Can you use Rustoleum to refinish aluminum coping on a 20-year-old inground swimming pool?
You could but it won't last long. It's just cheap paint you know. Call your local pool place and ask them what to use. Marine paint maybe?
First make sure the patio furniture is cleaned of all debris and dried. Then one must put a thick coat of paint remover and let it sit and work. One can use a paint scraper to help get the remnants of as much paint off as possible. Sandpaper can also be used. Once that step is done, one can respray the furniture with new paint.
Your friend has a colt frontier scout with an aluminum color frame and a blue barrel and cylinder but it does not have any serial numbers or marks Does anyone have any info on this style or value?
You're saying that there are absolutely no marks, letters, words, or numbers anywhere on this Frontier Scout? There are two possiblities. One, an employee at Colt stole the pieces one by one before any marks were put on them ( barrel and frame in particular). Two, someone did a really bad job trying to refinish it. The frame was made either of aluminum or a zinc alloy called "Zamac" IIRC. Either way, it's a very…
If one wants to refinish household objects like chairs or kitchen cabinets, it would be a good idea for them to pay a visit to their local hardware store. If this is not a favourable option, then they could also choose to go online and browse websites like Ehow or watch videos on Youtube for advice.
They did mine but it didn't work. it set me back 5 bucks. However, most GameStops don't refinish game anymore. Try going to CDFixers.com They will professionally refinish your game disc for really cheap. The completely removed the circle scratch that GameStop couldn't. Game works perfectly now. They guarantee their work too.
It depends on the type of verneer. If it has a true verneer, it's possible to refinish provided that you don't sand through the thin layer of wood. If it's covered with a photo overlay, don't touch it. Many of the tables today are little more than a paint or photo overlay on top of particle board or cheap wood.
It is a process to refinish a bathtub. 1st: you prep it, prep varies depending on the type of surface the bathtub is made of. 2nd: you dry, then repair all of the dings,dents,imperfections,and holes or scratches. 3rd: you mask around the bathtub, and cover any fixture which overspray may settle on. 4th: You spray paint it, just as if it were a car. (there are various types of paint for this) 5th: Take the…
You really should not do this. Instead take it to a violin repair person and get their opinion if the instrument's value will go down if you refinish it yourself. If they tell you it is a low value then go ahead and do it. The odds are you have a factory made violin that was mass-produced and is low quality. But there is always the chance that it might be a better quality instrument…
That depends on where you are, Here in California, S.F., It cost $4.25 per sq. ft. to refinish a wood floor. And being that it has a wax finish, it can cost more because the floor contractor might have to use extra steps to get that wax finish off. That is my profession, and wax is one floor I hate to refinish. Like I said before, it depends on where you are.