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TchrMommy

07:47AM | 01/19/04
Member Since: 01/04/04
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Is there a good quality canned spray paint that one could use on new interior trim and mouldings? I am finishing one window or door at a time and it is not practical for me to rent a sprayer every time, however I do not want to see brush strokes. Again, this is new trim, not existing. I have only drywall at the moment. Thanks in advance.

retisin

03:17PM | 01/19/04
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
My I ask why you wouldnt do all the trim all at once?
I have never used any spray paint for trim or such so I couldn't tell you.But they do make a little spray can at paint suppliers that you put thinned paint in it and pump it a few times and it works like a spray can,but have never tried these either.Or they have some that use co'2 compressed air instead.

5slb6

01:06AM | 01/20/04
Member Since: 07/28/02
1356 lifetime posts
There are little sprayers that have the propellant of a spray can on top of a container that you put the paint in. They seem to work best with oil based paints though. Your local paint store should have these.

retisin

12:33PM | 01/20/04
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
Thanks 5 thats exactly what I was trying to sa,but lately I have been working long hours and not much sleep trying to get all the projects done,seems everyone built their houses all at once this month.

TchrMommy

07:06PM | 01/21/04
Member Since: 01/04/04
84 lifetime posts
I am not doing all of the trim at once because of cost and time issues. Thank you for the advice, I will look at a paint store for the tool you suggest.

5slb6

01:10AM | 01/24/04
Member Since: 07/28/02
1356 lifetime posts
One brand is PreVal.
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