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...
If there are cracks in the artificial rock the paint will not hide it so that is not the solution if that is what you are looking ot do.
If water is still beading up on the wood I would wait until it does not before putting on an acrylic product as it will not adhear to the wood.
Yes a dark green will fade faster on siding than say a light beige. I would go with an exterior acrylic semi-gloss as a semi-gloss will hold up lon...
The Flood Company has another product that may be better and is called Flood Pro and it has a better pigment package that will last longer than the...
Yes you can apply latex paint over an oil based primer, but you will need to prime the entire wall to get an even finish as the primer will seal th...
You will need to prime the other rooms with an oil based stain killer such as Zinsser Cover Stain to hold back the marker and crayon.
I agree that you should use a flat acrylic on your stucco as there is no real advantage to using a satin and the flat will look much better. Just b...
The primer to use is Zinsser BIN as it will hold back any residue of the grease way better than KILZ.
The best thing to do is remove all of the paint on this window and start over. I take it this is an older house with a lot of paint build up that i...
I would paint the ceiling flat as it looks much better and you are not going to be washing ceilings anyway. The color can be either a white or the ...
The Gardz product is great and we sell many gallons of it. It does not eliminate the mudding and sanding process but sticks the face paper of the d...
The areas damaged by the removal of the tile can be repaired with drywall mud. If you pull alot of the drywall paper off the GUARDZ will glue that ...
If you don't want to remove all the coating, which would be best in my opinion as this was a bad system to start with, you should just stay with th...
The only way to get rid of the mildew at this point is to remove and replace the drywall as it is on the back side as well as the front and will co...
You will need to sand and scrape the walls to remove any loose and flaking paint and then prime with a pigmented shellac primer such as Zinsser BIN...
I would prime the walls and ceiling with Zinsser BIN which is a pigmented shellac. This will hold back the stains that are on the walls and ceiling...