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    Hi po sa lahat,

    Newbie po dito sa forum and firs time din sumali sa forum.

    Palipat po kami ngayon sa bago naming bahay this holy week. Wala pa pintura yung pinto and hagdan namin which are made of wood. Kami nalang po ng wife ko magpipintura kasi wala naman kami gagawin this holy week. Pwede ko po ba malaman ang step by step para sa pag pintura ng kahoy na wala pang pintura.

    Gusto din sana namin gumamit ng water based na pintura para sa kahoy? pwede po ba yun?If pwede, anong name ng pintura at pano ang application nun?

    Thnx!

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    Re: Wood Painting

    HI there pcatbagan,

    First and foremost, since this is your first time to join the forum discussion since your registration last mid of Sept. last year, may I suggest you give sometime to introduce yourself to us in the "MEMBER INTRODUCTION", its just right under the GAZEBO if you scroll down the index page of PHM.

    Say something about yourself, hobbies or interest, where are you from, what interests you in joining PHM. Nothing really that is personal, just want to know you better. OK bro ?? Anyway WELCOME to the community of DIYers and do enjoy the site.

    NOW to answer your query, for your wooden door, there will still be some preps needed ahead before applying stain or paint. Sand your door to a fine and smooth finish, wipe clean then brush on several coats of an anti termite solution to preserve your door, let it dry completely for a few days, you can use Solignum Clear wood preservative. Then you can apply Boysen sanding sealer on the entire door. Usually for wooden doors staining and varnishing the surface is the usual practice but if you prefer painting and concealing the wood, you can opt for an enamel paint whether flat coat, semi gloss of totally gloss looking. Since you prefer to use water base paint, apply first a coat or two of flat latex paint then let dry completely. Before you apply your preferred topcoat, do sand again your door to achieve a fine and smooth surface, wipe it clean removing paint dust then you can now apply your final coating or finished coating. May I suggest you use a gloss type of latex paint to achieve a very nice looking finish plus the gloss type paint includes polymer solution which also helps prevent water from penetrating the paint and ruining the wood surface.

    And for your stairs, follow the same procedure of preparation but usually stairs are not painted but stained and applied with polyurethane varnish to preserve the wooden surface.


    Hope this helps !!!
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    • #3
      Re: Wood Painting

      Agree with Sir Rosy regarding the stairs.

      Ganun ang ginawa ko sa stairs namin pero may I add na medyo matagal ang drying time ng polyurethane. Allow mga 24 hours para pwede na sya tapakan.
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      • #4
        Re: Wood Painting

        On the stairs, a usual technique is to paint alternate steps first, then, when dry, paint the other set. For example, if you will number your steps 1, 2, 3, 4..., paint the odd number steps first. Then, when dry, paint the even number steps. That way, you can still use the stairs even while waiting for paint to dry.

        Put a marker (post-it or masking tape) on the banister of the wet step to remind people not to step on it.

        On stain, sanding sealer, and top-coat (e.g. polyurethane), it is always best to buy the same brand so you are sure they're all compatible.

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        • #5
          Re: Wood Painting

          Sirs,

          Thnx sa replies

          Done npo yung introduction.

          Got some additional questions:

          1. for the stairs what is the step by step procedure in applying sanding sealer then polyurethane coat
          2. What are the cheaper brand for sanding sealer and polyurethane coat
          3. Is sanding sealer applied by brush
          4. If my door has an existing paint will i still apply sanding sealer
          Last edited by pcatbagan; 03-22-2013, 10:47 AM.

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          • #6
            Re: Wood Painting

            Originally posted by pcatbagan View Post
            Sirs,

            Got some additional questions:

            1. for the stairs what is the step by step procedure in applying sanding sealer then polyurethane coat
            2. What are the cheaper brand for sanding sealer and polyurethane coat
            3. Is sanding sealer applied by brush
            4. If my door has an existing paint will i still apply sanding sealer

            For no. 1, after all the preps have been done (sanding with different grade of sandpaper, dusting off and applying an anti termite and wood borer chemical sol) , simply brush on your sanding sealer two or three times times ( my personal preference ), drying each coat before the next application, then let dry completely for a few days before applying the preferred wood stain, and again drying the wood completely and finally brush on or spray the polyurethane with again several coats, letting it dry completely before each new coating is applied.

            For no. 2, You can stick with the Boysen brand of wood stain, sanding sealer and polyurethane for consistency.

            For no. 3, , YES !!

            For no. 4,, If you will sand it up to the bare wood, you may but if not then you can sand the existing paint lightly to remove the gloss coating and even out the surface then you can apply now your preferred color of enamel, by brush, roller or spray painting if you have a compressor and some spray kit.


            HOPE THIS HELPS !! !
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            • #7
              Re: Wood Painting

              Thnx this will truly helps

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              • #8
                Re: Wood Painting

                bro rosy,

                ack! i applied sanding sealer first on a new bare door before i thought of applying termite protection first. can i still use solignum even with a layer of SS? thanks.

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                • #9
                  Re: Wood Painting

                  Yes bro you can still do that but make sure its the Solignum clear that you use if you will decide to use wood stain and then poly on your door for its top coat finish.
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                  • #10
                    Re: Wood Painting

                    thanks rosy, what a relief.

                    actually, i havent decided if i should use poly (with stain) or paint the door to a color. i want poly, commander wants a color hehehe

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                    • #11
                      Hello po, bago lang po ako sa site na ito, ako po ay si Kevin Domingo, from Calamba city. Ask ko lang po sana kasi ako ay magiging daddy na po sa panganay kong anak. May minana po kaming crib para sa baby namin, ito po ay yari sa palochina, mejo May kalumaan na po at may pingas at gasgas na. Ano po ang dapat kong gawin para marestore po ang crib? Ano pong klaseng pintura ang maaari kong iapply? Salamat p.o..

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                      • #12
                        Hello Kevin,

                        Gamitan mo ng sandpaper ang wooden crib mo para maging mas madulas at malinis
                        ang surface after which punasan ng medyo basang trapo para maalis ang dust.

                        You can use an oddorless non toxic and non lead paint kun gusto mong maputi o
                        medyo may kulay ang crib. Davies paint yata ang brand ng pintura at yung oddorless.
                        Be sure to ask the hardware seller about the paint you will bye or do some researching,
                        google it for additional information.


                        By the way, welcome to PHM !
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                        • #13
                          Thanks po for the reply. I appreciate it.

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