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Old 11-29-2020, 12:04 PM
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Hey guys. Weíre needing to repaint our baseboards in places. They were originally painted with some type of oil-based white lacquer. I canít paint that on with a brush and I really donít want to prime then paint with latex-based paint.

Is there a sprayer that will help me get this done? Keep in mind, Iím really hoping to not plastic the entire house. Iím hoping for something that will spray low volume enough so that I only have to cover stuff around the vicinity of the job location. Is that possible?
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Our house in Texas has that on the trim as well. Sherwin Williams was able to perfectly match the color with an oil based paint that is brushable. As for sprayers I have only owned a Titan, not low volume sprayer. Best of luck. About to plug holes and paint a crappy 1/4 round job they did when installing a laminate floor...
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I have a similar problem with lacquer sprayed baseboards that have a few spots that peeled. I am going to try to have an custom color aerosol spray can mixed to match the trim. Then I can paint that section (<10'), and just mask off a small area. There are several companies that can do custom spray can paint colors. I have a spray rig, a big and small airless rig, but I really don't want to screw with them.

https://spectrumpaint.com/resource_b...stomspraypaint
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Originally Posted by skibum View Post
Our house in Texas has that on the trim as well. Sherwin Williams was able to perfectly match the color with an oil based paint that is brushable. As for sprayers I have only owned a Titan, not low volume sprayer. Best of luck. About to plug holes and paint a crappy 1/4 round job they did when installing a laminate floor...
What was your experience with this?
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Originally Posted by c_m_25 View Post
What was your experience with this?
With the Titan or the SW paint? Titan was the best you could buy at the time - I probably shot interiors of 15 houses with it without a glitch. The SW paint pulls a little as it is oil, but thinned a little the finish is perfectly smooth as if sprayed.
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Originally Posted by skibum View Post
With the Titan or the SW paint? Titan was the best you could buy at the time - I probably shot interiors of 15 houses with it without a glitch. The SW paint pulls a little as it is oil, but thinned a little the finish is perfectly smooth as if sprayed.
Specific to the brushable oil-based paint. Did that work out well when you brushed it on?
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Something like this would do what you are asking but I am fairly certain it will still be easier to just scuff and brush with the proper paint.

https://www.amazon.com/Badger-Air-Brush-Company-Basic-Spray/dp/B0006MZPLG/ref=pd_lpo_60_t_0/147-3512413-6343329?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B0006MZPLG&pd_rd_r=6c211f28-0879-463b-8c51-803e9a95c4f9&pd_rd_w=ckMZs&pd_rd_wg=KWwiv&pf_rd_p=7b36d496-f366-4631-94d3-61b87b52511b&pf_rd_r=V0M4DVSW1N62KAW73BSY&psc=1&refRID=V0M4DVSW1N62KAW73BSY
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Originally Posted by c_m_25 View Post
Specific to the brushable oil-based paint. Did that work out well when you brushed it on?
Like glass.
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https://www.phelpsrefinishing.com/q-...latinum-system

The HVLP turbines are what you need to spray trim. You can dial the head down to spray a 2Ē strip or crank it up to 12Ē. You still will need to tape and mask but the time savings once prep is done is substantial. They have cheaper options also.

I had a 120 year old rental property the entire interior trim was painted dark grey. After a long term tenant moved out the place needed to be brightened up. To change the trim to white would have taken 3-4 coats and probably 3 weeks easy. Tons of old wide trim. With the Q4 I knocked it out in less than a week spraying oil primer and finish.

I use the Q4 on my new construction. Prime the entire place with two coats and then spray the ceilings all with my airless. I come back install all the doors and trim. Mask off and spray two coats of superpaint semi gloss on the trim and doors. I finish by rolling the walls with the final coat after all the subs finish and floors are installed. Nothing better than the factory look with out brush strokes on all the woodwork.

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Ok, let me ask this then. If Iím spraying interior trim with an airless sprayer, do I need to mask the entire room? Itís only the baseboards. I also need to repaint some interior doors which I can just take outside to spray. Iíll have to do the door trim in places too. Iím assuming those jobs will create quite a bit of mist?

Maybe brushing on the oil-based will be best. If I do brush or roll it, what roller type would work best? Foam?
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Originally Posted by c_m_25 View Post
Ok, let me ask this then. If Iím spraying interior trim with an airless sprayer, do I need to mask the entire room? Itís only the baseboards. I also need to repaint some interior doors which I can just take outside to spray. Iíll have to do the door trim in places too. Iím assuming those jobs will create quite a bit of mist?

Maybe brushing on the oil-based will be best. If I do brush or roll it, what roller type would work best? Foam?
I am unfamiliar with foam - never have rolled oil. I think it would be the only choice of rollers.
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Maybe this will work


https://preval.com/
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You gotta get down there and brushem!!
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Get a masking paper / masking tape dispenser from HD. 1Ē masking tape and 9Ē paper will provide plenty of protection. You can leave it up for multiple coats.

https://www.amazon.com/ScotchBlue-Masking-Paper-Dispenser-M1000-SBN/dp/B00004Z4E9
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I use a zip wall system, you can roll out a 36” rosin paper over the floor and pop up a temp visqueen containment wall in about 15 minutes. Then blast away with a graco magnum x5 with an fflp tip small like a 210. Just did my cabinets this way and was able to wall off just the kitchen for the 2 days it took to spray them
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Originally Posted by louiefl View Post
Get a masking paper / masking tape dispenser from HD. 1Ē masking tape and 9Ē paper will provide plenty of protection. You can leave it up for multiple coats.

https://www.amazon.com/ScotchBlue-Ma.../dp/B00004Z4E9
Buy the M3000- itís yellow with a black wheel to keep the tape on. The M1000 above suck, the plastic is not structural enough to hold up tearing a 9-12Ē piece of paper off the machine. I have owned a bunch of M3000 and got stuck once and purchased the M1000 from HD because I was in a jam. Thing is a total POS.


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