There are so many variables it is hard to comment. Solids content of the finish... how heavy you spray... how much sanding you do between coats (or after). I agree the best advice is don't try to chase perfection off the gun... especially if you are like me and using a small HVLP (5500) and no spray booth. Generally speaking I lay down two good coats, lightly sanding in between, wait a week or two and rub out the finish as best I can.
Hi forum! I'm in the market for a surge protector, but I'm getting lost with all these joules, gauges and amp ratings. I'm planning to plug in a scroll saw (the Dewalt 788, 1.3 Amp), a belt/disc sander (not sure on amps), a work light, a couple of lithium battery chargers, and possibly more. And I'd like a cord length of 6-8 feet. Can anyone direct me to a good buy for these purposes? From what I'm understanding, I'll want at least 600 joules and at least a 14 gauge cord, but I'm new to power tools and want to make sure I don't fry my stuff! Any recommendations are greatly appreciated!