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I say oil based primer & paint. And the reason is, most of the manufactured doors these days are veneered & not solid. Water based Acrylic primer & paint are okay on a solid wood door , but is is bad for veneered doors. I sell both types of doors. And my customers are all told to use oil based products when finishing their doors. If they don't ...
I'd probably try a car-paint touch-up product.
I was researching exactly the same thing and came across a few products that does not require you to scrape the paint off. EcoBond - you paint the surface and it will reactive with lead.
I think there is some confusion going on, pressure treated lumber for ground contact and yard / deck use is a completely different animal than the pressure treated radiata pine product that is used for trim, fascia, and barge rafters. This material is kiln dried and as a contractor since 1989 and a carpenter since 1978 the pressure treated resawn pine is ...
Instead of painting pucks why not just order colored ones? http://www.ministicks.com/colored_hockey_pucks_and_colored_foam_hockey_pucks_s/14687.htm This page has 4 different colors for regulation pucks, and 8 colors for regulation size foam pucks. This was my first search and I'm sure you could find others if you needed something specific.
I just redid our walls with 16 year old latex eggshell paint stored in it's original can in our basement. It had been stored upside-down and was in fine condition. I put it into another container and used my electric beaters, mixing it with just a touch of water and it worked well. Now I'm wondering what I can put the bit that's still left into and keep it ...
Just go the paint store or home improvement store and tell them you want white interior trim paint. It is usually a little more glossy. Painting is not my favorite thing to do so I always take the easy way out and go Porter and ask for their trim white. I usually judge the quality of the paint by the price. As for eliminating masking tape, you can buy a ...
I can tell you that I have mixed latex paint with Portland cement(Mortar mix). I put the slurry into a spray hopper and sprayed my concrete block wall. I wanted the wall to match the house in color and finish. It worked perfectly. I did this in 2008, and the wall looks as good today as the first day I sprayed it. The wall has an adobe finish, and the grout ...
Carpets and paints can be made from a variety of materials. Water might clean it up. Paint thinners might dissolve the carpet (depending on the carpet). You could try isopropyl alcohol without much risk. But I would start by testing some carpet fibers (cut a few fibers off with some scissors) in a dish of paint thinner before testing thinner on the carpet. ...
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