Application of Stain, Glaze and Clear for Wood Finishing with SATAjet 1000 B & the SATAjet 20 B

Application of Stain, Glaze and Clear for Wood Finishing with SATAjet 1000 B & the SATAjet 20 B
To create a complete, finished look on cabinet doors, a three-step process should be followed. This includes application of stain, glaze and clear coat.

Due to its comprehensive range of nozzle sizes and versatile accessories such as pressurized or agitator cups and a variety of nozzle extensions, the SATAjet 1000 B is the gun for the application many different spray materials, but particularly stains. The soft spray and fine atomization allows the stain to cover with minimal cloudy look and excellent coverage of recessed or profile areas.

Application of Stain, Glaze and Clear for Wood Finishing with SATAjet 1000 B & the SATAjet 20 B

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  1. A full body suit for precat or conversion varnish? Unless you're in Appollo XI on your way to the moon, precat or conversation varnish only requires a decent cartridge respirator (only for a face that has no beard, use fresh-air-supply positive-feed masks if you sport facial hair).

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