I would stain and put at least on coat of finish on the railings first. Then you can tape the railing and prime and finish the spindles. You will w...
The first and most important thing you will need to do is wash the siding to remove dirt, mildew and old chalky paint. You will know if you have ch...
If it is a stained finish on the wood you can recoat it with shellac as it said to be non-toxic.
I would think that you will have to sand as the more product you put on the wood the more it will cover up the grain of the wood. So does the c...
If this ceilings has some age on it and I take it does as you are removing popcorn texture from it. The safest primer to use will be an oil based s...
I take it this is new unpainted veneer. If it is then you want to use an acrylic/latex primer on this surface and then finish with you choice o...
If you are building a deck with the new treated lumber (AZQ) you will have to wait a year before you apply a stain on the deck as the amount of cop...
Yeah you do have a problem as you should not have done this siding but twice or three times at the most in fourteen years. It may have not been cor...
In addition to the sanding you will need to wipe the foor down with paint thinner to remove the wax as sanding will not do it alone. The paint ...
It sounds like you did not get all of the glue from the border off and until that is completly removed you will continue to see it.
Yes you would mix the ammonia and water together. When you say silver I take you mean metalic or metal looking. Yes you could paint it with tha...
The best at holding up to moisture would be a spar varnish as it is made for exterior as well as interior use. You can get it in semi-gloss or high...
I take it this piece is covered in a fake wood grain pattern (most are). The first thing you need to do is be sure that it is clean by washing ...
You can get a color close to the mortar color as that can bring it all together. The shutters and door would look good in black.
The cleaner may have removed wax and general durt build up but I doubt it was the shellac. I would wash it again with ammonia and water to be sure ...
You have one of two choices. You need be sure that the loose paint is removed in either case. First you can fill in the bad areas with drywall ...