Category: Painting works


Linen oil paint - Paint the wooden facade with linseed oil - Good tips
Linen oil paint - Paint the wooden facade with linseed oil - Good tips
Linen oil paint is an old Swedish tradition, which had its glossy days in the 19th century when the panel became fashionable. Long before acrylic paints and alkyd paints were invented, it was the art of mixing linseed colors that allowed our houses to get color. The color still has a traditional sound and is made of natural ingredients, raw materials that grow on our fields.
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Hardening colors and two-component epoxy paint
Hardening colors and two-component epoxy paint
Many paints and lacquers contain hard solvents, but one Trying to abandon these funds more and more, and instead develop solid and strong water-based curing systems. The most used two-component colors contain epoxy, polyurethane or urea binders. Properties differ slightly depending on the composition and amount of the adhesive, but the principle of curing is the same.
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Paint the wood facade with acrylic paint
Paint the wood facade with acrylic paint
Acrylic paint is one of the colors in the market that is water soluble. It is easy to use, keeps well and can be used for almost any painting, not least facades. Acrylic paints are sometimes called plastic paint, and it's actually exactly what it is. Content Acrylate was developed in the mid-20th century, when the industrial and technological development allowed us to start using plastics to a greater extent.
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Latex paint - Paint the wood facade with latex paint
Latex paint - Paint the wood facade with latex paint
Latex Color is a collective name for the water-soluble colors that have small plastic balls as binders. The most common latex paint on the facade is acrylic paint, a lightweight and fast-drying color that lasts a long time. There are also other latex paints on the market, but they are mostly intended for indoor painting.
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Wallpaper Tools for Wallpaper Furniture
Wallpaper Tools for Wallpaper Furniture
It may seem that a wallpaper maker is the one that hangs wallpaper and therefore the wallpaper tools are sticker brushes, cutter blocks and socket cutters. But that's not the case at all. A wallpaper maker - the word comes from the French tapestry, which refers to image and embroidery is the craftsman who stops, dresses and dresses furniture, manufactures pillows and mattresses, arranges curtain sets and more.
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Painting - prefabrication of walls before painting
Painting - prefabrication of walls before painting
It's easy to believe that painting works quickly and easily. Just buy a pair of buckets of paint and some brushes, take away furniture and paintings from the walls and iron out the paint. So fast, if you want a really good result of your work However, you do thorough preparatory work - even if it takes time - the painting works as on the rail.
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Brushes - Choose the right brush for painting
Brushes - Choose the right brush for painting
Many people hardly think of the brush they put in hand for a painting work. It is often seen as a disposable tool, a must for getting the color on the wall or other surface. Nothing could be more wrong. A brush is the most important tool the painter has, and largely determines what a painting results.
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Patch, floor puddle, wall pouch and spackling, tips
Patch, floor puddle, wall pouch and spackling, tips
Filler and filler is a good and often necessary reason for most renovation work. It is used to get flat surfaces to add a beautiful surface layer, such as paint, wallpaper or tiles. In order to get as good a reason as possible, it is important to choose the right filler on the right occasions. There are a wide variety of variants to choose from, depending on where and where it will be spilled.
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Painting painted walls indoors - How to do
Painting painted walls indoors - How to do
One of the most obvious do-it-yourself jobs is to paint the walls of the home . It is also fun to perform because you see the results of your efforts while painting. Painting is a quick and easy way to renew your home. Before you buy the color and take you work, there are a few things to keep in mind.
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Painting the wood façade with lasyr paint
Painting the wood façade with lasyr paint
The beautiful laser color highlightes the wood's own structure and aging. The laser can be more or less covering and often comes in the form of an oil-based paint or an alkyd-acrylate hybrid. A color paint is used as protection and as a color setting on facades where the wood's tendency and structure are to occur.
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Painting with Templates - How to Cut and Paint
Painting with Templates - How to Cut and Paint
Many painting techniques used in the past come back to an increasing extent. Template painting has since the early Middle Ages been a popular way of making walls beautiful and more interesting. Nowadays you can buy ready-made templates in many styles. If you choose to make your own template, you will get a personalized wallet for a low price.
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Flush correctly - How to flush on different substrates
Flush correctly - How to flush on different substrates
Most painting and wallpaper work requires well-done preliminary work to make the final result good. One of the most important moments in this preliminary work is Spackling . There are now many easy-to-process and quick-drying filler masses. However, it is important that you do not apply too thick layers of filler at a time.
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Painting the Wood Facade - Tips on Painting the Facade
Painting the Wood Facade - Tips on Painting the Facade
In this article on painting a wood facade you will find detailed information and do it yourself with explanatory photographs on how to paint the wood façade. The is an extensive work to paint the wooden facade of the house. Because it takes a lot of time, money and effort, it's important to be careful about all the preparations and all pre-work before you start painting the wooden facade.
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