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Old 07-11-2011, 12:22 PM   #1
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I painted some bricks before, was a tedious job painting all 4 sides of the brick, painting the cement color. I think the color I used for the brick color was BM Georgian Brick - HC-50, I forget the color I used for the cement color

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I painted some bricks before, was a tedious job painting all 4 sides of the brick, painting the cement color. I think the color I used for the brick color was BM Georgian Brick - HC-50, I forget the color I used for the cement color

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I'm not entering, not really sure what they are asking to be honest. The above pictures are from a job I did a few years ago. Customer never did like that someone had painted her bricks and wanted to know if I could make them look like bricks again. Striping was out of the question, sandblasting would have chewed them all up. So I just painted them to match other non painted bricks she had. Painted the grout line first with moorelife flat. Can't remember the color. Then painted each brick one by one with moorelife flat Benjamin Moore HC-50. You can tell if you stair at them a foot away. Everyone in the neighborhood thought we had striped them back to the original.

Was nothing fancy, just tedious type of a job.

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I'm not entering, not really sure what they are asking to be honest. The above pictures are from a job I did a few years ago. Customer never did like that someone had painted her bricks and wanted to know if I could make them look like bricks again. Striping was out of the question, sandblasting would have chewed them all up. So I just painted them to match other non painted bricks she had. Painted the grout line first with moorelife flat. Can't remember the color. Then painted each brick one by one with moorelife flat Benjamin Moore HC-50. You can tell if you stair at them a foot away. Everyone in the neighborhood thought we had striped them back to the original.

Was nothing fancy, just tedious type of a job.

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Damn, that sounds very tedious.
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Damn, that sounds very tedious.
Yea I thought grout staining was bad. Looked awesome thou.
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