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Myron Ferguson explains the difference between a Level 5 finish and a plaster skim coat.
The most common choice for hardwoods in the houses I build has been white oak, so when I found out the architect had specified Mesquite, I knew I needed to video the process.
BIN Advanced primer and sealer uses synthetic rather than natural shellac, for a low odor, and is water-based so cleanup is easier.
The 100 series of paints claims to offer better hide, improved sprayability, and easier touchups, at an affordable price.
Veteran drywall contractor and JLC Live presenter reviews the Bucket Splash Guard.
Made in the U.S., these washable drop cloths consist of a tightly woven polyester/cotton fabric with a triple-coated utyl-rubber backing that helps prevent liquids from leaking through while also resisting slippage on hardwood and other solid surfaces.
This thread from the JLC Forums discusses best practices for patching nail pops and small defects in drywall so that the patch doesn't telegraph through the finish coat of paint.
This easy-to-use mixer is handy for a wide range of mixing jobs from paint and plaster to adhesives, ready-mixed mortar, and other coatings.
A lawsuit in California that seeks some $1 billion from former lead paint manufacturers.
3M's Patch Plus Primer could come in handy for small patching jobs
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