The Graco handheld sprayer has been out for sometime. In comparison to other airless units it has had the most rapid design improvements. When they first came out in 2010 they were called ProShots. The most unappealing thing to me was that they were disposable. I could never wrap my head around a disposable sprayer regardless of their performance.
There are many cabinet painting options to consider as part of your cabinet painting or refinishing project.
This is the perfect time to decide if you would like to change your cabinet hardware. New pulls or knobs are a nice finishing touch to the cabinet painting project. The easiest thing is to pick pulls/knobs that match the holes you already have in your cabinet doors/drawers. If you do find new hardware that does not line up it is not a problem however. We can fill in existing holes with a special epoxy filler and drill new ones if need be.
It can be difficult picking a color for your project. “White” is no different. There are so many variations of white. Whether you are painting your house, walls, or cabinets, picking the right shade of white colors can be a challenge.
Painting an obelisk is something different. We are talking about a decorative wood obelisk for a garden. One problem paint contractors have, (that no one thinks about), is “what to do with leftover paint”. We try to give extra paint away but often no one wants it.
Painting a historic building has many twists and turns. Historic buildings almost always have lead based paint that must be mitigated. I’ve yet to run into one that didn’t have lead based paint. The other main concern is there is always others involved in the project that have concerns with the painting process. The main concerns are centered on preserving the original colors and using processes that minimize impact upon the surfaces to be painted. Sometimes we run into people concerned with safety but that is not common.