Published at Monday, October 08th 2018. by Claudine Galloway in Bathroom Vanity.
The doors that gives that shaker style look, I'm sanding the chipboard with 220 grit sandpaper, so the glue and paint will adhere to it Here. I'M making the holes for the hinges. For that I have to use the hole saw Here. I'm decreasing the panels in preparation for the glue up For gluing the MDF strips I'm using contact cement. After that I used some clamps to hold the MDF in place until.
It dries Here, I'm sanding the edges and the MDF with 150 grit sandpaper And now I'm using some bonds to fill the gaps and holes. Now, I'm using 220 grit sandpaper to prepare it for priming. Here I sprayed 2 coats of 2k automotive primer and filler. When the primer has dried, I can use some acrylic caulking to fill the gap between the MDF and chipboard. I sand the panel again with 320 grit sandpaper.
Here I put 3 crews in the ladder to hold the doors Here, I'm using a tack cloth to clean the dust Here. I'M painting the door with 2k automotive arboreal white paint. I gave the doors 4 coats of paint After the paint has dried. I can mount the hinges, And this is the bathroom that I have to remodel. I have to make a door for this towel cabinet and make it the same style as the door I just made, And I have to change this fluorescent light to a chandelier.
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