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Old 12-25-2013, 02:52 PM   #1
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We just had this painted recently and it chipped/peeled off when we took off the moulding. What is the best way to fix it? Does it have to be spackled? Thanks
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Yes it should be spackled (any joint compound), spot primed, and painted. I don't bother with the spot prime for flat paint.

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Yes it should be spackled (any joint compound), spot primed, and painted. I don't bother with the spot prime for flat paint.
Thanks...it's a matte finish. When you say "spot prime" that means any primer and just go over the compound area with it? Thanks
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Yes. Well, not "any" primer. It should be a drywall sealer. For matte finish I would spot prime.
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To keep this from happening again before you remove something like this run a sharp utility knife along the edge in case any paint has stuck to it.
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The main cause of paint cheeping is bad surface preparation. if the surface is not clean and contain oil then these types of problems occurs. The solution of this problem is to cover the surface with a new surface.

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That sounded like one of those eHow pages, where you got slave labor in some foreign land cutting and pasting How-To information they Googled on the internets.

There's this gem about apparently adding more mold to your bathroom:
!st serious DIY Bathroom remodel- wish me luck!

And of course this classic:
Masonary paint

He probably should be banned, but I can't figure out what he's up to.

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