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johnnyb

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just a recommendation for this product. I've just sprayed a wardrobe using this and I'm very impressed. it dries nicely hard in good time. and I found its just right for going through an air assisted airless pump. obviously it's huge advantage is its available at b and q mixed in all colours. unlike farrow and ball it does cure overnight! it's supposed to have primer and topcoat in one(what does that mean?) many fitted furniture guys only use topcoat for both coats. it's £34 for 2.5 litres and I used over 5l on a double so not cheap.
 

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I would say its to thick for hvlp. maybe try v500 as that will be a bit thinner. when I say its just right for spraying I mean if I add much water to thin it can not hold on verticals and sags to the bottom a bit.
I've been tempted to try sayerlack or tikurila but mixing colours would be tiresome.
 
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