If what you say was the case then the paint manufacturing companies would say this in there application instructions as they don't want a failure.
If this was raw wood then I would say that you need to back brush the paint for adhesion but on a repaint it does not make a difference. I have bee...
Yes you can sand and spackle the edges to smooth out the walls but it depends on how good of a job was done before as to how well you will be able...
Sorry but you are going to have to prime the wall before you texture as adding primer to the mud will not do the same thing. As far as thinning...
As far as what to use as texture it depends on what effect you want. The ready made textures will give a sand type of finish in either medium or ro...
I think you should contact the company that manufactured the roofing as it should not fade or discolor in one year.
You will need to sand the paint and then apply a coat of interior oil based primer over the existing oil based paint. Then you will ready to apply ...
I don't think need to sand all of the paint that is on the wall now as I said in the previous post I highly doubt that the paint is going to peel. ...
It sounds as if you applied to much paint to quickly and that can cause mud cracking of the paint. I doubt that it will peel. You will have to skim...
Unless you painted this room with no heat on and it was in the low 40's and below(inside) I doubt that was problem. What type of paint was on t...
I would check around and see if you can find a company that has a mechanical strpper to remove the paint as that would be very good way to go. The ...
I agree with the previous post and it sounds like to me that contractor does know how to or does not want to install HardiPlank.
You will need to get rid of the efforencence first in order for this product to adhear to the wall. You can do this with muratic acid. Once you hav...
That is your problem with the splotchy look on your siding. When the temprature gets that low at night you get either frost or dew on the siding an...
I would sand them with a fine sandpaper or better yet a sanding sponge. Then wipe them down with mineral spirits (paint thinner) and follow this wi...
What was the temprature when you applied the paint? How late in the day did you paint? Was there a heavy due the morning after you painted?
Yes you can paint this surface. You will need to clean it to remove dirt and grease and sand to to roughen up the surface to promote adhesion. Then...