You will need to apply tape and drywall mud to the seams to stop the cracking, and if they do not blend in smoothly then you could have the walls a...
A few questions to start with. Is this new or unpainted stucco? Are the cracks hairline or are they wider? Is the flexlox an elastomeric?
The primer to use in this case is the BIN pigmented shellac as that will hold back the odor. There is no need to prime over this with the oil based...
If at all possible paint before you move in as it will be easier and quicker. You also don't have to worry about getting getting sanding dust on yo...
You can add latex paint to drywall mud and get the color you want. You can add up to a gallon of paint to a 5 gallon bucket of mud.
You need to use what is called greenboard in the bathroom as it is moisture resistant and be sure to mud the joints and screw/nail heads with a set...
In paint acrylic and latex are both water based but the 100% acrylic is of a higher quality and will last longer than a plain latex. You really do ...
You will need to sand it with fine sandpaper and wipe off with a damp cloth. Then you will want to prime it with an oil based undercoater but not o...
You could use it but it does not have the durability that a wall paint has and it will mark up easily and you will not be able to wipe any marks of...
If you use a completely clear product the wood will turn gray, and this can happen rather quickly especially on the south side of the house. I woul...
In dark colors you should use a satin finish as they do mark up rather easily in a flat finish, but it does take latex paints thirty days to cure o...
Wow you have alot going on here. First off unless oil soild stain was used the raw wood should have been primed with PRIMER as oil based gloss ...
I would fill the large holes after you prime the paneling and then spot prime the filled areas. The key to painting knotty pine paneling is making ...
You will need to remove all of the adhesive from the wallpaper and the paneling before you skim the walls with joint compound.
The problem is not the shellac primer but in the first finish coat and the spray paint. The spray paint has solvents in it that can cause this to h...
Sure you can paint over the wallpaper if it is tight on the wall. If it is a paper backed wallpaper which is what is normally used in a residential...
It is always a good idea to box or mix paint when you have more than one container as you found out even factory made colors can vary from one can ...
I think that drywall was first used in the late 40's and for sure in the 50's. It sounds as if your house was gutted and then redone with drywall. ...