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Post by Matt on December 8th 2007, 3:28 pm

When I did my project I picked up all of the supplies I needed at Home Depot. I got 2 quarts of Rustoleum Protective Enamel in Sunburst Yellow, 1 gallon of Mineral Spirits, plastic paint tray, foam roller, a foam brush, and 400, 600, 800, and 1000 grit wet/dry sandpaper. Grand total set me back $28.75 cheers


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Post by (null).exe on December 18th 2007, 2:09 am

i'm pretty much the same as above, except i only got a quart of each color i'm using and a 1/2 gallon of mineral spirits.
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Post by karlbasher on January 6th 2008, 6:05 pm

i have no clue how you could do this project with $30 i spent around 100 dollars so far. but i bought stuff so i dident have to reuse things. this is a list i bought.

1 pack 320 grit
2 packs 400 grit
2 packs 600 grit
1 pack 800 grit
1 pack 1000 grit
-----------still need to buy a pack of 1500 grit
1 gallon mineral spirits
2 quarts of rustolium
1 quart of rustolium primer
20 foam 4" rollers ---this was about 20 dollars alone
(i bought 20 to have 1 for dry to get out bubbles and one to do reg painting for each coat)
10 small foam sticks for hard to reach places
a couple paint trays
Bondo
2 part epoxy
3 rolls of painters tape---$15
sanding block
1 bottle of miguires buffing compund

thats about it i have no clue how you guys are cleaning off the rollers each time lol i made such a mess when i tryed to do it the first time so i just said f it and went and bought rollers for each layer
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Post by Matt on January 7th 2008, 5:44 am

I didn't clean my rollers off. I just secured them inside a plastic bag and aluminum foil to avoid drying. When it came time to paint again they were moist and ready to go.

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