You will not be able to use a regular stain on this if it has a finish on it now as the stain will be able to penetrate into the wood. You will nee...
There is nothing wrong with oil based polyurethane on interior brick as I have seen it used many times. I also doubt you will have efforessence on...
Just remember that your paint job is only as good as the one you are going over. So if there is peeling paint now it may peel again and take what y...
It could be moisture still in the brick as 48 hours may not have been long enough. You may just have to give a few lore days and see if it clears u...
There is a product call KRUD KUTTER they may take the dried paint out. Good luck.
You may just have to repaint the post, but I would try a spot to make sure the stain does not bleed through.
There could have been some wallpaper removal in the past that caused some of this and there could have been latex paint applied over an ol based pa...
I would use the regular DIF that you mix with water rather than the gel. You need to get as much of the old glue off as possible as if it will ...
You may not have lead based paint but to be sure you may want to check it and you can get test kits at some home improvement stores. As far as ...
If they are wood cabinets that are stained and have either polyurethan or lacquer, then this is the process to paint them. First sand then to d...
You may want to start over with a primer to get an even base to paint over, and most paint companies are going with a shade of gray primer to help ...
Yes I would go with an oil based primer to be sure you don't have adhesion problems down the road.
I don't know what the cost should be, but this not a one day job. It will take a few days and several trips to get all this finished. The drywall r...
I would try sanding to smooth out the texture and you may have to use a vibrating sander to smooth it out. Then prime it with an acrylic bonding pr...
I would think that a good building supply will have and you will probably not find it at a big box store.
I would stick with the remover but would add a stiff brush to agitate the remover before the power washer.
I would just get the dust off with a shop vac as far as preperation before painting. Then you will need to prime it with an acrylic enamel underc...