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We had a decorator in to do our hall. There wr a couple of cracks in ceiling which he filled rubbed down and painted. But the area keeps peeling back .
I have sent for some mdf 15cm (h) and 18mm (d) letters which will spell 2 names. The mdf is stated has being internal but I wish to mount these names outside.
I would like to know if using an elastomeric paint coating over am exterior wall that has already been treated with a urethane waterproofing material will
I can not get the paste from wallpaper off the wall. Can I paint over it?
I'm painting a large ceiling with white emulsion (latex) and the finish is very patchy. You can see the paint blocks or roller marks down and across
I have prepared the walls of a bedroom with sugar soap (a cleaner used prior to painting) which is what I usually do first. On applying my first coat
The ceiling was sheet rocked and we spackled, sanded and then painted. The paint is not going on smoothly we did it again let it dry longer and same problem.
Hi, I am converting a panel van to a camper van which will be used in the Mediterranean. My main priority is to keep heat out of the van and I am thinking
Hi, I am painting an emulsion (latex) on top of a wallpaper that already had an emulsion applied to it. I am using a Dulux emulsion and after three coats
I have about 1/3 of a can of exterior paint and 2/3 of interior. They are both the same base. If I mixed it all together, to paint my chicken coop, what