So is it peeling down to a pervious coat of paint? Is the last coat of paint latex/acrylic ?
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A great product to use will be JOMAX as it cleans and removes the mildew. All you need is a pump up garden sprayer and a hose to use this product. ...
The painter should have primed the texture before he applied a satin finish paint as the texture is very porous and needs to be sealed. The new spr...
The drywall will fuzz up less with an acrylic primer than just a latex primer as it has more solids and less water. Also for the smoothest wall you...
Why not look at one of the concrete sidings as they don't rot and hold paint great as they are much more stable than wood siding. I feel that v...
How about a floor sander? You know like the ones used on interior hardwoos floors. I have had customers that have used this method.
The company that is going to do your tub most likely can do the tile as well, at least the company that did mine does. The XIM compnay makes a ...
The oil based primer will offer the best resitance to moisture as it will not let it through and that is why you want to use it over your existing ...
If you don't mind the differnce in grain pattern you should be able to find a stain that will look good on both or you may have to use two differen...
Well once the siding starts to chalk you can only remove it temporarly as the surface is starting to break down. The best way to remove the chalk i...
The first thing you need to do is scrape and sand to remove the flaking paint then wash the ceiling with bleach, TSP, and water to remove dirt and ...
Was the woodwork caulked before it was painted? What type of paint was used on the woodwork and doors oil based or latex /acrylic? Were the...
Getting the cabinets clean and ready is the most important part. You will need to sand the cabinets with a fine sanding sponge to dull the surfa...
You can find aluminum gutters in many colors and one should be close to the color you have on your house or you could just paint your trim to match...
First a few of questions. Did you wash the siding before you painted it? Is this yellow growth all over or just on the knots? Was it an ...