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Professional Painters and associated Trades Forum / -
« Last post by SamantaSn on Today at 09:19:37 AM »
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Home Owner's DIY (General painting) Forum / -
« Last post by SamantaSn on Today at 09:15:40 AM »
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Professional Painters and associated Trades Forum / -
« Last post by SamantaSn on June 25, 2022, 09:16:27 AM »
The authoritative message :), funny...
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Title says it all.
House was last painted in 2012.
I installed press fit house numbers after painting.
Is there a way to remove the numbers with minimal damage to the siding?
I will ask the new contractor how they handle this, but I am guessing the numbers need to come off.
The house will be spray painted.
Thx,
Rog
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No lower than 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Home Owner's DIY (General painting) Forum / Refinish on a vinyl covered cabinet side
« Last post by rfsmith48 on December 25, 2020, 02:48:56 PM »
Hello!
I am refinishing a Pantry cabinet that has Oak on the front face. (Front face is in good condition)
The sides are particle board  covered with thin oak grained vinyl. Sides are not terrible, but not very good either.

I am considering  prepping the vinyl for paint.
Is this a practical solution? How do I get good paint bonding to the vinyl?
All help is appreciated.
Thx
Rog
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Home Owner's DIY (General painting) Forum / Re: Painting a door
« Last post by notapainter on July 08, 2019, 06:28:04 PM »
No comments?  Oh well. 

I took off the door, laid it flat, and painted it yesterday. It seemed to go well.  I don't know if having the door vertical would have been easier, but my fear was that I would have more chance of runs.  With the door horizontal, perhaps any thick paint blobs will level out smoother.
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Home Owner's DIY (General painting) Forum / Painting a door
« Last post by notapainter on July 06, 2019, 02:17:50 PM »
Hi,
My new shed has vinyl siding but a primed, fiberglas door. I was advised to paint the door, so I bought a quart of Clark & Kensington Premium Hi-Gloss Enamel Acrylic Latex, tinted white.  I'm not a painter, but hope to do this job well.
Will it work better to remove the door and lie it flat while painting or paint while the door is vertical, in place?
Will I get good results using a good brush, or is it better to use a roller for this one door? 
I'm definitely planning to paint the exterior surface.  Is there a good reason to paint the inside as well?
Any other tips are more than welcome.
Thank you.
Bob
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Home Owner's DIY (General painting) Forum / painting PVC line hide
« Last post by porch painter on May 08, 2019, 09:28:16 PM »
Mini-splits are nearly installed and have a white line hide cover over the piping. https://www.ecomfort.com/cooling/mitsubishi-line-hide-line-set-covers.html.  This stuff is "Line-Hide components are constructed from weather-resistant PVC that has been treated with UV inhibitors"...and very smooth and shiny.  Part of  the line will get baked in direct sunlight for 7 hours a day.   

I was thinking I need to sand (220-300) and go with a high end exterior latex.  But is a primer is needed?  I've read about acetone on PVC to prime it, but am not sure.   Any recommendations on any part of the job..from methods to brand of paint I'll take.  You all are gods and perusing this forum has helped me many times! 

PS. I searched for PVC and got NOTHING.
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Home Owner's DIY (General painting) Forum / Re: Bathroom Ceiling
« Last post by digger100 on December 30, 2018, 03:58:30 PM »
Thanks for the reply.  How long should I wait before painting regarding the plaster drying. 

My contractor said 24 hours, should it be longer ?
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