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Old 03-06-2011, 06:32 PM   #16
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Mix, I have seen that pic before, but since we are talking about possible nicotine, did you prime over the stains on the walls, or did you wash them off more?

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Mix, I have seen that pic before, but since we are talking about possible nicotine, did you prime over the stains on the walls, or did you wash them off more?
Boman, I wonder where?
We just rinsed the walls down with the airless before priming.
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Boman, I wonder where?:whistling2:
We just rinsed the walls down with the airless before priming.
Three guesses, first two don't count.

Just rinsed it down??

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Three guesses, first two don't count.

Just rinsed it down??
Yep!
Then we did any mud work and repairs.
Textured the ceiling with a knockdown texture and applied an orange peel texture to any repaired areas on the walls. Next we fogged it with Kilz and reacoated again with Kilz.
Then two top coats of paint on the ceiling and walls.

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