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If you primed two days ago, the first coat should be fine. So, you can put the second coat on as soon as it's dry from the rain.


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I found I could get away with outdoor latex primer when resurfacing concrete with a thin layer of sand mix. I have also grown the technique using masonry screw drilled and placed into broken concrete which was then primed when Iwas faced with broken corners and edges of significant size. None have failed and it has been years. This was done at a multi ...


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I'd doubt that any sort of cover-up will be satisfactory. In fact, a faux finish will likely make the problem more noticeable. I would suggest spreading the plaster out over a much larger area, maybe 3x the size, and sanding and feathering from there with a few passes of progressively finer sandpaper, otherwise your eye will always be drawn to the same spot. ...


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Yes you can use the same brush with different paints as long as you thoroughly clean it and dry it between uses. Latex paints can be cleaned with soap and water. Oil-based paints require paint thinner, mineral spirits, varsol or turpentine.


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Best, well actually only solution is to remove old pain and primer completely. When you finish this then you apply new primer and wall paint. Don’t get into the reasons why blisters appear because it is not relevant.


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You'll need to fill in the depressions left by the bits of plaster that have fallen off in order to get the wall smooth again. You can get ready-mix plaster compound at any hardware store; just add water and follow the directions. Once it's hardened, paint away.


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Yes, you can paint it. Personally, I always use oil-based paints because they last longer, but you can use whatever paint you want (water colors?) Concrete is porous so you might want to use a grain filler or sealer of some kind before painting. There are thick paints specifically designed for painting concrete, but they tend to look pretty industrial.


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Texture over the wall paper then paint. It will take a long time to get the paper off. You will put dings in the wall. Ive tried every method.I do this for a living. Trust me, Ive seperated my shoulder doing this. Pull any piece off that may be peelng. Rent a hooper. Texture over it and use paint with primer.



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