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Itai
Experienced Contributor
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Hey All.What are your thoughts on painting an old brick veneer house (late 70/s early 80's I think)? I'm thinking of painting it with a light greyish ...

jkhandywoman
Budding Contributor
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I am now at the stage of cleaning back my beautiful Caroline and giving her one big face lift paint up..        

gpsingh100
New Contributor
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Hi Team, I am really after your advice to buy the right product for my painting job...refer to attached pictures Question 1) I need to varnish and sta ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Painting can be a fantastic low-cost way to freshen up a room and add value to a property. For a small investment, the right paint job can make a big ...

Nham
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone...we were doing some painting last year and finally got to the front door. Just wanted to share our experiences as picking the right colou ...

Clint_hayward
New Contributor
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Removed carpet. Filled and sanded stairs. Painted treads with dark teal paint then put Cabot's clear urethane with hardener over the top. They came up ...

antheaol
Newbie
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our ceiling is peeling. We have checked, it is not moisture. We have had 3 painters come and quote but we will need to do this ourself. They all me ...

MosaicsBabe
Frequent Browser
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       Hello All-Id like to introduce myself to the community. I am the daughter of an engineer and builder who has passed on his passion of DIY to me ...

Prof
Super Contributor
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Hi guys, I have some MDF panels that were originally painted with spray cans.. The paint looks very patchy and I would like to paint over them.. They ...

taha
Budding Contributor
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how do i proceed from here? should i paint it? which paint should i use? any tips or suggestions to make it interesting and long lasting

Zearla
Budding Browser
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I'm wanting to repaint my bathroom ceiling. I plan on buying a vacuum sander for the job but I'm unsure if my wet/dry vac will work with the sander or ...

edensun
Newbie
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The below table due to received sun and caused surface paint color change and rough, so i want to re-painting, can i use oil base oil. Would you recom ...

nettyb
New Contributor
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Hi.We bought some Brutus PVC moulding but don't know which paint/ primer is going to work best and stick to it. Any advice would be much appreciated!T ...

amy2
Budding Contributor
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Hi fellow reno's, I am starting on a project. Sanding back flaking paint on window/wardrobe trims. These are the tools am using. Plus have electric ...

Midnight
Newbie
2 replies

is paint matching service still available during COVID and if what is the process

KingStreetReno
Experienced Contributor
22 replies

We recently completed phase 1 of our renovation and had most of our house professionally painted. The rooms look completely new apart from the ugly ...

Jillie1
New Contributor
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1980's wooden stained spiral stairs need re-furbishing to cover water stains and scratches. At present a very well worn walnut colour - any suggestio ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
1 reply

Hi guys, I suddenly started noticing screws underneath the ceiling around my house. Actually, I started noticing them when I was painting interior wa ...

caseydoust93
Newbie
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hi there just a question how to paint a skirting board without getting any paint on it

Mike35
New Contributor
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Hi,Our dog damaged one of our living room doors and i am wondering what products / tools people could recommend to get the job done, and any tips on h ...

nicole72
Junior Contributor
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I have to paint the whole interior from cream to white. As I have a back injuryIs it easier to spray paint walls and ceilings what is the best way to ...

Brodz19
Occasional Browser
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Hi all!Im a newbie at DIY so after some advice please!Im planning on re vamping my children's play room and toy storage.I plan on buying the 4 cube wh ...

PhilB
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi all,I've got to renovate a house and the garage wall shows signs of humidity coming through the brickwork. It had been painted with appears to be a ...

Noyade
Super Contributor
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Hate painting doors inside. Lotsa fiddly bits with people moving about.A COVID invention - a gig to hold the door vertically outside. It was also grea ...