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How to remove grease splashes from emulsion painted wall


Basically you can't without affecting the Paint underneath ((
If only light splashes then a conventional kitchen cleaner will do BUT only put the cleaner on the cloth, work a small area at a time.
After doing getting it off and allowing it to dry, then use a lint free cloth, soaked in warm water to "scrub" paint from surrounding areas into damaged area but not too hard otherwise will go through the paint levels. Then allow to dry naturally ))

Nov 05, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I have an old white refrigerator that works fine, just looks awful. What can I do to the face to make it look nice. I have wooden oak kitchen cabinets and a tile floor.


Paint it with white enamel.
Enamel Paint finishes in high gloss if you want that sort of finish.
Always paint in a dust free invironment with plenty of ventiallation.
With the expensive cost of many home appliances, sometimes replacing an old refrigerator is out of the question, especially if it still works well.
This can be a problem if you've recently painted your kitchen or if you're just sick of looking at an old, outdated fridge.
Instead of learning to live with your boring or unattractive refrigerator, you can give it a bright new look with a few coats of paint.
Mix a few tablespoons of vinegar into a bucket of warm soapy water.
Use this mixture to clean the refrigerator.
Scrub away any grease, dirt or other grime with your soapy water and a stiff bristled scrub brush. Wipe the refrigerator dry with a towel when it is clean.

Use painter's tape to cover parts of the refrigerator you do not want to paint such as the handle or the grate at the bottom of the refrigerator.

Apply a coat of appliance paint to your refrigerator with a paint roller to prime the surface.
You can also purchase appliance paint in a spray can and use it to spray paint your refrigerator.


Sand the paint with an extra fine grit sanding sponge when it is completely dry.
Try to make the surface as smooth as possible and then wipe away any dust created with a clean towel.


Paint the refrigerator with an enamel paint tinted to the desired color and a paint roller.
You can use oil-based or latex-based enamel depending on your preferences.
Oil paints usually have a stronger odor than latex paints but they may last longer.

Apply a second coat of paint when the first coat is completely dry.

Sand the final coat of paint when it is dry with a wet extra fine sanding sponge.
Spray the refrigerator with water while you work to keep it damp and keep sanding until the paint is smooth and shiny.


Remove all of the painter's tape from your painted refrigerator.

Sep 08, 2013 | GE Refrigerators

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Drywall needs to be painted


scrape a sample of the brown that you want to match, go to home depot and give them the color and they will make you a can that matches. then paint the drywall... i think that is what you were asking???

Mar 10, 2013 | Drywall

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What is an acrylic paint?


Acrylic paint is fast drying paint containing pigment suspension in acrylic polymer emulsion. Acrylic paints can be diluted with water, and can become water-resistant when dry.

Feb 03, 2013 | Crafts & Hobbies

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I just want to know what is water base paint and how its used & what material are used before painting car. thank u


the basic shell of the car is cathodic dipped,then painted with a filler/primer before water based paint is applied,the final coat is dried by radio waves(really)any excess is recycled back to the paint plant ready for the next car.NO solvents are used in the whole process.YOU CANNOT BUY THIS PAINT.it is very similar to normal emulsion paint,although it will not dry in the air,it has to be heat dried/sealed.(in an oven)(check out you tube bmw z3)

Mar 29, 2011 | 1995 Volkswagen Jetta

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When spraying latex paint I do not get smooth finish


Turbine powered hvlp systems are not the ideal system for spraying latex paint. If you plan to do lots of latex spraying an airless system is recommended.

You should be using a 2.00mm or 2.5mm tip. More thinning than recommended may be necessary to get a good spray. The addition of floetrol or similar latex retarder is a good idea. A retarder will slow the drying and allow more time for the paint to level and result in less orange peel finishes

Dec 24, 2010 | Campbell Hausfeld 3 Stage Hvlp Pro...

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Painter has left small line of white vinyl matt emulsion (from ceiling -no masking tape used ) along the top left hand edge of the new stainless steel cooker hood - out of eye line but visible. how can I...


Luckily, vinyl matt emulsion paint is water based and is fairly easy to remove. Use half a wooden garden washing line peg or similar piece of softwood with s mild solution of washing up liquid. The wood will rub the paint off the metalwork and the washing liqid will lubricate without the metalwork so not to damage it.
Hope this helps.

Nov 25, 2010 | Microwave Ovens

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I have a 1993 buick lesabre custom that has flaking paint on the roof and trunk lid. Im not a body or paint man but I have started to sand down the areas with 400 grit and have applied some coats of...


Initial sanding can be done with 100 or it will take you a year to sand it down. You can either use a power sprayer and have paint mixed to match, or use cans made by duplicolor ...You will never match the existing paint though because it changes with age...I use the larger cans when available (marked for "vans") You can use 400 wet paper between coats and if you want to get crazy, use 800 wet when finished. Wait a few weeks and use white compound, clean well, in another couple of weeks, use clear-coat, sand again and when fully cured (few more weeks) then wax. Never sand unless paint has dried for at least 24 hours...even when it looks and feels dry, it can roll, and damage everything you have done.

Jul 07, 2009 | Buick LeSabre Cars & Trucks

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Adding wall paper border


hi you never mentioned wheather the paint is gloss, emulsion etc?
if its emulsion it should be fine paste the border, draw some guide lines where you want the border to go so when you come to put it on you will know where it has to go, wipe it over with a damp sponge to get the excess paste off it, otherwise when it dries you will see the residue of the paste.
You can get border adhesive which is really good.

Good luck

Kindly

Richie

Dec 18, 2008 | Home

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Paint is blistering on edge of hood. Can it just be re painted, or is hood replacement. This is a 2004 Ford Explorer.


First Wash the area, than take a dremel and with the wire wheel @ high speed, grind off the bistering and feather as best into good paint. Next rough up the area with some 100 grit sand paper. Use body filler (bondo 2 part filler) and smooth over with plastic blade. When dried work with 220 grit sand paper till you achieve the lines you want. spray cover with primer and apply touch up paint(Dealer has the best matchs) in coats. When happy with color use a 400 grit wet sandpaper to get a highly smooth finish and when dried cover with a clear coat finish.(Auto part stores). Buff when that dries and I guarantee thats the cheapest easiest d-i-y- fix you can get.

Aug 08, 2008 | 1995 Ford Explorer

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