We always go over rubbing out a finish , because few will be able to get an “off the gun” finish, that takes some time and lots of practice, so having the ability to sand and rub a finish is the key, and irrespective of what you do, you usually don’t have an ideal enviroment to spray in, so some debris and so forth will get in the finish, ao being able to rub it , to remove any debris or other defects is a good thing, .
I think everyone got it, but I assured them they would have to work at it, finishing is an art or technique all unto its self, and has to have the time and effort, put in to it, just like building, you have to spend time and effort, Just how it is, and I will also tell you this, as products change, and many cease to be available, it’s getting a bit more complicated, and the biggest help you can have is to learn how to spray.,,, it just simply makes application and the whole process so much easier, and opens another world up , and I will also tell you this, the written word cannot teach you how to spray…. it just can’t,.
well here are some pictures of “learning to spray “,
Time to film a show , and then get to some client projects, will try to get another pie safe this week if we can, but got to keep the “stuff that pays” , in the forefront… later Y’all , be safe