Deck Season: Tips and Hacks

  The main complaint that I hear from new customers is that their deck finish only looked good for one or two seasons and then it started to break down.  In the mid west, we get temperatures in the 100 degree range for weeks at a time, and just a couple  of months later, 0 … Continue reading Deck Season: Tips and Hacks

How To Make Brushed On Polyurethane, Or Any Clear Coat, Look Like It Was Sprayed Professionally

  The dreaded task of brushing polyurethane.  If you are a professional painter and are reading this thinking that there is nothing to it except brushing it out smooth with an ox hair brush, I'm going to ask you to get rid of your presuppositions for a moment and read on. Ninety nine point nine … Continue reading How To Make Brushed On Polyurethane, Or Any Clear Coat, Look Like It Was Sprayed Professionally

What Type of Paint Should I Use For My…

A Typical Conversation With Customers Me to the customer, "What type of sheen would you like on your walls?" Customer, "I'm not sure, What are my options, and what do you mean by sheen?" Me again, "How 'shiny' your walls will be with your new paint.  You have the options of flat, matte, eggshell, satin, … Continue reading What Type of Paint Should I Use For My…

DIY: Steps To Repainting An Entire Room

You've got a total of 30 friends coming over for Thanksgiving Dinner, and you were drinking one night and offered to cook the whole meal, nobody is to bring anything but a good attitude.  Would it be okay, as you prepare the food, to include all of the steps and ingredients, but, do them in … Continue reading DIY: Steps To Repainting An Entire Room

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