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Topic: Help Wanted -Finisher/Spray Painting
Message: Posted by: Mad Jake (Feb 3, 2007 01:18AM)
Looking to farm out some work and need a professional finisher/painter. I will not even pretend that I fair well with paint gun in my hand, a loaded 45 would probally yield better results for me :)

Anyhow looking for someone to do some spray work, simple one color items.

Please PM if interested.

Message: Posted by: makeupguy (Feb 3, 2007 02:09AM)
If your piece is sanded, primed and ready to go, any autobody shop will do it for an hourly rate, plus paint. Auto paint these days is a 2 part mixture.. practially bomb proof. It's not normal for them to paint something not a car.. but smaller ones will do it.. you local earl sheib may not. Just make sure it's pre-finished..if they have to do any sanding or priming at all.. they probably can't do it. they don't' normally work with wood.

Most cabinet shops these days work with pre-finished MDF or veneers... and may no longer be able to help you.
Message: Posted by: RWhit (Feb 3, 2007 01:56PM)
Message: Posted by: Cliffg37 (Feb 3, 2007 11:05PM)
Hey there Jake,

I live 2700 miles away from you so this advice may be of limited use. Go look up furniture stores in your town. We have one here that you bring him a picture from a magazine of what you like, and he builds a knock off. His finishing job is minimalistic, but very good. He event adds a bottle of extra touch up paint in the color of your choosing. You might find such a place in and big city.

Good luck
Message: Posted by: Tom Bartlett (Feb 4, 2007 02:31PM)
Jake, have you considered powder coating? It works on just about anything from shock absorbers to peddle cars. The variety fo colors are almost endless.
Message: Posted by: raywitko (Feb 5, 2007 05:02AM)
! was always under the impression that powder coating is only for metal items as you have to put the item in an oven. Am I wrong?
Message: Posted by: BSutter (Feb 5, 2007 11:21AM)

You are not wrong, powder coating is usually an epoxy based material that is electrostatically deposited and baked in place at about 350F.

Bill Sutter
Message: Posted by: Tom Bartlett (Feb 5, 2007 03:39PM)
I thought the items to be painted, are metal. Did I misunderstand?