No,this cannot be repainted after it gets wet,this will need replacing.
Hi,you will want to use a satin,pearl,or an eggshell sheen.We always use H irshfields top scrub paint it is a good quality paint at a really decent...
Like 5 said the walls are mushy and damp it has nothing to do with the paint,you have water damage from someplace,and until this is fixed you could...
I lived in the country of Northern MN,and I tell you these things are unstopable.They were horrible mainly towards the fall when they ran out of fo...
After it warms up use a little marvel mystery oil,dura lube,found at most stores do not use DW-40 it gums up compared to the others.This should kee...
Minty green,bright yellows (doesnt have to be canary),baby blues,and bright whites.
It sounds to me like you have a complete remodling going on,because alot of your posts has to do with new,trim and texturing and drywall.If it is p...
You need ladders,planks,scaffolding,ladder jacks,liability insurance what if your washer bounced down the stairs and hit their new truck,freak acci...
Was the wood properly sealed with sanding sealer or wood sealer 1st then varnished,polyed,or lacquered?If not then this is the problem
Does this have a sealer on top of it?If so then try a test spot on an area with a damp rag with paint thinner on it.A sealer will seal off the stai...
Is it a flat door or does it have raised panels,if it truely flat yes,you can roll it otherwise it is hard to do if not flat.You can get a smooth l...
All the ones I use of the new home builders around here don't use any caulking on the trim or crown molding,so I guess I haven't ran into this.
The holes from the nails should be really small and spaced apart to where their shouldn't be too many of them,and you fill them with wood filler an...
You can do this on your own and save some money,depending on how much trim and moldings you plan on getting,you can spray this with a rental spraye...
If your friends house is a new house then I would be 99.9% certain that whoever painted the house prefinished all the casings and trim and moulding...
Have you tried Feebreeze yet (however it is spelled)or maybe a local drycleaner has a product you could put on or more advice.Would be a good place...
If you have a home depot near you they run alot of different free classes check with them and see.
I don't think you will get a clear answer on that one they both are top brands.I don't think 1 will out last the other you will get alot of debate ...