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Im going to start Painting/Prepping my first room

Posted by obrionusa (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 9, 11 at 18:15

Well the Sherwin Williams sale come and went and I stocked up on some Super Paint. I just bought it without any tint and when I decide on a color I will have them add it at that time. My first room is the Main bath, it has wallpaper on the bottom half. I hope when I put it up I prepped the wall as I should have, But I dunno. I was single then and the only thing I cared about was dollar long necks, long legs and cold beer. Well some of the paint has orange peeled, cracked and pulled away from the previous paint. Im guessing not running the fan or taking a shower before it was cured out. Anyway I plan on tackling the wallpaper tomorrow. Then If I get time I will run a putty knife over the paint that has seperated.

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RE: Im going to start Painting/Prepping my first room

Try CHOMP! on the wallpaper. Soak it with hot water and then apply the CHOMP, wait as directed and it should peel away. If not, drink a cold beer and call me in the morning.

RE: Im going to start Painting/Prepping my first room

I will have to get some of that. I decided to wait until after thanksgiving to do the room. Girlfriends family will be here and I'm putting floor tile in the room too.

RE: Im going to start Painting/Prepping my first room

Definitely wait! You don't want the girlfriend's family to judge your work. :)

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