Sunday, September 4, 2016

Peep Hole - Part 6 of 6 - Matching

Fig.1 Small brush
By Gary Boutin

Tools and Supplies:
Brush #8 
Behr Premium Plus Ultra Paint
Paint can opener
Tarps (if needed)

Mrs. Black wanted a Giant Screen Viewer peep hole on her front door to be able to see people at her door.

This post shows the four steps of matching the door color. 

Step 1: The white viewer stands out on the door. The viewer was painted using Behr Premium Plus Ultra Paint.
Fig.2 Quart of Ultra Paint


Step 2: Fig.3 shows the color chart for Behr Premium Plus Ultra Paint. This paint has primer which will save a step in the painting process.
Fig.3 Color chart
Step 3: Not much paint is needed to cover the exterior of the viewer. Fig.4 show the use of paint from the paint can cap and a #8 brush or the smallest brush available. Fig.5 shows that a piece of paper was placed not to get any new paint on the door.

Fig.4 Paint can lid
Fig.5 Blocking
Step 4: Fig.6 shows the viewer is matched and the job is done.
Fig.6 Job matched
Peep Hole Series Below:



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