But to answer your question yes,it will look just fine.
I would lightly sand the painted surface just enough to break thru to the oil paint before priming (it should go fairly easy) with about a 120 grit...
You could also use lacqeror thinner,this doesnt affect brass either.Get a gallon pail and let soak for 10 minutes and should be able to get it off....
Im going to have to try the behr 500 and give it a shot just so I can see how it works,im not big into strippers.The hardest part to belive in a pr...
Our GDO has is able to set how much pressure it takes for it to open when it hits something.
They painted before the caulking was dry,it was prolly dry to the touch,but wasnt cured all the way yet,then when it dried (shrunk)it pulled the pa...
Does every corner have it?Im sure the builder had a drywall subcontractor come in and do this,I have never seen or heard of this before.You need to...
Sorry to say it but you will be sanding,stripper is made to take off products that dont penetrate,and seeing as that is all stain does.It is soaked...
Thats true as being a water based,so yeah it could be too.I dont use much water base.
Stripper may react with the brass (chemical components may have reaction)I would try Goof -Off found at most harware stores and m enards,h ome depo...
Did you do any kind of stainig or varnishing in that same room with the wagner or someother type of equiptment?
Can a person install this themsleves?Pretty good on working and fixing most things on my own.Do you have a link or anything for this?Lacqeror does ...
I am insulating my shop which is 32X28 and I will be doing painting and staining in it.Now some of the material I use such as lacqueror is pretty e...
Do they have to reframe,or just unscrew old door and put the new one in it's place?
If it was moisture,it would show up in more than 1 spot.Unless this an exterior door and has been in wet weather it should not have any kind of moi...
Just lightly sand it,use a 120 grit.Prime with Zinser primer 123,then you will be good to go with any paint you want.I havent heard of that product...
I use alot of Highbuild primer from H irshfileds and it is a pretty good line of product,i'd say get a quart and try and see,but I do belive it is ...
This varnish im sure has a sealer under it,and if not it is still virtually impossible to stain things without removing the clear on it.Stain will ...