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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 ...


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I'd probably try a car-paint touch-up product.


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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.


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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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