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Old 01-20-2013, 04:51 PM
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Originally Posted by jkski View Post
Any painters out there that want to provide some good advice:
We are handling all of our own painting and staining and while I have done more than my fair share of painting, the staining aspect is something that I have not done a lot of. My plan was to set-up a couple of temporary spray booths in the basement where I could spray all of the trim prior to going up. I know it is best to sand the trim between coats but do you also polyurethane it or leave it at the stained finish? I am pretty sure I will have to stain the steps to the second floor with a brush as I don't see any way to spary those.
Any advice is appreciated.
My brother-in-law is a professional painter and he did my house, paint and stain. He stained all my trim and did it with a rag or sponge, just wiped it on. I wouldn't go through the effort of spraying...
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