Thursday, April 28, 2016

Thursday Day 6

A slow day for us since we could not get into the sanding/paint prep area. We did get a look late this afternoon as they started the masking process. The base coat of paint will be applied tomorrow. It goes into a high temp baking process when painting is finished. Next week it receives two coats of Super Clear Coat and gets baked in the oven again next Tuesday. 

The masking work takes several people. 
They must have a huge bill to pay for all the tape they go through in a day. 

The interior of the external "basement" cabinets are all sealed off with plastic sheeting 
to prevent paint spray and dust from entering the cabinets. 
We saw over a dozen motor homes line up for the paint booths.

They told us that it will look much better by Friday afternoon.

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