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Old 01-24-2011, 05:48 AM   #1
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Help saying goodbye to textured walls


We have a small hallway which was done with a prepackaged Venetian plaster this stuff does not sand well. We would like to smooth and repaint is it possible to prime with gripper primer a few coats with thick nap roller? Any help would be appreciated. Nic

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Help saying goodbye to textured walls


Skim coat with two coats of Joint compound, sand, prime, and repaint.

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