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When HomeRight first sent me their Finish Max Sprayer, I was sooo excited! Finally, I’d be able to paint chairs, cabinets, and even chandeliers with a professional finish! The only thing, though, was this whole business of thinning the paint to the right viscosity (thickness) to work with my new DIY best friend.
Watch How to Easily Thin Paint Enamel:
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Well, with a bit of practice, it was a snap! But, I sure wished I’d had this video to help me get started! Let us know what you think of this video and share any tips you might have.
All photography and video by Skaie Knox, HomeJelly
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