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Old 04-25-2012, 07:14 AM   #1
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Hello from Brooklyn-Painter


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Delighted to be on this forum. I'm a second generation painter, originally from Bridgehampton, NY. My father has been painting the homes out there since the 1960s. Myself, been doing this since the mid 1980s.

Now have a business in Brooklyn, working in alot of Brownstones and new condos. We do alot of plaster work too, skimcoating and have forged ahead into the world of making plaster mouldings.

My crew is great, and I learn something from them every day.

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Old 04-29-2012, 09:39 PM   #5
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Hi,
Maybe you can help me. I hired a painter and he removed wallpaper from my bathroom and applied an oil based primer then semi gloss paint. It has bubbled and sagged. It looks rough on the walls too. He has applied seven coats of paint now and it is worse than ever. He won't sand it all the way down and start over, he keeps applying more spackle and then paint. I have tons of bubbles. Please help. If you can tell me what to do or have them do I would appreciate it so much. I am at my wits end.
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