Finally, Caromal Colour Putty’ing My Guest Bath Cabinet…

I’ve wanted to use the Caromal Colours Texture Basecoat color Putty for awhile now – I really like the color when more Toner is left on it (left side) –

The before- oak cabinets that were builder sprayed-

Here’s the first layer of Caromal Colours Putty brushed on –

Yuk, disregard the mess inside the cabinet!

On to layer two – took about 20 minutes –

Like my companion?

After it dried (about 30 minutes) I light sanded the flat surfaces using the palm sander, then applied the Toner-

Brushing on the toner is just that –  brush it on-

I wanted the darker toned putty cabinets  so I lightly blotted the glaze off here and there using a dry rag..

and then using a DRY chip brush I lightly pull it downward, to smooth out any rag marks –

Piece by piece-

Good comparision of an Untoned Putty door and a Toned Putty door-

All done-

One last look at the before –

Want to know more about application and use of Caromal Colours Textured Basecoats?   Start here –


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