Apply an acrylic finishing pad. – DIY manual

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:

  1. Clean the support
  2. The substrate must be dry
  3. Using a cutter, pierce the stamp cartridge
  4. Screw the cannula onto the cartridge
  5. Apply the acrylic sealant calmly using a putty gun, trying to be as constant as possible
  6. Smooth and remove excess with wet finger
  7. Let it dry
  8. With this support it is ready to be painted.

The necessary tools:

  • Putty gun
  • An acrylic stamp cartridge (white or other colors)
  • A cutter.

Advice:

Apply an acrylic joint when assembling two different types of supports, wood / plaster, plaster / concrete …

Recommended products:

For my acrylic stamps, I play it safe when using a Rubson stamp cartridgeir?t=banniere amazon 21&l=alb&o=8&a=B013SW1EO2.

  • 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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Here are some related topics:

  • Acrylic joint floor finish
  • Insulate your window with an acrylic sealant
  • Use an acrylic sealer

Judicial advice:

Some products are dangerous: follow the precautions for use.


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