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Old 08-24-2014, 08:22 AM   #21
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We use 5" discs. You can buy the yellow backer pad at Lowes. They also have 7" too but they are big and use expensive discs.
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Old 08-24-2014, 02:35 PM   #22
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make me love Florida ... mostly stucco home with cracks ... zero sanding nice work and beautiful homes yall have
Same here.not missing 90% houses with wood siding in Connecticut.

What is your go to procedure for stucco cracks?
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I missed your post to CD about tarping off the house. Any tips or pics for containing all that? What mil and size plastic, way of attaching it etc? Thanks for any help! Btw I'm referring to tarping off the sides not the ground, tho insight on your approach to that would be great too.

We are starting a mostly strip siding job this week. Will be using the paint shaver and then RO125 with 40 and 80.


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We use 60x30 tarps. They are the blue ones that you can get at a hardware or box store. Tie them to chimney or vent pipes or over a corner and down to the ground.

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It also helps to run a long ladder like a 40 up to the upper gutter. Then tarp over the ladder. It keeps the tarps away from your guys.
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That is incredible to sand that all down. What paint and primer do you use on that. I'm sure you have said before but I have never seen it. I would imagine it is a high quality paint as that would be a minimal cost on a job like that.
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Looks great. In my RRP class, I was told that I couldn't use my big tarps for vertical containment unless I threw em away after each job, (due to cross-contamination). I got some massive tarps that I'd love to use but haven't wanted to toss em after 1 job. Was I misinformed? Do you toss those tarps after each job?

As a frugal painter, (I say frugal, wife says cheap), I'm accustomed to using and reusing everything until the wheels fall off. I guess I could work it in the budget to toss those big beautiful tarps, but it seems inherently wrong.


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Looks great. In my RRP class, I was told that I couldn't use my big tarps for vertical containment unless I threw em away after each job, (due to cross-contamination). I got some massive tarps that I'd love to use but haven't wanted to toss em after 1 job. Was I misinformed? Do you toss those tarps after each job?

As a frugal painter, (I say frugal, wife says cheap), I'm accustomed to using and reusing everything until the wheels fall off. I guess I could work it in the budget to toss those big beautiful tarps, but it seems inherently wrong.


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I would think it makes a difference what the tarps are used for. In this case it seems they used are for weather proofing the work site and not vertical containment.

Is vertical containment even required for a scope of work like in the OP? I wouldn't think so. If you wanted to pressure wash or something it might be.
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We don't throw the tarps out. It is used for weather control. We follow all other rules.
Our paint is seen on our website. www.armorcoatus.com
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F'ing amazing Kevin!
Thanks for the pics.
What are those things on the roof in the finishes pics? Are they roof jacks left over from the prep? There are even some on the top roof so I wasn't sure.
Again simply amazing. It must be tough when a gust of wind comes up. I imagine those blue tarps are secured pretty well!






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We don't throw the tarps out. It is used for weather control. We follow all other rules.
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I wasn't trying to imply you're doing anything wrong. Just looking for clarity to prevent ME from doing something wrong. Your work looks awesome.


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Those brackets are for snow. It keeps the snow from sliding off of the roof. In NJ it is just for looks.
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Are you sanding with 5" hook and loop pads? Where do you source the 16 grit?
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No, they are all resin discs. Heavy duty.
Paint stores should have them. They are Norton or 3m. Box stores have them too
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Those brackets are for snow. It keeps the snow from sliding off of the roof. In NJ it is just for looks.
we call em "snow birds" around here

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