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 I have a wooden vanity I want to paint, can I use spray paint?

Answer Hi there! Sounds like your going to have a project to do. You do not need to remove the varnish or existing paint. What you do need to do is, if there is paint peeling then scrape those areas. Th... Read More »
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How do I spray paint wooden furniture?

Wipe down the wood furniture with a damp cloth and allow it to dry. Remove all hardware, and sand the surface with 150-grit sandpaper. Sanding will cut through the previous clear coat and allow the... Read More »
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Is it OK to paint wooden skirting boards etc with emulsion paint as I want a matt finish not gloss?

I use satin wood, as I don't like the gloss finish. I don't think the emulsion would be hard wearing enough.
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How do you spray paint on metal, so that the paint wont fall of any suggestions ?

most golf clubs are clear coated, so you're gonna want to take some steel wool or sand paper in a high grit like 220 and sand it down. then pick up paint specifically made for metals and give it a ... Read More »
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