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Old 11-01-2017, 10:15 PM   #61
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When this is done are you going to keep the house or sell it?
Im keeping the house......no intention of moving.
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Old 11-03-2017, 11:56 PM   #62
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Here is the latest on this project......Today i finished sanding the sealer coat on all of these pieces and then i applied a black glaze to the face frames, doors, trim and crown moulding...The Glaze simply gets applied with a disposable sponge paintbrush on all the recessed lines and low areas and immediately wiped off with a paper towel......i went through 2 rolls of paper towels...the glaze is the liquid consistency of ink...The black glaze highlights the distressing gouges, faux cracks, wormholes , animal claw marks and beat marks i put into the cabinet doors and face frames and makes them look 300 years old.......i then started spraying on the pre catalyzed lacquer top coat........i shot 1-1/2 gallons of the lacquer today and im about half done...this lacquer dries to the touch in about 3 minuets .......i can get a very professional looking finish even in the primitive, dusty conditions you see in these photos because of the commercial chemicals im spraying with my HVLP gun.

I have about another 3-4 hours of spraying tomorrow and then i can start assembling everything and getting it ready to bring upstairs and install it.
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That will sure be a great room to display your $1,000.00 wine bottles.
It will cost a fortune to fill that room with collectable wine.

Where will you store the 'Box Wine' though.
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All of the work you are doing makes me tired...

I have to go bust a little more concrete today

I think that I will have a little help today though

Damn I hope so...
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Old 11-04-2017, 06:20 PM   #65
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Started a little late today......so i just finished spraying on the top finish coats of lacquer 30 min ago...........all the major components are sprayed and tomorrow i start assembling the wine rack cabinet boxes so i can install them.
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I wish you had a video of making the "distressing gouges, faux cracks, wormholes"

I think a couple shot gun blasts about 30-40 yards away with some 7 1/2 shot would be a nice effect too
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I wish you had a video of making the "distressing gouges, faux cracks, wormholes"

I think a couple shot gun blasts about 30-40 yards away with some 7 1/2 shot would be a nice effect too
There are 10x12" wood beams i put up in my living room that i distressed before we put them up......i shot one of them with my .45 just for shits and giggles.......the slug is still inside the wood.
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Good one
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I finally got started installing these.........i had to cantilever frame the wall because of its odd angles.....anyway all that will be covered up soon.....i had to as my neighbor to help me assemble this because of the heavy awkward arch top piece.
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Nice...real nice work Sir
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Nice...real nice work Sir
Thank you 44044

Heres a photo of the crazy angles of the walls and floor....i had to build these platforms to rest the cabinets on and eliminate the crazy round walls.
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Similar to a corner cabinet...

Put a false top on it to cover the

top in the back, and make a hidie

hole...maybe...
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Old 11-08-2017, 08:33 PM   #73
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I screwed the backs on to these this AM and got the wine rack cabinets installed today......now its on to the trim.
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Damn that looks good Sir!!!
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That's going to take a lot of wine bottles to fill.
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