Ah, I see. I somehow doubt it would pass current safety at work standards though... The lip you have added round two edges serves no use at all,...
How many coats have you applied?
It seems like a lot of effort for not much return...you can't reach much higher with that than if you stood on the stairs themselves.
Chartwell Green: BS 14 C 35
It's a standard RAL colour. Not sure if you can get emulsion paint in it, though.
I agree. Then charge the grubby-handed tradesman/men for the cost of repainting if needed.
Why do you want a gloss finish on sandstone?
Oilbased eggshell is much subtler. Gloss should be restricted to wood in really good, smooth...
The word you need is 'complement', btw.
However, I maintain that the colour schemes in both your photos are aesthetically unpleasing. A little...
If the grubby marks are just dust, then yes. If they are greasy, probably not.
I am losing the will to live over this one...
Just sand the thing down and apply several coats of Ronseal matt finish stain and varnish in the...
i think you mean eggshell.
I hope this is a joke.
Those combinations sound appalling.
Waterbased varnishes are thinner and may well show brush marks more than spirit-based.
You could put it on with a soft lint-free rag.
The colour is immaterial. What matters is whether it was a water-based or spirit-based product. Which was it?
Just light it, gather round the thing with some friends and some wine and have a good time.
Life is too short to be painting chimineas. Seriously!
If the gap is more than about half an inch deep it would be best to build the filler up in layers. It will dry more quickly and there's less risk...
What make of varnish (brand and type, e.g. waterbased) did you use and what kind of brush (bristle/synthetic)?
Sorry to hear about your disaster. To be honest, I wouldn't put a high gloss on a threshold - it gets such a hammering with people walking over it...
The Premium is not bad paper and certainly better than bog standard lining paper (which lives up to this description, in some cases). It's got...
A foam roller is best to put the paint on with, then lay it off with your Purdy synthetic brush.
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