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Altec Voice of the Theater Part 3

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Coated all sides with thin layer Elmers Carpenters Wood Filler Max and sanded with 220 grit, wipe down with denatured alcohol, repeat. Any corners which which had chips repaired with Crawfords Painters Putty - dries extremely hard.[ATTACH=CONFIG]1621[/ATTACH] Coat with oil based primer. I used Seal Grip by PPG. Great product, easy to use, low fumes. Downfall - it can only be tinted to light grey, not black. Other options are Bin Shellac Primer by Zinsser or Kilz by Masterchem. You really want a primer you can have tinted black in case you chip the paint so you won't see the undercoat. I applied 5 coats PPG Primer with 220 grit sanding between coats. Time for finish coat. I chose Benjamin Moore Impervo Black Satin Alklyd. I applied 4 coats sanding with 400 grit between coats. Amazing stuff, best finish when sprayed from a pot gun or applied with sponge roller. Custom bases have been made for cabinets.
Can't upload more photos of finnished cabs as I have exceeded picture storage.
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