Published at Monday, 05 November 2018. Ceiling. By Kaitlin Pugh.
So what we did here is that I set up some horses here and the package that we have comes 14 square feet, there's actually six of these inside and what we need to do is we need to grab our Minwax and we're using a slate coloring, and We have to do this in three processes, so we're just going to smear it on, and I just don't want to be too heavy with it, but it's a lot better going on with the ride than it is to actually do it with a paintbrush. So I'm just going across and as it's just sitting here, it's grabbing more and more of the slated color, but we have found that actually, one coat is not enough, and so at the end of this, what I'm just going to do is I'm going to take one a cloth and just go all the way off all the way off, so that there are no stroke marks at all and then we're just going to put this aside and we're going to let it sit for about 10-15 minutes.
So we're just going to move that over and here's one that's already completed, and we have found that this is just not strong enough of a color to go onto the ceilings, so we're going to apply another coat to it and it's going to deepen it up. Even more but you'll notice that some of the grain is actually starting to get lost within the tinting. So we have a little thing for that because we're going to have to apply a block to this any way to make it more refined when it goes up into the ceiling and we're doing all of this before it goes into the ceiling. Because it's a lot easier to control, especially getting into the little cracks that are very hard to get when you're actually having to go upside down and look up into the ceiling. Now that the second coat is on we're using a water-based bear thing. Everything that we're doing is actually water-based and what this is going to do is give it a shine, but it's also going to peel off some of the layers so that the grain is really coming through.
The room that we're doing here is in the basement and the whole ceiling dimensions here are 14 feet by 14. So, let's show you how we're actually making this so. The first thing that we wanted to do is that we were going to do a drop ceiling in there, A package that covered 14 square feet and what we're doing here is that we're completing it into a barn full finish. So then, when it's melted up into the ceiling, this is actually wainscot and that's going to actually fit together And what we're doing is we're taking it from the really rough package and giving it a finish to it so that it looks like it's actually really refined and really decor branch.
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