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Cost to white wash new wood in California home

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does anyone know the best process for whitewashing new wood (beams and planks).
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First make sure it is well sanded
after that clean all with water and 1 cup vinger make sure they are free of all dust :)
Now take regular primer flat (mat ) I think in the USA and mixed with waterit so that it's very thin almost water like , then with a cotto cloth apply to the item you want. This can be repeated until you get the effect you want usually 3 coats.

( can be mess best if the beams are not on ceiling already ):thumbup:

At the paint store u must make sure you get paint that can be thinned with water :thumbsup:

Hope it is clear if not let me know and let me know how you like this , in addition try it first on a piece of pratice wood then u will see if this is what your wanted.
Dutchgirl in Holland
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