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Posted By the_tow_guy

I second Marq's post. Similar questions have...

I second Marq's post.

Similar questions have been kicked around for decades. Some folks opine that if you change the fluid at higher mileages if it's never been done, that it can actually cause...
10-28-19, 06:41 PM
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Posted By PJmax

That Genteq cap will be fine for your application.

That Genteq cap will be fine for your application.
10-14-19, 03:39 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

Bullseye 123 is pretty decent primer and bonds...

Bullseye 123 is pretty decent primer and bonds well to a lot of surfaces including tile... But if you want the best adhesion you should wait about 7 days before painting it. It takes longer to cure...
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Posted By manden

Why not just tape over the hinge pin area and...

Why not just tape over the hinge pin area and then paint the rest of the hinge?

I have seen many hinges that had the hinge pin area painted and after a couple years they look like crap.

Note...
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Posted By Marq1

I dont think I have ever seen hinges that were...

I dont think I have ever seen hinges that were painted along with the door, everything I have had or built had brass or nickle hardware.

I cant think of any way to do that but just brush them!
10-03-19, 12:56 PM
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Posted By marksr

If the lighting is poor, take a trouble light or...

If the lighting is poor, take a trouble light or any portable light that you can shine up/down the door after you're done spraying. That way you should be able to pick up any thin spots or runs. More...
10-03-19, 12:26 PM
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Posted By Marq1

If the paint is dry there is really no practical...

If the paint is dry there is really no practical way to remove.

I've painted so many of these doors, brush and roller, I cant imagine how spraying them would put down so much paint that the grain...
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Posted By XSleeper

For that amount of spraying, an n95 mask would be...

For that amount of spraying, an n95 mask would be fine.
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Posted By marksr

While I use a cartridge type respirator for...

While I use a cartridge type respirator for almost all the spraying I do, a simple/cheap dust mask is adequate for no more than you are doing.

When doing a lot of spraying I wear a head sock which...
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Posted By Pilot Dane

When spraying latex I only wear a paper mask to...

When spraying latex I only wear a paper mask to help keep overspray off my face. If you were spraying a solvent (VOC) based paint I would use a cartridge style respirator but it's overkill for most...
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Posted By Marq1

The paper masks are pretty much for dust, and...

The paper masks are pretty much for dust, and latex does not have heavy VOC's like solvent based paints.

You can purchase many inexpensive resporatores for around $20 similar to this that would be...
09-12-19, 08:55 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

It's about like using/nailing wood. I use PL...

It's about like using/nailing wood. I use PL polyurethane adhesive with it.
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Posted By marksr

I rarely add any Floetrol or Xtends to paint I...

I rarely add any Floetrol or Xtends to paint I intend to spray. Thinning the paint slightly should help with the orange peel. Your orange peel is more of an application issue than a paint consistency...
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Posted By XSleeper

I'd be putting them on top of a 2x4 so they don't...

I'd be putting them on top of a 2x4 so they don't dangle. And yes, just move faster.

Hope your not painting the neighbors car or windows with your over spray drift.
07-20-19, 10:07 AM
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Posted By PJmax

You just need to open as much as it takes to get...

You just need to open as much as it takes to get a tool in there.
07-20-19, 09:31 AM
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Posted By PJmax

Is that the Tapcon in the lower picture ? If...

Is that the Tapcon in the lower picture ?
If yes.... get a GOOD pair of Vise Grips. Lock on and twist it out.

FYI.... a Tapcon is not considered a removable fastener. In other words..... once a...
07-18-19, 11:48 AM
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Posted By XSleeper

Any gun will work for occasional use. Nail...

Any gun will work for occasional use. Nail length depends what size stuff you are nailing, and whether you're toenailing or end nailing. Hopefully the gun you get will shoot up to a 1" nail. That...
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Posted By marksr

Besides generally working better, the better...

Besides generally working better, the better airless units have more availability of repair parts. As a pro painter I need an airless that will both pump the quantity needed along with being able to...
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Posted By Marq1

You cant, the Masonite doors have a small...

You cant, the Masonite doors have a small internal wood-like frame, once the threads are stripped longer screws will do nothing and you have to start drilling them out and gluing in plugs...
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Posted By Marq1

Those are standard Masonite doors, you wont fill...

Those are standard Masonite doors, you wont fill that grain in for at least 50 coats of paint.

Another issue with removing the doors, the handling of them to reinstall, a very good chance that...
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Posted By marksr

I've painted 100s of those types of doors with a...

I've painted 100s of those types of doors with a brush with no noticeable reduction in the faux grain. I suspect it would take 10-20 coats of paint to significantly fill the grain.
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Posted By Marq1

Having painted hundreds of doors never once did I...

Having painted hundreds of doors never once did I ever attempt to spray, but have used sprayers for other projects (basement joists) and they are a huge, huge mess.

Leave them on the frames, tape...
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Posted By XSleeper

All you need is a roll of plastic that is at...

All you need is a roll of plastic that is at least as wide as your garage is tall. Then staple it up and tack lathe over it to temporarily hold it up.

The Zisnner 123 is a decent primer but I...
06-30-19, 12:15 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

Anything paint grade is getting caulked anyway so...

Anything paint grade is getting caulked anyway so this is a non issue. Any movement will be quite minimal.
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