Why are you having to paint the steps and botom again?
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There is a concrete patching material that comes in a caulk tube and you can find that at your local building supply.
There have been some changes in things since this post started. I would use the DIF Gel remover to get off the glue that is still on the wall. Then...
You want to use the 3M safe release #2080 tape for this. I would wait at least 4 to 5 days to be safe.
Sure you can paint stucco and it hold paint very well. The first thing you need to do is wash the stucco before you paint and this is to remove...
The JOMAX is great at removing dirt and mildew so it should take care of most of your project. All you need to add is regular household bleach to t...
You need to wash this area at least once a year to remove the moss/mildew that is growing in this area. That is the way to combat this as if allowe...
I would scrape off what is loose and hopefully it will be the entire room. Then you can sand the edges to feather them out, and then prime the enti...
Let me add another thing about paint spraying. There are some that say you have to thin the paint down alot to get it through a sprayer but if you ...
If it is wood siding then spraying is the better way to go as you apply more paint than brushing. Just be sure to use the premium exterior acrylic ...
Yes you can paint brick and it hold paint very well, and you can get easily ten years out a paint job. You will need to wash the brick to remov...
You don't want to use an epoxy unless you know for sure that there is a vapor barrier under the concrete. The moisture coming up through the concre...
You may want to try and find someone with a hot water power washer as that may speed up the process.
I would sand it lightly to smooth it out. As far as a primer I would use the GARDZ primer from Zinnser which will hold back any glue that may be st...
I did find a manufacturer of of veneer plaster base or as some call it blue board. It is a division of USG which is a large supplier of drywall pro...
You may be able to scrape it off. I would try doing it dry but you may have to dampen it slightly to remove it, as alot of times these are just dry...
So is BEHR going to pay for the fix? It seems that if you followed the directions they should pay.