Yes I would repair those cracks with fiberglass mesh tape and Durabond 90 and then the final skim coat of regular joint compound.
Are you feathering the edges out from the repair? Are you sanding or better yet sponging the compound smmoth? Are you priming the repaired ...
Are you talking about the window sashes? Which is the part of the window that moves or the brick molding/ trim around the outside of the window. ...
If there is a gloss on the trim you can be sure that it has a finish over the stain and you will want to sand it to give the paint something to adh...
The black primer does seem a bit odd but if 2 or more coats of finish paint are applied over it the color should be fine.
I take it that the paneling is older and has darkened up over the years. To prep the paneling before you paint it you will want to wipe it down...
There is not a paint made that will not fade after 25 years, and all you need to look at is your car, and that paint is a way more high tech than w...
I would wash it down with amonia and water to make sure it is clean and then prime it with an acrylic latex primer. The finish paint can be an acry...
I would not use it as some of the ingredients in the paint such as mildewcide break down over time. I would just go and buy more paint as it is not...
You will have to cut the bubbles out and fill in the areas with spackling. What you should do when you remove the face paper of the drywall is ...
You will need to wire brush the rust off it, that is if it is rusty. Then prime with an oil based metal primer and then topcoat with an acrylic sat...
You will want to prime it with an acrylic primer and then topcoat it with at least 2 coats of an acrylic semi-gloss.
You can't go wrong with either a Wooster or a Purdy brush. In the Wooster line they have the extra firm which is great with acrylic semi-gloss pain...
Yes you can paint it, but do not paint it any darker than it is now as it will warp from getting to hot. The siding will need to be washed to r...
You should just prime over the wallpaper with an oil based primer and then finish as you like. I have seen this done many times and it works.
I would use JOMAX to clean the siding as this product is applied with a pump up sprayer and washed off with a garden hose. It should not bother you...
Some caulks will do this and the shiney spots may dull down over time as the paint cures out(up to 30 days). I don't know of a primer that will tak...