Acrylic paint from Benjamin Moore is paint and primer in one.Primer is your friend
You ought to be here. They have an old dead lumber yard, theater, and more places where cars from Canada come in. Where the hell they go to I haven't a clue, but they are late model cars and P/u's.Thats where all the used cars come from, all the ones flooded out in the midwest.
My Ace Hardware here sells that paint. Good stuff. Still needs two coats, everything needs two coats. Never used a paint that can do a proper job with one coat.Acrylic paint from Benjamin Moore is paint and primer in one.
I wiped down the walls and ceiling today. Put an ‘awning ‘ of paper over every door. The window sill too. Got the hand masker. Great product. A little pricey for how much I’m going to use it.
Using Benjamin Moore ultra spec 500 flat for ceiling. OC-110 Milkyway. I got 3 gallons. 500 sq ft. I heard it’s a great ceiling paint because it has minimal splatter.
I always use 2 coats. It’s almost white on a white ceiling.My Ace Hardware here sells that paint. Good stuff. Still needs two coats, everything needs two coats. Never used a paint that can do a proper job with one coat.
Ah, didn't know that about the batteries. My friend's paycheck just landed so hopefully he'll be able to get a new one. I just hope they have the one he wants in stock.I'd be careful around that battery. The correct order of things is ........the battery post was broken somehow, which then caused the battery to boil over. Batteries can literally explode when they short out.
Do you have another [power cord for the monitor? If the cord is broken internally, it's a fire hazard.
LOL! The photoshopped Nessie is a nice touch.
I got one coat on ceiling today. Will get a second done tomorrow. Paint is fine in the flat version.Just got a 3 inch angled Purdy brush for cutting in. I'm going to use a square one for the ceiling because I don't need to worry about it getting on walls. Humidity in house is 50% even though thunderstorms are predicted. I'm going to paint anyway. Shouldn't be a problem. I also bought a snap on gallon cover/funnel. I'm totally sold on them. No cleanup needed around rim of can.