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You laid it on too thick, because nooks are tricky to paint for several reasons. This was greatly exacerbated by not using primer. Whenever the paint industry claims something, they mean it in a certain context. For instance I see a lot of brushes and rollers "for all paints". Yeah, they melt and come to pieces when I roll a marine LPU, because what ...


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As long as you properly flush the sprayer and hose with each use, you shouldn't have problems with switching. Ofc make sure your Graco sprayer says you can use oil-based products, some sprayers have internal parts that don't handle those solvents well (most Graco sprayers do support use with oil-based products, and maybe all do - but it's wise to verify). ...


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From personal experience (spent two summers in college as an Industrial Painter) here are a couple things I learnt about your question. Oil paints can break down latex, which in your current situation is a good thing as it would help clear out the lines. However, if you were to switch back to latex down the road, it could be detrimental as there is always ...


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If you want to switch back and forth between oil and latex products, it is best to have a separate hose for each (as per Graco). Graco sprayers, hoses, guns, etc, are designed to be compatible with all of these types of fluids. There are a few other considerations that you should be aware of. Be sure that all equipment is of sufficient size and of ...


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Might be caused by the second layer shrinking beneath the third layer because it hadn't fully dried. In high humidity conditions, I generally increase the recommended drying time between recoats by 25%, just to be safe. Alternatively, if the backside of the door has been stripped and hasn't been resealed, the door itself may be expanding slightly due to the ...


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