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Normally the paint store has a shaker not a spinner. But this may be a difference in terminology. The paint shaker usually thoroughly stakes the paint to mix it up. They always recommend you buy plenty of paint and mix it all together in 5 gallon buckets so the color is uniform. Construction job spec's require painting break to break so floor to ceiling ...


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It looks like one layer of paper has separated from the other. The paper surrounding the tearout has loose flaps of paper around it too. Remove all loose paper and give a tight skim coat or two of paste spackle, sand smooth, prime and paint. You will be wise to get a 4" drywall knife to help in this. The little 1" knife that is considered a putty knife ...


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I misinterpreted the photos. On my small monitor set for night mode, it looked like a couple holes all the way through the sheetrock. This answer explains how to patch holes in the sheetrock: Which do you want? Good Cut a rectangular section out of the wall which includes both holes. It is easier if both the left side and the right side of the hole ...


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Most high quality enamel and acrylic spray paints will stick relatively well to glass; you will still need to take care not to scratch it. I would clean the glass well with denatured alcohol to remove all traces of oil, dirt, etc. and spray at least 3 coats (following paint manufacturers instructions). Let it cure for a long time prior to manipulation, dry ...


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Unless you have some particular reason related to plasti-dip's peel-ability to choose that, just hit it with some black paint, and be careful not to scrape it when moving it (indeed, hit it with some black paint, and then you might want to cover the paint with paper for damage protection before moving it, after you check that the paint job is perfect.) I'd ...


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I hope your glass is tempered. There spray cans or even brush on cans of "chalkboard paint"


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Your first step should be to open the windows and direct a fan to exhaust the rooms air. Next I would seal the paint can tightly and label it as NG or expired. See if it stamped with an expiration date or if the label warns that when applied it may be "malodorous". And finally, if you feel that you have purchased a low- quality product let the store know ...



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