Using a Finish Max with Chalkboard Paint
I didn’t quite “gut” it, but I did remove most of it to organize it better. See that arrow pointing to the cabinet doors? They’ve been there for awhile. I gathered them. All the cabinet doors were in pairs, with the exception of the tallest armoire door. It is the mate to my chalkboard in the kitchen.
You can see it laying on the top, with all the smaller ones underneath. I gathered all the supplies I normally use when paint spraying: my beloved Command Max, now called HomeRight Finish Max Fine Finish Sprayer, a ladle, and bowl (with water), a Mesh Paint Strainer , a paint brush (just in case I get a run) and a respirator mask.
Makeshift Paint Booth Setup
I ready my booth. The plastic was hung with a staple gun. I use scrap 2×2’s to hold the plastic down. Note the pallet is on top of the plastic. You can’t see them, but I use the scrap boards on all 4 sides of the plastic. There is a lot of air moving around when you use a paint sprayer.
Painting repurposed cabinet doors with a paint sprayer
While I was at it, I sprayed two huge artwork pieces (using the finish max chalkboard paint method) I picked up a few months ago. Look at that fine finish! Homeright hit the nail on the head with the name of this sprayer.
Easy Chalkboard Projects
I don’t have my hands on the new Finish Max Fine Finish HVLP Sprayer yet, but I look forward to taking it for a spin.
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This is not a paid post. Homeright has been generous to furnish me with a new sprayer, but you know all opinions are my own. I LOVE this sprayer, and I feel that if you do a lot of painting, it can save you time and energy, especially when painting spindles and/or louvered doors! yikes! I’ve painted enough of those by hand.