The best thing you can do is go to a paint store and not a home center to get your paint as that is all they do and will give you the right paint f...
If the paint was coming off in thick rubbery strips that would not be just your paint as a coat of paint is about as thick as a sheet of tissue pap...
If you remove the wallpaper you will also remove the face paper of the drywall and then you will have to skim coat the whole wall. The best thing t...
There are companies that specialize in painting counter tops and that would be your best bet as opposed to doing it yourself as the chance for fail...
You may want to sponge the tape joints to smooth them out some more and there is less dust than sanding. Then you will need to prime the entire are...
I think the best to remove the paint off of the floors would be with a floor sander and if you are handy you could do this yourself. Now bear in mi...
I feel that even 1 day is not long enough to wait afetr power washing a house it should be at least 3 clear days before painting is started. There ...
Just remember that once you go with textured walls you have to live with it for pretty much ever. You should call the Ralph Lauren help line to see...
What type of paint (oil or latex) did they use ? How long did they wait after washing the house did they start painting ?
If the paint on the pleaster is flat you can assume it is latex and you can just go over it with latex flat wall paint in the color of your choice....
I would suggest you call a paint store (not a home center) in your area and get a reccomendation on what to use on your ceiling and they should be ...
If they are ceramic tiles you could use paint remover on them, but be sure to try a samll spot to be sure it does not damage the tiles.
It sounds as if this may be more than than the 2 of you can handle and I would suggest you call someone who does plaster repair.
I would go with the 1/4" drywall as the end result will look the same and it will be less work on your part.
You need to find out who painted that house and contact them so that they can have their insurance company take care of it.
You could go buy one of thoes tools that that will break the surface of the paper (one brand is called a paper tiger) and then use the steamer.
Go with the thinest drywall you can find and tape the seams and then skim coat the entire wall. That way you will have a very smooth walls. Then b...
You should go to a paint store (not a home center) as they will be able to mix stain to get the color/effect you are looking for. Good Luck
I have seen the angled part painted the wall color and also have seen the the flat part of the ceiling painted a contrasting color. But then again ...