I determined that all of the pieces, that I have been spraying, are acceptable. I spent some time Jockeying everything around, moving all of my finished pieces out to the garage, and setting up the sides and the shelves for spraying.
I want to finish all of the spraying this weekend, and hopefully deliver and install next week. I determined that the only way to do that, would be to spray both sides at once. I grabbed a bunch of scrap wood and some screws, and got to work. For the larger side pieces, I attached one triangular-shaped piece of plywood. I used two screws so the support wouldn’t pivot. I attached it to an edge that would not be visible, so it wouldn’t matter if it did not get sprayed.
For the shelves, I went with a smaller piece of wood. Again, I used two screws. Since there wasn’t an additional piece of oak attached to either side, like the side pieces, I pre-drilled first to insure that I did not split the plywood.
Since the shelves have a large lip from the edge-banding, I intend to spray one side, then pick up the shelves by the lip, and move them off to the side. This should leave me plenty of room to move around.
I was able to do the same thing with the sides. Since they had trim attached, I sprayed the inside first, then moved them by the lip under the trim, to leave room to spray the other side.
I really like the speed and consistency of this sprayer, but it sure does vaporize a good deal of my finish. I probably used three times as much as I would with a brush. You can see the fog that I work in when spraying. I am really glad that I decided to invest in a respirator for this project. The big problem that I keep having is the vapor lands all over me, while I am working. My arm hair feels like it is covered in hair spray. It is disgusting. I need to invest in a few sets of disposable overalls.