Liquid vs. electric sander for bathroom vanity

mickeddieOctober 27, 2009

Hi,

I have a single vanity in my bathroom that I want to paint. Is it easier/more cost effective to us a liquid sander product, an electrical sander, or a simple sponge sander? It's a 30" wide cabinet.

Thanks so much,

Michelle

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HandyMac

Use a sponge---lightly. Then primer with BIN, by Zinsser. If you cannot easily find BIN, use Bullseye123 by the same company.

That primer will stick well to the lightly sanded surface and. Then use whichever paint you wish.

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