Friday, October 23, 2015

How to Repair a Soap Damaged Shelf - Part 6 of 6 - Semi Gloss Paint

Fig.1 Semi Gloss Paint
By Gary Boutin

Tools and supplies:
Paint brush
Paint wood stirrer (free)
Paint gloves
Semi gloss paint 

Our laundry shelf was compromised by leaking laundry soap.  This is the final post were all the repair have come together. Now the shelf is safe from potential liquid detergents. 

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

Step 1: Fig.1 shows the Semi-Gloss Paint provided by the builders. Fig.2 shows the Home Depot free wood stirrer. This will be used to stir the paint into a consistent fluid

Fig.2 Stir the paint
Step 2: Fig.3 shows the tools must be cleaned and dried for the next use.

Fig.3 Wash the tools
Step 3: Fig.4 shows that the paint cover must be pressed on securely. Fig.5 shows that for a plastic container make sure the lid is on tightly by checking the edges.

Fig.4 Press the cap
Fig.5 Make sure its closed

Step 4: Fig.6 shows the shelf has been painted and the shelf liner has been installed. Fig.7 shows a close up of the bleach in the wall cabinet.

Fig.6 Finished shelf
Fig.7 Close up
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