Astra, I suffer from verbose
Astra, I suffer from Verbosity
Wait till clocks go forward, (longer days). jet wash may be to aggressive, stiff brush maybe sufficient.
Coat of peelstop then your topcoats
Frosting is the reasoning
I wouldn’t waste that product.
Degrease before sanding otherwise you will impregnate the grease deeper
Looks like contamination on substrate
As the weather elements are more harsher, added guarantee using the same system.
permawhite is designed to paint any surface with just 2 coats, I...
The scotch pad is less aggressive, I find it abrades the surface more and helps get any stubborn grime of prior to sanding
Although I have not used F&Ball casein, many years ago I had to paint two big walls for an art gallery, using powder chalk paint
Being an unknown...
True, I’ve found when using the degreaser and scotch pad, it’s sticks like sxxt to a blanket. (Internal)
-external would use the bullseye123
Yes, for the final coat.
I use Leyland WB primer undercoat, it has good covering properties
You seem to have it covered
I tend to wash down with the Zinseer degreaser using a scotch brite then rinse of.
bullsey 123 would be a good...
My recommendation would be:
- eradicate any mould growth
- apply peel stop to any loose or flaking paint
- 1 maybe 2 coats bullseye 123,...
I’ve been successful with this brand
Best bet really, sand and fill, line it with 1400g paper, then paint
Never seen pitting like that before, as wayners says, good sanding, only problem you may have after is smooth spots.
Could you attach another panel to the front then paint?
Wayners is correct,
once you have brushed use a mini roller to match your big roller.
Also as it’s a deep colour I would add floetrol to avoid...
Yes, they do a Wall and Ceiling primer
Ok, I would just use bullseye 123, then the relevant undercoat and topcoat
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