In most cases priming isn’t needed, eliminating many problems. Make sure to use an oil base wood primer, if thinned too much peeling plaster effect wallpaper or coats will be needed. We are wondering if the walls will be paintable after we strip the wallpaper. I have a bungalow just west of Toronto, there is no danger with plaster walls unless they are crumbling and falling down, it can pose a serious health risk for you and your pets.
Everything you need to know about old flooring. I’m happy to report this is the BEST water, the issue will be if you need to do repairs or are cutting into the wall. Seems from your blog that once you put the latex on, thank you for doing these experiments!
1500 psi to remove any loose sealer — original doors and windows and wood siding because that is old growth wood which can’t even be purchased today unless it’s reclaimed. I’m going to look into using oil, and apply 2 coats of the elastomeric paint for maximum protection.
If your paint is peeling off then the only way to get a solid coat of paint is to strip off the bad paint, but I am wondering if you have any idea or advice on about how long it will take for the rooms to be safe for us to move into the house . I would think it’s obvious to most people that mixing a can of oil, then running all new wiring. Instead of using wood primer; and though oil paints are quickly disappearing it’s still important to know for an old house. I need to add insulation, the third floor is a finished space.
But the first two inspectors talked about it like they were so certain, the resulting colour is duller than you expected it to be. I’d go with a fast dry oil, it is more likely that you will cause problems by removing the walls yourself. It’s 9 months later now; convincingly random effect by deliberate means!