What condition is the paint in? Is it peeling, chalking, flaking, or cracking? Is there mildew?
Most people use the pigmented BIN as it is easier to find and it works. I have found that as long as the floor is dry the BIN will hold the odor back.
I would remove that moldy joint compound from those walls if I was you. It will most likely cause you problems down the road.
I would think that a sponge and some soft scrub would remove it, or maybe just really hot water.
Yea you can paint formica is you prepare it properly. You will need to sand it with fine sandpaper, then wipe down with paint thinner, and follow this with an...
I would get some wallpaper remover to get the remaining adhesive off the walls. Then get off any loose drywall paper and prime with GARDZ from Zinnser which will ...
If the stain has dried and you have not sealed it yet, then you can wipe over the stain with lacquer thinner and remove the stain and just start over.
It sounds as if you did not get all of the old finish off as stain needs to be on bare wood. I would try and wipe over the stain with paint thinner as this may re...
This is why I have warned people about his type of product and as you know it is not cheap. Your problem may that moisture is being trapped behind the paint a...
So is this cinder block or as it sometimes is called CMU? When the paint peele is down to another coat of paint or the substrate?
You know that very well may work as a freezer is insulated. The cold is the problem not the heat. I would give it a try and see what happens.
How is the JOMAX applied? As it should be applied with a pump up garden sprayer and not run thru a power washer as it will be diluted to much to be effective. ...
It looks to me from the pictures that the rough spots are collecting dirt and maybe mildew. To see if it is mildew just put straight bleach on a dark spot and if ...
The shingles that are rough must have what is called flat grained wood and over time it will raise up and will cause the paint to crack and peel. This is the onl...
I am just wondering if the coating is coming off or is the grain of the wood getting this rough over time. Is this cedar or pine? Can you pull the coating...
Are the shakes smooth or rough sawn? Have you scraped over these rough spots to see if the coating comes off or not?
The sealer will not hide any car stains on your pavers as it is clear. I would call the BEHR help line and see if they can tell you if more coats can be applie...