How To Paint Over Old Wallpaper

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How to paint over wallpaper

Paint over wallpaper the right way by following this video, painting over wallpaper has never been so easy- In this video I paint over some kitchen vinyl wallpaper using Zinsser 123 as a primer, followed by two coats of Zinsser Perma white, which is mould and mildew resistant. Blown vinyl on the landing is also painted over using Zinsser wallpaper cover up, as well as the vinyl wallpaper in two of the bedrooms. It is important to choose the correct primer when painting over wallpaper as it can create a lot of work if the incorrect or no primer is used.

How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets

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Remove Old Wallpaper from Drywall Super Easy With Steamer

Remove Old Wallpaper from Drywall Super Easy with steamer. In this video we used the Wagner Steamer to get all the wallpaper off the wall. I have to say it worked incredible. It's a little time consuming but it is super easy. http://www.topnotchstripes.com Amazon Store https://www.amazon.com/shop/topnotchlawncare AMAZON GEAR I USE canon 70d - http://amzn.to/2ma3swz canon lens - http://amzn.to/2zsjqXz light kit - http://amzn.to/2heNSdr ISO Tunes - http://amzn.to/2hTE5ug *****SUBSCRIBE HERE***** https://www.youtube.com/user/TopNotchLawns To send me anything for the Lawn Care Wall of Fame Top Notch 2300 N Nelson DR. #11 Derby, KS 67037 EMAIL INQUIRES - topnotchlc7@gmail.com INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/topnotchlawncare7/ FACEBOOK- https://www.facebook.com/Top-Notch-YouTube-581745805316475/ MUSIC Top Notch Lawn Care is powered by Yardbook.com Top Notch Lawn Care is Powered by https://www.yardbook.com/ https://topnotchtrailerracks.com/ https://topnotchtrailerracks.com/

Paint a room under 9 minutes!! 😮🤩🤩

First coat done with sprayer, 411tip, 2nd coat was back rolled!!! Doors and trim are always painted after, Carpet was replaced for tile. "When I first started painting!!!" First year of painting. I start from top to bottom now, I keep mastering my craft. Practice makes perfect.

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Painting over old wallpaper is a great solution and is easier and quicker than other options like putting 1/4" sheet rock over old wallpaper or removing it. This video shows you the tips, tools and techniques to paint over wallpaper. It works really well and the painted wallpaper makes a great surface for fresh paint.