Published at Friday, October 12th 2018. by Benita Livingston in Bathroom Vanity.
First of all, I make a varnish-paint mix. It’s the same mix proportion as the last time, one and a half cup of varnish and two tablespoons of white paint. When the mix is done. I spray the doors. The doors are easy: enough. It’s, mostly horizontal surfaces, but it’s a bit more complicated for the case. I begin by spraying under the case. Next, with Renée’s help. We turn the case, lay it on small pyramids and I spray the back. Next. The top. Then comes what I find the most difficult, the inside. And finally, the exterior. The next day.
Everything is dry and I can give a little sanding everywhere. Then using the same paint mix. I spray the second coat. Here. You can see the difference in color between the first and second coat. For the last coat I don’t add any color. Now I can start working on the vanity’s top. First of all, I clean the grim stuck inside the bark. Then I need to fill the wormholes. I need to do something similar to the top. After turning the top I’m able to fill the holes with epoxy. The first batch didn’t fill the holes up to the top, so I have to make another batch. Now I’m ready to apply the countertop finish. If you look at it closely, you can see the bubbles disappearing. The next day. I sand a little again and spread the last coat of epoxy. If you missed my disappearing act before here, it’s hard to miss.
But you probably noticed in the background painting some doors. This is because, while each coat of epoxy was drying for twenty-four hours, we’re working on the bathroom itself. I begin by closing the main water valve. So I can cut the water pipes. After unscrewing, the old vanity from the wall. We are able to remove it. Since I need some space we get it out of the bathroom. But before reopening the main water valve, I need to do something to the pipes. Before the valves were soldered, but to make this easier to remove I’m now using compression Valves. Now I need to take care of the most unpleasant part of this project, painting the bathroom. On top of removing the old caulking on the wall. I also have to remove several tiles on the floor.
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