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Avoiding Brush Strokes in Poly Coat?

Can anyone tell me how to not get brush strokes in my poly coat when painting laminate counter tops?

Sharen

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By jojo (Guest Post)
March 12, 20080 found this helpful
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When I painted my laminate cupboard doors I was advised to buy a small sized roller specifically designed for enamel/gloss paints, it did a great job and brush strokes were not a concern. An added bonus was that the job was done much more quickly.

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March 14, 20081 found this helpful
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I've found using a foam painting brush eliminates streaking. Give it try. Jan, UK

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March 12, 20080 found this helpful

First, do the edges with a high end natural brush. Next, roll-on paint with a regular roller, then re-roll the wet area with a special, high-quality low-nap roller for "finishing".

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To bad you can take it off & spray it!

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