The Homeright crew has taken my favorite sprayer and made even more improvements to create the Homeright Super Finish Max! Spraying your old furniture may seem daunting. You may even have the sprayer but have yet to take it out of the box because you are just so uncertain! But once you find out just how professional of a finish you can get by spraying your old furniture, you just may never go back! Once I finally dove in to spray with my Homeright Finish Max I fell,.. and really I didnt think it could get much easier! ..until now.
However, rest assured I tell you just like it is…
Does that look familiar? Well it should! Its rather close in comparison to my beloved Homeright Finish Max! One of my favorite clients has truly made me put my sprayer to the test!
If you follow me on Facebook you probably know I insist on spraying when I do super light or white finishes. White has such a small amount of pigment in it, getting an even finish is tough! When you pair that fact with a brush,.. you have an even more impossible situation. ..ok not impossible BUT if you can make the task easier- Go for it! Using a sprayer allows me to just lay down the pigments,. where they rest and harden and become this flawless white coat of perfection,… *sigh*
This would be our canvas. ..always insistent on quality solid wood furniture,..
no veneer here.
Living in a beach home with light flooding in,.. that silky smooth finish is kind of necessary. Using a brush just wouldn’t do!
High Quality Furniture requires a High Quality Finish.
This armoire had no shelves. Only a bar across the interior. Once belonging in the Governors Mansion, this French solid walnut armoire was absolutely stunning. New shelves add function for my client…
|The Color is Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore. For these pieces I used Benjamin Moore Advance.|
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