Painting A Hand Rail. How To Paint Stair Railing.

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17 Responses to Painting A Hand Rail. How To Paint Stair Railing.

  1. Christopher Grosz says:

    How do you paint the balusters?

  2. Chris Sweeney says:

    Very nice demonstration of the A.S.S. technique – Apply, Spread, Smooth.
    Good work as always!

  3. hoplite101able says:

    Always get the urge to paint when I watch your good vids.. lol

  4. brad danielson says:

    Can brush marks be covered with another coat of latex paint using a high
    quality brush? Thx for these videos!

  5. Jon Kramer says:

    Great video …

    like the question below…. how bout a baluster painting demo ?

  6. Sarah Szczypinski says:

    I REALLY didn’t want to mask and spray my handrail, so thanks so much for
    posting an alternative option :)

  7. Paul Rhodes says:

    Great info!

  8. John 1112 says:

    How to slow down drying time ?

  9. Dharma Kissoon says:

    you put the paint bucket in a bucket….clever 

  10. Nick Geschke says:

    The paint in the 5 gallon bucket is genius!! I’m a start doing that. Just
    one paint spill makes it worth it in hindsight lol.

  11. William Taylor says:

    ive been a painter for 45 years this dudes a pro no dout !

  12. fds says:

    These videos are great. Really helpful tips and tricks. Thanks buddy

  13. Peg Dimarco says:

    Go to woodprix webpage if you’d like to know how to build it. Good
    solutions for everyone I think

  14. Tomeka Pompey says:

    My works too. Used woodprix handbooks and build it with no problems.

  15. alwaysrockn2009 says:

    Great video and awesome tips as usual from a pro. Perfect timing because
    this will be a new project to tackle next month. If you are applying
    multiple coats would you recommend using a deglosser between each for max
    adhesion? Don’t know if that would help paint stick to itself or not.

  16. alwaysrockn2009 says:

    Would a small sprayer like the Titan Flexsprayer or Graco’s Truecoat would
    have been a good option instead of the paintbrush? I’m not sure what kind
    of finish they would provide so I’m hoping you can help.

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