I was a bit under the weather Monday and rested yesterday since I wasn't quite back to 100%... but today, I started working on my cabinet painting project. You may or may not remember from an earlier post that I had the double wall oven removed and fitted pantry built in.
I waited til I had some uninterrupted time to tackle this project because... as you know when doing stuff around the house.... anything and everything can happen to interrupt. And I did not want to have a messed up kitchen when I was working outside the home for pay.
If you're into building/renovation like me, you can see the two previous incarnations of the oven/ovens here.
First the single wall oven with a cabinet underneath and then
the double wall ovens with a tiny cabinet underneath.
I filled all the holes and gaps, which went fast. And then I spent some time patching a knot in the plywood as well as a long "ripped" place closer to the door. Sanding in that narrow space was a challenge but I was pleased with how it turned out. Not perfect but a heckova lot better than what was there before. I can definitely live with this once painted.
This morning, I sanded. Even with a breathing mask, it was... *cough cough hack cough*
Doesn't everyone prop up stuff to be painted on cans?