So the spots feel damp to the touch?
I have found out that the BIN primer which is a white pigmented shellac ( there are other brands) holds back the staining from the adhesive left on...
The boiled linseed oil sounds like a good way to go to me.
I take it you have synthetic stucco not the old concrete type. It sounds as if water is getting behind it and that is not all that unusual with thi...
The products you are useing are the ones I would go with, but are you giving them enough time to work. You should let the removal product set at le...
You will have to get that old asphalt based adhesive off before you can apply paint to the floor. If you do not you will have adhesion problems. Ha...
A lot of times this stucco texture is just thinned down drywall compound and comes of when it is wet down, so you may want to try out a wallpaper s...
You may want to try one the durabond setting type products, it comes in 5 minute up to 90 minute seting times. You will need to sand the walls very...
That is the problem with conventional sprayers and HVLP sprayers as you have to thin the paint down alot to get it to spray. You just have to make ...
Sure the adhesive could have mildew in the bucket and that would give you this type of odor. The only way to fix that is to remove the paper and st...
It could be mildew. I would dab some bleach on a dark spot and see if that gets rid of it. Post your results here.
I would take all of the drywall down and start over. As for the floor to block out the pet odor I would reccomend you prime the floor with BIN Prim...
It all depends on the pressure and the GPM on which would be the best for your use.
There is a product made by the Zinsser Company called Gardz that will stick that loose drywall paper back down so that you can smooth out the wall ...
If you are going to use a flat paint you do not need to seal/prime the walls, but if you are going to use a satin/eggshell finish you will need to ...
I would not reccomend painting the steps as it will be require constant maintenance , not unless you do not have anything else to do.
Try a Shurline Edger it work very well. It is a pad with wheeels that guide it along and give you a straight line.
In useing a stain killer be sure it is the oil based version as most companies are making different versions. These products along with Kilz( I lik...
The paint that was applied to the doors may still just be soft as it takes latex/acrylic paints at least 30 days to cure. Yes you should sand any r...