To obtain a perfect finish, it is sometimes necessary to apply a buffer to the corners of the walls, etc.
DIY Category: Painting
Difficulty level: 1/5 (1/5 is very easy)
Duration: 15 minutes to apply a buffer to a baseboard or a molding.
Why is it?
It’s not necessarily useful, but I like a job well done so I don’t limit myself to the materials, especially if I plan to paint them later, so a clear acrylic stamp is often applied for a cleaner result …
The steps to apply an acrylic stamp:
- Clean the support
- The substrate must be dry
- Using a cutter, pierce the stamp cartridge
- Screw the cannula onto the cartridge
- Apply the acrylic sealant calmly using a putty gun, trying to be as constant as possible
- Smooth and remove excess with wet finger
- Let it dry
- With this support it is ready to be painted.
The necessary tools:
- Putty gun
- An acrylic stamp cartridge (white or other colors)
- A cutter.
Apply an acrylic joint when assembling two different types of supports, wood / plaster, plaster / concrete …
For my acrylic stamps, I play it safe when using a Rubson stamp cartridge.
- Wolfcraft 4352000 MG 200 Ergo Mechanical Cartridge Gun Price: 8.90 EUR
- Rubson PuTTY Construction Walls and Windows White 280ml Price: EUR 4.99ant Price: EUR 6.90
- Rubson All All Weather Seals Stone Tone Multi-Purpose Sealer 280ml Price: 13.90 EUR
- Interior finishes parquet and acrylic rubber 280 ml Price: 6 995 EUR Price: 11.50 EUR
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- Acrylic joint floor finish
- Insulate your window with an acrylic sealant
- Use an acrylic sealer
Some products are dangerous: follow the precautions for use.