Discussion in 'Painters' Talk' started by Theleman, Dec 7, 2018 at 9:49 PM.
This youtube vid. looks interesting.
Nothing much for interest for me. Hand painted shaker kitchens fairly run of the mill these days
Agree, painted 3 this year.
Did two this week - absolutely tedious there 100 parts alone for the base units. The worst thing was two coats of Bin on the pine, letting it dry for a day, second coat, then two coats of paint. It is taking ages to dry in this weather. Worked quite well to block out the dark knots but just enough paint to show that they are real timber.
Used Little Greene brand paint on the poplar face frames - /www.littlegreene.com/
Is that Fat Boy Slim's Dad?
Fabulous paint in the Little Greene range, always a great finish. Using it next week with a colour from the Grey's brochure.
I was looking at him, thinking he looked familiar ..... probably explains the size of the kitchen, must be his sons
I hadn't seen it before, it was recommended by one of the guys in a ColourCentre (not the Dulux ones). That's the trouble these days so many new products and brands coming out it is difficult to find out about them
Yes that's the trouble Little Greene has only been around since 1764!
Time moves slow down here in Wales. Apparently there is this electrickery thing we should be getting soon
Do you still burn witches?
Judging by my own experience - still marry them
I married a Valerie
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