House Painting Advice

Tips For Choosing Interior and Exterior Colors

Do It Yourself
How to Avoid a Wrinkly, Blistery, Crackly Paint Job on Your Home Siding - part II
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 22:12
PART I

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If you paint with an oil-based paint during cold weather, you could end up with excessive chalking from your paint Ė a white powdery layer that rubs off when you touch it. However, paint with excessive chalking can also be caused by putting on too thin a layer of paint, or from...

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How to Avoid a Wrinkly, Blistery, Crackly Paint Job on Your Home Siding - part I
Tuesday, 28 September 2010 21:59
Popping blisters, peeling skin, and warped wrinkles covering your home's exterior may be attractive to the Wicked Witch of the West - but the alligator-skin look won't be as attractive to your neighbors and potential home buyers. Foresight is required when painting your home's exterior. Knowing...

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The Right Color For Your House
Saturday, 14 August 2010 21:28
There are several last key subjects left to consider when purchasing your paint. First of all, when you find a dozen or so colors you like, take them home and test them out on your walls. Make sure to wait and let them dry, because dry paint always looks different from wet paint. Also donít paint...

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