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MrsD

07:26PM | 08/10/00
Member Since: 01/31/00
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My husband and I would like to get back the "natural" look of our cedar siding. Right now our house is brick red. The house used to be the horrid olive green color. The green paint is under the red. Any suggestions? We have talked about sandblasting, but I haven't researched it to see if it is even feasible. We would rather not go to the expense of hiring someone to do this for us. Any advice for the do-it-yourselfers would be greatly appreciated!!

Chip

10:21AM | 08/24/00
Sandblasting, you really have to be carefull with that. Sandblasting wood can damage your siding. What you could do is take a piece of the siding to a reputable paint dealer and have them match the color on the reverse side that has not been painted and repaint your house with that.


MrsD

12:23PM | 08/24/00
Member Since: 01/31/00
76 lifetime posts
Thanks!! I haven't even considered doing that!
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