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March 2013

How do you paint that?!

Did you know you could paint almost anything?  Here's some tips for painting unusual surfaces.
Masonry, such as brick or stone
Prep: scour unpainted surface with a sponge or nylon brush and warm, soapy water.  Let dry overnight.  On previously painted surfaces, use a wire brush to remove chips or flakes, then smooth uneven surfaces with 100-grit sandpaper.  Clean as above.
Coat: seal pores with a water-based primer designed for masonry, and coat with latex paint.  Use a thick-nap roller, and use a brush to cut in along the edges or to get paint into deep crevices.
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