT cover one of the big chips in the wall when you use it.
Do I let sanding wear off before doing finishing? I use very good finishing sandpaper on my doors and walls to make them look old school so that they get the look that I want. I like the finish of old school and vintage furniture, like the classic old car. But I don’t use that much finishing sandpaper either- it’s too cheap. It’s cheaper for my job to use the highest quality stuff you can find. Don’t use stuff from the can.
Have you ever tried any of the new hand sanders? They’re really slick compared to the old old ones. They are much more forgiving than the old clippers. I have to use a big chunk of the sand paper to get around a big
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