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Clean the surface well you want to paint. Buy proper color paint from any shop. Buy a good quality brush.
Thin the paint using some turpentine.
Dip the brush in paint, and paint wherever you want.
You can even paint yourself to disguise an other. Never paint to some parts of your body. I think; you can understand, what I meant by this sentence !!! https://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Yes, you can. It states that you should use a primer first on bare wood surfaces. Other than that, the only restrictions you would have is ensuring that the paint type itself is compatible with the paint that is already on the surface. Some latex and oil-based products don't play well together.....
if the plastic cover that was on the top of the throttle body is missing (it usually says there) under the hood the is a white sticker with black lettering on it (emissions sticker) it will give you the year and engine size there
1.Open the first image. 2.Open the image you want to merge or mix with the first image or border. 3.Press Ctrl + A to select the entire image. 4.Press Ctrl + C to copy the selected image. 5.Click in the title bar of the image you opened first. 6.Press Ctrl + V to paste the second image over the first image. 7.If the Layer window is not displayed press theF7 function on your keyboard. 8.Make sure the top layer is highlighted or click on the layer to highlight it.
You should see the border around the image. If you want to hide part of the top image at the bottom lower left of the layer window you will see rectangle with circle which displays add layer mask when you hover the mouse cursor over it. Hold the Alt key and click on the Add Layer Mask Icon. This will hide the top image until you select the brush with a white color and paint the layer mask layer. The Layer Mask is the black rectangle next to the layer image which must have the white rectangle around it when painting with the brush. If you do not see the top image mixing with the bottom image make sure the black rectangle is selected or click on the black rectangle to select it.If the layered image is selected you will be painting it white and alter the image. If you revile part of the image when painting the mask you can hide it by changing the brush color to black and painting the reviled layer to hide it again.Layer masks are very powerful which you will need to look up in the help files for more information to gain full power of the tool.
As any good stone mason knows, painting stone is NOT RECOMMENDED! Stone has a natural beauty and durability that cant really be improved upon. Its my opinion that paint on stone or brick usually looks horrible. Especially when the paint gets old and begins to deteriorate. Stone is a natural material used in building for thousands of years. It is strong, durable, insulating from heat and cold and allows the structure to "breathe" while keeping out moisture and preventing condensation. Painting stone stops its ability to "breathe" and effectively closes its pores, which can cause condensation inside walls, break down the stone's surface molecules and premature erosion.
I would recommend power washing or sand blasting the surface to remove the old paint. Then carefully apply a waterproofer / sealant made for exterior use and stone in particular. This will protect your stone window sills and lentils from harsh elements like acid rain, bird poop and ice while allowing the structure to breathe and look beautiful naturally for decades to come.
I would not recommend sanding as this might change the surface of your stone and leave unsightly scratches and uneven surfaces.
You can look online for solutions by googling "stone waterproofing" and "stone cleaning" before deciding what is best for you. I highly recommend NOT painting exterior stone. Here are a few helpful results I have found.