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sseb86
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Thursday

I went with Gibraltar Grey. Its grey in direct sun light and then blueish grey in the shade. I would have preferred a straight grey without the blue t ...

sseb86
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4 replies
a week ago

Looks good @FrankC ! Hi All,I've finally finished the patio area. I removed all the old thick paint with paint stripper and a wire brush and painted b ...

sseb86
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6 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @Peggers. The distressed look came from a lot of pressure washing to see if that would remove the existing red paint. Thanks for your advice - I wi ...

sseb86
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9 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks for referring me to that post @Jason. And you past experiences @TedBear.I have decided to:1) Grind / Sand back the existing paint in the patio ...

sseb86
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2 replies
3 weeks ago

Hi Frank,Thanks for your reply. The carpet outside sounded interesting!I had a look at the White Knight Ultra Pave Quick Dry paint and it looks quite ...

sseb86
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Hello all,I need some advice for repainting the concrete patio and driveway in my unit (circa 1970's). The concrete patio(16m2) is at the rear of the ...

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TedBear
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Thursday

Smart move! It will be much easier to live with the floor being a tad bluer than you'd like and your wife happy, than to live with an unhappy wife mak ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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Tuesday

Hi @sseb86, That came up looking fantastic! It sounds like you've really done everything you can to prepare the surface, and I trust it will allow ...

FrankC
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2 replies
a week ago

Thanks, Sean, your very welcome. That area has come up very well; is that colour 'Antique Silver', a Taubman colour for White Knight Ultra pave. Tha ...

FrankC
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5 replies
2 weeks ago

@sseb86, using a belt sander would be a good idea to remove the top coat of paint, grade 140 , then feather the edges if you don't want to remove all ...

Community Manager Jason
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10 replies
3 weeks ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @sseb86. We're really pleased to have you join us and trust that you'll get plenty of helpful advice from o ...

FrankC
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3 weeks ago

Hi @sseb86 The only reason I used White Knight is because I recently used their Laminate Paint on my kitchen cupboards and drawers, and was very im ...

FrankC
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3 weeks ago

Hi sseb86.I have never used berger paint before, so I can't compare, but I have just painted the verandah with the first coat to prinme the bare patch ...

TedBear
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3 weeks ago

I wish you luck with this. The only success I had with a similar problem, after wasting weeks on many unsuccessful attempts, was to get back to the ba ...

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sseb86
Budding Contributor
1 reply
Thursday

I went with Gibraltar Grey. Its grey in direct sun light and then blueish grey in the shade. I would have preferred a straight grey without the blue t ...

sseb86
Budding Contributor
4 replies
a week ago

Looks good @FrankC ! Hi All,I've finally finished the patio area. I removed all the old thick paint with paint stripper and a wire brush and painted b ...

sseb86
Budding Contributor
6 replies
2 weeks ago

Hi @Peggers. The distressed look came from a lot of pressure washing to see if that would remove the existing red paint. Thanks for your advice - I wi ...

sseb86
Budding Contributor
9 replies
3 weeks ago

Thanks for referring me to that post @Jason. And you past experiences @TedBear.I have decided to:1) Grind / Sand back the existing paint in the patio ...

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