MDF Radiator/Heater Cover Part 2 #23

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  • Published on Oct 7, 2018
  • So in this part 2 video, I will show you the next step in this heater cover build, I moved on to spraying the undercoat first, then after sanding I moved on to the top coat. This was a chalk paint, and probably not the best thing for spraying, but I managed to get a good finish on it
    The top is knotty pine board, I simply cut it down to size and then put 2 coats of wax on it to give it a darker rustic solid wood look to it. I'm really pleased with the cover, it couldn't have turned out better
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    Tools/Products used:
    Evolution table saw amzn.to/2KKRU9V
    Makita circular saw amzn.to/2Nci3PX
    Ryobi random orbital sander amzn.to/2wy1tVA
    Irwin squeeze clamps amzn.to/2MHnSpu
    Gorilla wood glue amzn.to/2P2QFpI
    Irwin sash clamps amzn.to/2P1Io54
    Wagner sprayer - amzn.to/2OBIFyX
    Metal clips - amzn.to/2IHqjXR
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Comments • 11

  • D Lamb
    D Lamb 9 months ago

    Very nice project. Looks really smart. Thoroughly enjoyed that.
    Cheers.

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  9 months ago +1

      Glad you like it, took a while to make it all, but I thought it worth while in the end.

  • mike nicholas
    mike nicholas 11 months ago

    Great job well finished,would be good to see a review from you for it as you already got one reviews iv seen for sprayers seem to be mostly costly ones which i would find to expensive,this vid was well worth the thumbs up really liking your content a normal bloke with everyday tools

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  11 months ago +1

      Thanks for the great feedback Mike, a review on the sprayer is very much in the pipeline. I tend to buy tools at prices I can justify, I only bought the sprayer as it was 25% off so I took a gamble on it, pleased I did

  • Pete Beardsley
    Pete Beardsley 11 months ago

    Nice result. A job well done.
    What are your thoughts on the electric sprayer? I've always been a bit wary of them myself, but they seem to be hugely popular now, so maybe they have improved some?

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  11 months ago +1

      Thanks Pete, I bought the sprayer from my local Homebase when it closed about 6 months ago, it was 25% off otherwise I wouldn't have bought it. I personally hate painting with a passion and the sprayer makes the job a lot less involved. There is overspray, so have to be careful not to get it everywhere, but it does leave a really nice finish, it's really easy to clean, and if using water based paint, you can water it down slightly and it will spray fine

  • Thomas Prendiville
    Thomas Prendiville 11 months ago

    I can't decide if it's bristolian or Gloucestershire but either way it's very familiar.
    Keep up the great work buddy 👍

    • mike nicholas
      mike nicholas 11 months ago

      lol i thought bristolian

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  11 months ago

      Well, it's neither, but you are very, very close indeed. It's bang in the middle, South Gloucestershire it be! 🤣

  • Philip Jones
    Philip Jones 11 months ago

    Good on you always good to have a go and make it yourself 👍

    • James' Man Cave
      James' Man Cave  11 months ago +1

      Thanks Philip, I always like to try to make something rather then buy it, mainly because I'm to tight to buy it 😂