I believe this is my first post here. I have been reading a lot but being new here, I don't have much advice to give (see below).
I am relatively a newbie when it comes to woodworking but I enjoy it.
I just finished building a media storage case (60h x 23w) to fit in a small area in the entertainment room. I routed the dados in for all the nine shelves (probably should have done top, bottom and middle). Then glued it up and all.
Now I realize that I should have stained it prior to assembly. Oh well, it gives me an excuse to get another tool...LOL. THAT'S MY ADVICE...LOL
Well a brush just doesn't do the job properly because it is assembled and I thought of using a spray gun. I have a small pancake, 4 gallon 115 PSI, compressor that should be adequate for a small job.
I was looking at a spray gun and saw one that used a mason jar for the tank and thought that, as I don't do much woodwork yet, this would be good for me to keep the left over stain, paint, etc (of course in separate jars).
Anyone every use this type? I believe Woodcraft has one (Critter) and Lee Valley (no name) both priced in the $40-50 range. Looking for opinions on these.