Any kind you want. The term to look for is 'Exterior' paint. It is available in oil and latex bases. I recommend using latex exterior paint. Service preparation is the most important part of the process. Clean and dirt free, with no loose bits or chips.
They are on the outside wall so they can be vented to the air outside and not throught your house.
from the outside of one foundation wall to the outside of the other will give the width measurement of the house
If the house is a brick house, the cell wall can be the brick that surrounds the outside of the wood frame or wood panelling on the inside of the house.
The cell wall is similar to the outside walls of a house. They both provide structure for the inside.
Both are used for painting house. Distemper is also called as cement paint which means it can be directly applied on the wall. It tends to fade in 5 to 6 years. This can be applied inside and also outside the house. paint gives a finish like oil paint. Oil content is little high in this paint. It gives shinning look for the walls. They little costly as compared to Distemper. It has another variety called exterior paint which is used for outside walls of the house. It get faded only after 8 or 9 years. Distemper has to be given minimum two coats. After it gets faded, entire wall has to be scrubbed (brushed) before start painting. But not in case of paint . Coating can be directly given and slightly washable also.
If you live in a brick house then you can scratch off some paint to find out if it's wall or wood.
Yes! I have used both combinations of wall paint in poster paint & vice versa..I used one to tint the other in each instance & noticed that it affected the adhesion as well as the ability to block stains if adding poster paint to wall (white-ish) paint..by adding wall paint to poster paint it made poster paint stick better, flow from brush better, & require fewer coats..all of this while using a high quality acrylic wall paint..
no it,ll get washed of eventually when the rains come
I would roller it with latex.
You have a problem with the drywall. It is not a problem with the paint. Most likely it is moisture or some kind of contamination on the wall that is pulling it off the drywall. Another issue to consider is if you have too many coats on the wall the weight of all the coats of paint can cause stress and pull everything off. If the paint is not peeling everywhere and is just peeling in certain places the paint did not fail. (Paint does not choose where it will peel and where it will adhere).
The first layer of paint. Usually a special kind. When painting a wall you use primer then the color you want.
Cement can wick moisture from outside that will cause your paint to peel off. Look for a primer that will seal it first, then paint it.
By putting green paint on the wall its like gluing green wallpaper on the wall or a coat on a person. you put a sticky kind of liquid witch eventually drys and covers the other paint the other paint doesn't really turn green.
There are several different types of wall texture that can make it difficult to paint on, particularly walls that are not flat. Wallpapered or brick walls can be difficult.
The foundation of a building, the outside walls, usually the center wall of a house, any structure that is supporting weight from above. The outside wall of a building is not load bearing until the roof goes on. The foundation of a building, the outside walls, usually the center wall of a house, any structure that is supporting weight from above. The outside wall of a building is not load bearing until the roof goes on.
eventually the paint will peel, the color will faid and the wood on the wall will get sun rotted and the house will fall apart.
Red is a very lucky color.
Is the paint itself bubbling? Then wipe it off, it's not the right kind of paint. (you need a primer that sticks well to the original surface). Is the wall paper bubbling? It will probably go back to normal when the paint dries.
outside of the house.
bathroom wall, window
that is up to you, i would paint the wall first
Go to build mode and on the bluescript of the house you will see wallpaper. Click on that and then choose what paint you want. Then click the wall you want to put it on.
paint over it with the same color paint that you used to paint the rest of your bedroom wall
Yes or it can be the same as the wall paint if it should be flat.
I M NOT A GOOD PAINTER ,I GOT PAINT ALL OVER THE WINDOW TRIM AND WALL TRIM .HOW DO I GET THAT PAINT OFF WITH OUT MESSING UP TRIM