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Project by Ladislav posted 12-24-2015 06:40 AM 1508 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Material used was maple ply and solid for doors , finish was white lacquer ( dullrub) i like :))

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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#1 posted 12-24-2015 01:11 PM

Very nice! I appreciate the simple, clean lines.

Where do you get your white lacquer?

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#2 posted 12-24-2015 01:28 PM

Thank you ! I get it from star scienic( orlando) its lenmar

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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#3 posted 12-24-2015 02:09 PM

Great looking kitchen. It feels great when it turns out like we anticipate. Did you Hvlp to spray it or an air atomized gun, or what? As stated before the clean lines of the design is striking.


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#4 posted 12-24-2015 02:17 PM

Thank you! I used hvlp but with 33 gallon compressor , soon after xmas im getting 60 gallon ( hope its not much pluming need it ) i ben using 33 for past year or so , ( 8-9 kitchens) and just before i was gonna do last top coat compressor went,,, piston seal broke and even tho motor was running it did not fill the tank, so wen got another 33 gallon to be able finish on time , but can wait to get bigger one in the shop . Btw hvlp is also air atomized gun i think ?

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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#5 posted 12-25-2015 04:31 AM

That’s another impressive kitchen! Thanks for sharing.


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#6 posted 12-25-2015 01:45 PM

Nice work. Very well done.

I’ve done a couple kitchens with white lacquer, but I’ve found it prone to chipping, so I tend to avoid it if I can. Any issues with that?

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#7 posted 12-30-2015 02:34 AM

Thank you and no i dont have problem with chiping but I always tell customer that painted kitchen is easier to scratch unles its clear coated after last top coat, i do both ways plus i think sometimes ppl treat kitchens like garage storage boxes , i had once kitchen where i put in cabinets and by the time I brought doors kitchen was dirty( food , stains) i actualy had to clean entire kitchen to be able take nice picture at the end lol

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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