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Old 07-06-2009, 11:31 AM  
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The addition to my house that I have been working on for the past 2 yearsis nearly finished. FINALLY!! Now we are repainting the house. I'm planning to paint right over the old paint. But there are new parts that need to be primed. I have a few partially full cans of old exterior paint that will not be used as the final color. Can I use them up as primer?
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:06 AM   #31
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Yes, especially primers over bare wood in the middle of the summer. And most interior paints I thin 10-30%. I don't do it to save money, the difference in the amount of paint used is negligible, it simply makes them easier to work with and I can still get a good finish. I rarely screw with exterior paint though.

And don't confuse Kilz2 with regular Kilz, there's a big difference.
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:30 AM   #32
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OK a minor health setback prevented me from tackling this painting job until this past weekened. I had all my paint and purchased an air gun from Wal-Mart. It started out OK but turned into a semi disaster in short order. The paint guy had me pick up my air spray gun from their automotive dept. It started clogging up after initially working well. I think the viscocity for automotive paint is a lot less than for house paint (even after the recommended thinning the house paint). I returned the gun and now am looking for a suitable spray gun for my air compressor. Any ideas about were to go for a good deal and how much I should expect to pay? Any help is really appreciated. This is a good weather week and I don't wanna miss out on it.
No, please continue to seek advice from Walmart employees.
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:32 AM   #33
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No, please continue to seek advice from Walmart employees.
OK I deserved that. Now can you answer my question?
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:34 AM   #34
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Did you strain the pait before using it in the air gun? Not doing that will clog up a gun.
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:41 AM   #35
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Did you strain the pait before using it in the air gun? Not doing that will clog up a gun.
No. I though that's for if you have old paint with debris in it. I'll strain next time no matter what.
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Old 07-20-2009, 11:50 AM   #36
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OK I deserved that. Now can you answer my question?
Go buy this: http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...ctId=100634354

Or rent an airless sprayer for $50-85 a day.

When you're spraying latex on a house, airless works best. Lots of people buy Wagner spray products and lots of people have success with Wagner products. An airless solution isn't cheap but it's well worth the effort.
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I took a week off from work to paint the house, after ripping off rotted trim and crappy Masonite siding I still need to paint the dam thing. I have hired a painter to spray it and got a pretty good deal. I now need to pick colors, trim will be a tan and I have yet to pick out the base color. I drove through the new additions down the street and saw more darker colors in the browns, greens and grey's. What say you, what color is your house and or what would you pick?
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I drove through the new additions down the street and saw more darker colors in the browns, greens and grey's. What say you, what color is your house and or what would you pick?
adirondack colors are in style at least in my neck of the woods.
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The addition to my house that I have been working on for the past 2 yearsis nearly finished. FINALLY!! Now we are repainting the house. I'm planning to paint right over the old paint. But there are new parts that need to be primed. I have a few partially full cans of old exterior paint that will not be used as the final color. Can I use them up as primer?
yes...

take some scrap wood and do it, and then take some primer and do it and then wait 10 yrs to see the difference

protip: there isnt any


oh wait

exterior paint indoor might stink for a while....lol
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Old 05-19-2017, 05:57 PM   #40
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The wife likes Behr paint dry brown, I kinda like the sage green. I think I may give her, her way on the outside and do the sage green on the inside. I see the inside more than the out.

I'm switching from Sherwin Williams to Behr Premium Plus, has anyone used this paint?

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Old 05-19-2017, 06:09 PM   #41
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The wife likes Behr paint dry brown, I kinda like the sage green. I think I may give her here way on the outside and do the sage green on the inside. I see the inside more than the out.

I'm switching from Sherwin Williams to Behr Premium Plus, has anyone used this paint?
Highly recommend the Behr Premium Plus. Our entire interior is painted with it. Just repainted my office and again went with the Behr line. Stuff is great and I think worth the extra money. The stain blocking stuff does allow things to be fairly easily wiped off too.
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Old 05-19-2017, 06:21 PM   #42
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Highly recommend the Behr Premium Plus. Our entire interior is painted with it. Just repainted my office and again went with the Behr line. Stuff is great and I think worth the extra money. The stain blocking stuff does allow things to be fairly easily wiped off too.



Sherwin Williams has gotten proud, I will save about 10 bucks a gallon with Behr.
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Old 05-19-2017, 06:24 PM   #43
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Sherwin Williams has gotten proud, I will save about 10 bucks a gallon with Behr.
Wow! Did not know that.

Well then for sure you should go with Behr!
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Highly recommend the Behr Premium Plus. Our entire interior is painted with it. Just repainted my office and again went with the Behr line. Stuff is great and I think worth the extra money. The stain blocking stuff does allow things to be fairly easily wiped off too.





We have the same textured inside walls, I find it hard to pick a color I like because of the texture.
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I took a week off from work to paint the house, after ripping off rotted trim and crappy Masonite siding I still need to paint the dam thing. I have hired a painter to spray it and got a pretty good deal. I now need to pick colors, trim will be a tan and I have yet to pick out the base color. I drove through the new additions down the street and saw more darker colors in the browns, greens and grey's. What say you, what color is your house and or what would you pick?
My house is brick. The color is a light peach, not quite apricot.
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