I have not used nor do I know anyone that has as it is not widely sold in my area. But i do have some thoughts on it from what i have heard aro...
At this point I would stay with putting the red paint on. You should also use a 1/4 inch roller cover to apply the paint as it will put the paint o...
It more important to wait before priming raw wood than it is for a finish paint over a sealed surface. Remember the primer is what is actually adhe...
The best thing to do is go to Sherwin Willaims and ask them what primer they reccomend to use, as that way if you have any problems you have only o...
You should use the clear cedar as even if you are going to paint it. The finger jointed is junk as the joints were it is joined will move over ...
Use a wire brush to remove the rust and then prime with a rust resistant metal primer and apply your finsih paint. I would not spray the gutters as...
Oil based paints don't sour so that is not where the odor is coming form. Have you applied a finish coat of paint yet?
If the paper is on the wall tight you can prime it with an oil based primer and finish with you choice of latex topcoat.
I would lightly sand the wall as it most likely has a sheen to it and then put a coat of Zinsser Shieldz over the entire wall and then hang your pa...
If you used the latex version of KILZ it sounds like it had soured and that will give you a bad odor. If the odor does not go away on it's own you ...
You know that they make 4 1/2' wide drywall and that way you will have only one seam on the side walls.
It has been my experence that the drywall starts to break down and if you use an acrylic primer it will bleed through. The primer to use to be real...
You could use a water reducible urethane and then you will not have to worry about the finish turning yellow.
I would try and remove the paper in a out of the way spot to see if it will come off without tearing up the walls. If the walls were painted and or...
What you need to get is a Paper Tiger which will put small slices in the paint/paper and allow the remover to get behind it and soften the glue. Yo...
If the wallpaper is on the walls tight I would not remove it but would prime it with an oil based primer and paint with the latex finish paint of y...
Well of course the whites are going to have less fading than a color. Also after 6 years any color will have faded out some and don't believe the a...