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I can't even.

So tired. SO, SO tired. I spent the weekend filling holes and sanding in preparation for painting the East Wing. Yesterday I gave the East Wing its first undercoat. 541 more words


Filling and sanding. Oh joy.

Today was my prep day for the ensuite and WIR. In the past I’ve underprepared my paint surfaces because temporary. This time it has to look good because permanent. 469 more words



Today a moment of quiet as the boys head off to do a “quick job” elsewhere before coming back in the afternoon to finish off the final bits and pieces. 424 more words


Refresh Your Home with Interior, Exterior & Shutter Paint

Summertime is often when we decide to spruce up our homes, and nothing can give your home’s exterior better curb appeal than a fresh coat of paint. 813 more words


Painting in Geraldton

If you are painting in Geraldton then visit our Paint N Quip Store for all your preparation sealers, sand paper, putty, brushes, rollers, interior and exterior paints for all surfaces.  48 more words


6 Things to Consider when Hiring a Painter

Check for lead paint. If you have a home built before 1978, hire a qualified lead expert to check it out before you begin any work. 367 more words

Days 12 and 13 Campervan Conversion Leave: Painting Pt 2, Priority Reassessment

So, I screwed up the metal bar-ish thing that I painted in the last post.

I had done a first coat of black paint, undiluted as an experiment, the result (when it was still wet on day 11) was orange-peely and gross.   803 more words