In this video i show you how to get a perfect finish on painted projects like furniture and kitchen cabinets. I use a acrylic paint and a HVLP paint sprayer to achieve a factory finish. smooth as glass!
I also go over the difference between airless and HVLP paint sprayers.
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You can Learn To Make Epoxy Countertops, here is a Color Recipe that will blow your mind. It’s easy and fun. You can do this in your space for as little as $5 per square foot, this video will teach you how!
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NOVOPRO DERBY 9 DMX DISCO BAR PUB LIGHT EFFECT DEMONSTRATION BY ELLASKINS
Novopro Derby 9 DMX
Sensational wide angle beam lighting effects unit complete with carry bag
Fill the dance floor with multicolour derby beam effects
9 independent and complimentary colours
Supplied with remote control
Comes with FREE carry bag for easy transport
Colour group presets
Stunning, easy to use, pre-programmed light shows
Light source: 9 x 3w LEDs
Stunning beams are emitted in red, green, blue, amber, yellow, purple, warmwhite, cool white and UV colours
Operation modes: Remote, Auto, Sound-to-Light, Master/Slave & DMX512
7 channel DMX control
4 button control with LED display
Built-in microphone for Sound-to-Light operation
Robust metal chassis and adjustable hanging bracket
Maximum ambient temp: 40 degrees
Power consumption: 30w
IEC mains input voltage: 220-240V / 50/60Hz
Dimensions (WxDxH): 200 x 162 x 140mm (not inc bracket)
Kit includes the following:
Derby 9 DMX
FREE carry bag
IEC mains lead
Supplied in a full colour display box
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My pantry gets a complete makeover and you will not believe the transformation! I use mainly dollar tree bins in my pantry. These bins are actually really pretty and saved me so much money! I also used some clear containers from Ikea which come in two different sizes and an acrylic spice rack that I will link below. I hope you all enjoy!
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In this video I will be comparing Zinsser B-I-N with Johnstones MDF Primer, to see which is best at sealing the end grain of MDF.
In the last video in the series I ran through various ways of treating MDF end edges. Since then I’ve had a people saying in the Comments feed that they favour a shellac paint. I have seen a few You Tube wood workers using Zinsser BIN, and as I haven’t used a dedicated MDF primer on any of my videos, I thought I’d do a comparison – of Zinsser B-I-N interior and exterior primer-sealer stain killer vs Johnstone’s MDF primer. So here it is!
As in my last video, I’ve prepared a mock up, this time with 2 edges – each comprising 2 x 18mm pieces of MDF, joined together to create a lovely 36mm wide piece of end grain – the ultimate test for our two paints.
The Zinsser B-I-N was ahead at pretty much ever stage of the test. After the first coat, it achieved a much better coverage than the MDF primer. With the Johnstone’s primer, you could still see a smudgy brown hue where the end grain was coming through. There was none of this on the Zinsser sample. Both the Zinsser and Johnstone’s were a little rough as you would expect, where the end grain had been raised.
Similarly, after the second coat, the Zinsser was also a little smoother, and had more of a sheen to it.
I then applied a top coat of Johnstone’s water based satin. Again, the Zinsser was marginally smoother.
So my conclusion – although the Zinsser was marginally ahead at every stage, the difference was marginal at best, and doesn’t justify the price difference (£42.99 for a 2.5 litre tin of Zinsser against £24.86 for the Johnstone’s). Also, you have to clean your Zinsser paint brushes/rollers with methylated spirit whereas the Johnstone’s MDF primer, being water based, can simply be cleaned up with soapy water.
A You Tube buddy of mine Gosforth Handyman is a big fan of Leyland Trade Acrylic Primer Undercoat, which he used in this video and the Leyland Trade is just £13.99 for 2.5 litres.
So I guess I’m saying that as the difference from using the expensive MDF specialist products is almost imperceptible, you might as well stick to a typical quick drying wood primer undercoat – which is just as well, as I’ve been recommending you all to do this in all my previous videos 🙂
In this video I create a fluid painting using the acrylic paints shown in the video, Liquitex Pouring Medium and water to dilute to the right consistency.
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Hi Everyone! Here’s another DIY DOLLAR TREE mirror #15. I used a plastic tray and acrylic gems that I got from the dollar tree to make this diy mirror project. This mirror can be a nice diy home decor or room decor. I added a little flower decoration in the middle as an option. Hope to see you at my next diy project!
14 inch plastic tray – Dollar Tree
4 packages acrylic gems – Dollar Tree
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Hi Friends. This video has excerpts of all the most important Indian kitchen organizing and cleaning tips from my previous video. I had a lot of requests to do my kitchen organizing videos in Hindi and therefore this. Hope you all find it useful. Plz do subscribe to my channel.
following are the links to a few organizers that I have discussed in the video:
——-Kitchen Organizers – Cabinets—-
Link to the storage containers that I use:
Link to the glass jars:
———–Kitchen Countertop / Platform—-
1. Corner plate rack where i kept everyday essentials: