Go and get yourself some GOOF OFF and that will get it out.
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Yes there are wallcovering products called walliner that will bridge over the grooves in paneling and you either paint it or put regular wallpaper ...
Yes the power washer would be good way to clean dirt and mildew and to remove some of peeling paint. You just have to be careful not to damage the...
I don't see why you can't apply the fence paint over the spray that you used as all it really is just a primer anyway. . A good way to paint a fe...
Yes you can apply an acrylic/latex finish paint over an oil based primer. You should apply 2 finish coats for the longest lasting job. Also don't u...
It sounds as if there was to much colorant in the paint and it has just stayed soft. I would prime the walls with an oil based primer before painti...
First off one coat of primer is all you need as primers are not designed to cover well as they are designed to prime and seal the surface and the f...
You should use the wallpaper remover DIF and if the wallpaper has a vinyl coating that will not allow the water to get to the back of the paper you...
I would prime with a pigmented shellac such as Zinsser BIN to make sure you don't have problems with the old adhesive bleeding through.
It sounds like you may have gotten it on to heavy and it cracked because of this. You may be able to get rid of it by putting on a thin coat and sa...
As long as the paint has not frozen, and if it did it would be luppy like cottage cheese and does not turn sour (it would smell like sour milk) it ...
If the semi gloss is to shiney then what you need to find is a satin black in oil based paint, but bear in mind that a satin will noy hold up as we...
So are you saying that the second time you used an oil based primer and an oil based finish coat? Are you sanding after you apply the primer?
I would think that you should sand it to get it smooth and then prime it with an acrylic primer before you paint. If you are going to wallpaper you...
Mr P. Are you saying that with a gray primer you don't get a true color even with 2 finish coats over it? Gray primer seems to be all the ra...
You only need to prime the areas that are peeling down to the block. It would not hurt to sand to remove the the gloss, and it will be faster than ...
It you just have regular lap siding you can use a WIZZ roller which has nap on the end and will coat the bottom edge of the siding. I have used thi...
It is very expensive and you could have you house painted at least 3 to 4 times with regular paint. It will not cure peeling paint and it may e...
The reason you don't want to paint in direct sun is that the paint will not adhear to the surface like it should as it drying to fast. You also hav...