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Stabilising stone windowsills

Discussion in 'Decorating and Painting' started by ando, 10 Sep 2013.

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    Ive got some stone windowsills to repaint,they were done in black gloss this has been removed and they are gona be redone in black masonary paint,the sills are a bit dusty when you touch them do you think they should be stabilised first,also one of the sills I couldn't remove all the paint off and it still has bits of grey u/c on it I've rubbed it down thourghly will the masonary paint take to this ok many thanks
     
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    Have you tried a Hot Air Paint Stripper on the sill, that should remove the residue of the undercoat. Dont burn the window frames though.
    A coat of Stabiliser then the Masonry Paint should do it.
     
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    Cheers mate I'll try that
     
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