Turn the air cap to a vertical fan pattern. Then increase the air flow a bit beyond where you oct it for the 6 in. pot tern for a finer spray and lighter coat. Reduce the fluid volume to make a 4-in.-wide fan pattern. Place the door on some 2x4s to elevate it off the table.
Spray all four I edges with the gun held about 6 in. away.
1 Spray all four edges, all the way around the top. Hold the gun at 90 degrees.
2 Spray the top edges with the gun at 45 degrees.
3Spray the top surface with the gun at 90 degrees. Pull the trigger before you reach the top and release the trigger after you've passed the top.
4Overlap each pass by 50 percent. Alternate direction back and forth to keep the gun moving quicker than the finish can dry.
2Spray the outside top edges with the gun at 45 degrees.
3Spray the inside top edges with the gun at 45 degrees. Keep the gun moving to prevent finisn from building up in the corners.
4Spray the bevels of the panels. Continue to hold the gun at 45 degrees.
Spray all the top surfaces. Hold the gun at 90 degrees. Spray two continuous coats. One from side to side and the second from top to bottom.
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