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4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
What brand of paint to use?

Solver and Wattyl are Owned By Valspar and come out of the same Factory.
Taubmans is a part of the PPG Group

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Which exterior garage and feature wall colour?

Option 2, if the roof has a blue undertone, woodland grey if anything has a Green Undertone.
Basalt would carry the Blue

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Light render suggestions - maybe grand piano.

the coverage of these colours are very poor. Even Dulux themselves released a letter in regards to these colours. They tend to look light as well outside which is fine…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Taubmans Windy Beach

I have just supplied a client with this colour and it does not have a hint of green in it. It is made up of mainly an umber tint. It…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Can I apply oil on top of stain on outdoor timber deck?

Once Painted the timber is sealed.
Oil needs to penetrate into the wood grain and if coated the majority of the oil will sit on top.
Stain also will not be affective…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Repainting or touching up Colorbond

Anchorbond also carry a large range of Colorbond, Powder Coat etc

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
painting plasterboard ceilings - advice needed

in regards to your Dulux Ceiling white you may need to take what you can off... use a swivel floor, wall and ceiling Sander (attaches to a pole) to help…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
painting plasterboard ceilings - advice needed

A bit of a Johnny come lately.
Due to your home being quiet older i would not be surprised if your ceiling was painted using a oil based paint. When…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Painting walls to hide joints

Spot on!
It seems undercoat was not used.
Apply a Acrylic Sealer Undercoat, You can even have it tinted to a similar colour. Then re-coat it. If you are still worried about…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
How to buy paint for feature walls

If you felt ignorant i would like to know how that "paint expert" at Master feels!
Paint comes in different bases which have certain amounts of Titanium White and each can…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Correcting an old spakfilla job gone wrong...

Spakfilla on such a large whole is not ideal. when pressing the middle of the gap does it seem stable? Spakfilla is more suitable for small cracks or holes.
I would…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Colorbond wall cladding colour options

Woodland Grey is quiet dark, I have always liked C/B Night Sky (Black) as a rood option, fits well with it. Unless you want to change it up a little…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
What color to paint fascia ?

You have a few options here that i would suggest.
To match you fence you could choose Brunswick Green to tie it in.
Popular Options - Keep it the same as you…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
new plaster walls - how many coats of undercoat needed?

I agree with the last post.
A wall-board sealer should be your first coat (generously applied).
To follow you would apply 2 coats of Low Sheen.
Using a Wall Board Sealer is also…

4 years4 yearspaintmarketpaintmarket posted:
Taubmans Endure 3 Coat

My suggestion are as follows and reasons why.
Ceiling - I would use a Flat instead of a Matt, this would have no shine at all although it will hide any…

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