There are paints that you can use to paint your shower walls and shower floor. You can use acrylic paints.
yes i am certain i have tried it myself
Almost every epoxy will need to be applied to an un-sealed floor, that is bare. It usually will also need to be etched.
You need to do proper preparation BEFORE you paint the walls. This will include removing all grease and striping off old paint. Then paining the walls with primer and or undercoat before applying the topcoat. The paint tin instructions will detail what you have to do.
Yes, but the paint has to dry completely dry first.
Opinions vary on this, but most contractors agree it's better to paint the walls before refinishing hardwood floors. It's a matter of practicality - you don't want to splatter or spill paint on your newly finished floors, nor put stepstools and such on top of floor finish that hasn't fully cured yet. Others will say the sanding process on floors will leave dust all over newly painted walls, and mars the trim. So it's really just your own preference. Seems to me that cleaning dust off walls and touching up paint on trims is easier and less hazardous than risking paint spills and scuffed floor finish.
They painted the walls of caves. Ah no they did not paint walls on walls. He asked what did they paint and you said they painted walls. THEY DID NOT PAINT WALLS ON WALLS, they just painted, I don't know specific.
Well you can make it out of wood! You can also get some cardboard boxes and paint them white. Get another box to cut out walls for the dollhouse. Then paint the walls white. Next paint the walls the colour you want them. Then stick them in. When the paint is dry you can paint the floor and the walls which are the inside of the box. Then you can get some black paint and draw on doors. Finally you can make furniture out of household items or.................... u buy a doll, put it in a nut sack and let it sit down! lol
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I would paint after. Because you might have to do caulking after tiling and when u finish caulking then paint.
Paint first. It'll be much easier to get it right and you won't have to worry about taping the cabinets. But, be careful not to scratch they new paint off when you then install the cabinets.
It depends on:the preparation of the surface to be painted (including its colour),the porosity of the surface,the opacity of the paint,the coverage of the paint.But more important, the fact that you have given only two measures indicates you are painting only a pair of opposite sides: either the floor and ceiling, or only the left and right walls, or only the front and back walls. For more walls, you need more information.
Look for water spewing out of the floor, walls or ceiling Look for peeling paint on walls, dark patches in plaster, very green grass patch
Most people who know how to paint would paint the walls first then the ceiling. This is because if you get paint on the ceiling by painting the walls it's easier to cover up then having it drip on the walls.
You can't paint your walls. You need to buy wallpaper from the YoDepot.
Yes you can use oil based paint on walls.
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Not at all.
That's going to depend on . . . -- how many square feet 1 gallon of paint covers -- whether you want to paint any of the walls ---- if so, how many, and the height of the ceiling above the floor -- whether you want to paint the ceiling -- whether you want to paint the floor None of these parameters is given in the question. We therefore don't stand a chance.
You can use a fabric paint, but NOT the paint you use to paint walls.
There are several things you can do to remodel your kitchen. You can re-paint or re-wallpaper the walls, you can change your cabinets, and you can replace your floor.
Priming the wall is just to seal it so the paint doesn't soak in and dries more evenly. You may have to put two coats of paint on depending on the quality of the paint you are using.