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Old 08-29-2013, 08:02 PM   #21
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Remove spider webs, dust,
Lighty sand with radius 360 w/ 220grit
Remove dust with woodster dust eater
Apply behr primer
Apply behr ceiling paint
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behr has primer?
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is this a test? I look around for fly poop first and wash it off. I try to get away with one coat if I can, it all depends on the lights and the windows. Or in the one I saw today it was hose down with tsp, oil prime,, then plaster skim coat, prime again then paint ceiling flat .
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Remove spider webs, dust,
Lighty sand with radius 360 w/ 220grit
Remove dust with woodster dust eater
Apply behr primer
Apply behr ceiling paint




im gonna need you to stop priming ceilings from now on ok ?.....
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I only do it on kitchen ceiling and bathrooms
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Yes, behr polyester brush works best for this
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Has anyone noticed how some fly poop will wipe off easily, and not really bleed through paint. But some of is really hard to get off. Especially from vinyl siding, and will bleed like crazy.


Must have to do with what the fly ate that day....
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We used to sand all the ceilings first but then our customers were always pissed that we'd removed all the texture - so now we don't.
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