Yes you can, lightly sand and apply a coat of Cover stain (Zinnser) then when dry apply what ever paint you like, I would use two coats of satin...
Hi , thanks for the reply, will try to give it a go with an old shoe !! and see what happens.
I have now put back working away until Friday, so...
Just got back from work to find the good lady has tired to put the heating on, but no heat.
Boiler is fine as hot water is no problem...
For the lowest sheen eggshell you need look no further than Little Green paints, not the cheapest but one of the best you can get and gives a nice...
A light rub down / de-nib between coats is, in my view a good thing to do and have been doing it for the last 20 yrs.
Sandtex or Crown Stronghold Masonry paint, both very good and have been using both for many a year.
As above, the icon fans are great, just fitted one in my shower room, very good and quiet and all for less than £40.
Before sealing the bath fill it up halve way with water, then seal. Allow 12 hrs before emptying water and using.
Stick with crown, you can get a quick drying primer (water based) and then use the trade undercoat.
Allow to dry overnight and then lightly...
Pop a coat of THIS allow to dry, about 45-60 minutes and then emulsion over it and the stain will go.
90% of my time is painting units, and I tend to use Crown and Dulux. Doing a kitchen at the moment in a new build house with no heating using...
When you buy a prudy brush you are buying the best out there.
I use nothing but and have been doing so for many years and not to bad on price.
1) Yes as long as its dry, and looks like staying so for a good few hours.
4)would not harm to do so on any green render.
I charge £165 per day, (8hrs) so £150 is not to bad a price.
If you have a wife and daughter like mine, then its very possible every dam light will be on. :roll:
Crown Trade paints are the way to go.
Prime the filler before undercoat. This will do two things, it will prime the filler and give the undercoat a good key, plus it will seal the...
Purdy Monarch Elite Brushes are the best for undercoat and gloss.
Not even with a gun to my head would I use that rubish :wink:
So that's where I have been going wrong for the last 30yrs then !!! :roll:
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