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U-POL CLEAR#1™ High Gloss Clear Coat 450ml Aerosol
ISOPON Spraytek Primer Grey 500ml Aerosol
COLORPAK Custom Tinted Aerosol 300gm
EEZER 1408 8in Speedfile
JSP 823 P2 Valved Odour Masks Medium/Large
HANDPLUS Nitrile Glove Powder Free Large - Pair
NORTON A275 No-fil Dry Sandpaper 230 X 280 mm Sheet Kit Pack
Sanding is no ones favorite task, however, if you want a great result it’s all about sanding, sanding, sanding.
1. Remove the wooden top from base.
2. If you’re sanding a surface that has both stain and varnish like this side table, the Eezer sander is recommended (an electric sander will also do the trick). Start with the 100 grit sandpaper in the Eezer, it will take about 10 minutes sanding with a smooth back and forward motion pressing down firmly to get through the varish and stain down to the natural wood finish, enure you change the sandpaper as it becomes clogged with varnish and stain.
3. Put the 280 grit sandpaper in your Eezer and sand out all the scratches left by the 100 grit sandpaper – make sure you take your time and create a lovely smooth finish, then wipe away the dust with a clean dry cloth and… voila on to the next step.
1. Shake the Grey Isopon Aresol Primer well (shaking for a few minutes to ensure all the sediment from the bottom of the can mixes in).
2. Hold the nozzle roughly 15cm away from the surface, spraying the side (edge) of the table top with a light coat moving to the top surface, using a side to side spraying motion slightly overlapping with each stroke. Let this coat dry for at least 15 minutes giving the primer time to get tacky (BUT DON’T TOUCH) and soak into the timber.
3. Repeat step two 4 times with slightly heavier coats each time. Leaving the final coat over night giving the primer plenty of time to dry.
4. With the 600 grit sandpaper in your Eezer give the table top a light sand (just enough to take the very top of the primer off) so it’s smooth and uniform, then clean the table with a clean dry cloth.
Don’t worry if you find using the spray can a little tricky, practice makes perfect, if you make a mistake sand the surface off and try again.
Almost there - be sure to take your time with the finishing touches.
1. Shake the Copper Basecoat Colorpak Aresol well (shake for a few minutes to ensure all the sediment from the bottom of the can mixes in).
2. Hold the nozzle roughly 15cm away from the surface, spraying the side (edge) of the table top with a light coat moving to the top surface, using a side to side spraying motion slightly overlapping each stroke. Let this coat dry for at least 15 minutes giving the colour time to dull off (DON’T TOUCH)
3. Repeat step two 2 times with heavier coats, by this time you should have coverage over the Grey Primer. You are now ready for the technique coat… a technique coat is pulling the spray can back about 30cm from the surface and dusting with a light coat to even out the Metallic in Copper, then let dry for at least an hour.
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