Friday, October 23, 2015

How to Repair Soap Damaged Shelf - Part 3 of 6 - Vacummed Paint Dust

Fig.1 Fine grip 150
By Gary Boutin

Tools and Supplies:
Vacuum cleaner 

Our laundry shelf  was damaged from the liquid detergent and liquid bleach that we used in our washing machine. This is a simple repair and this post shows how this shelf will be repaired. 

This post shows the three steps in repairing this laundry shelf. 

Step 1: Fig.1 show the back and what grade of grit the disc is and fig.2 shows the front were the sanding is done  to sand the shelf smooth. Below is the type of disc used to repair the shelf.
Fig.2 150 grit disc
Step 2: Fig.3 and fig.4 show the Porter-Cable Random Orbit Sander is sanding the damage area as smoothly as possible.
Fig.3 Sand damaged area
Fig.4 Use Fine disk 
to sand smoothly
Step 3: Fig.5 through fig.7 shows the vacuum cleaner used to remove all the dust and paint chips from the shelf.
Fig.5 Vacuum cleaner
Fig.6 Left side
Fig.7 Paint chips
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