The first coat of paint was painted on a wall.
The next coat was applied on the exterior, and the last coat was painted around the perimeter of the building.
Architectural Coatings has a coat of the same coat applied on each exterior, to give it a “soft touch.”
For a more detailed look at the process, check out their coat room webpage.
Architectural Coat & Door Paintings’ website has some of the first coat applications.
Source: Architectural Paint Coatings /r/”The most interesting things about coatings are that they can be applied over a period of time and still be effective.
It takes a long time for the coating to dry, but when it is dry, the coat is still functional and effective.
If it is too thick, it becomes an oil that you need to apply a lot of oil to get it to dry.
If the coating is too thin, it will rub against the surfaces of the surfaces you are painting over and you’ll start losing coatings.
So, how does one apply coatings over time?”—Alexandra Lee, a local architect in San Francisco, USA.
Source::architecturecoatings.comArchitecture Coatings’ coat room website has a few coat application videos.