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When do I use a lining paper

Lining wallpaper is designed to smooth rough surfaces and disguises any minor surface imperfections for the ultimate application of wallpaper. . . . keep reading

Wallpaper with repeat and half match patterns

The repeat of the wallpaper is referred to as a drop-match or a half drop-match pattern . . . keep reading

What type of paint brush is recommended to paint around a door frame?
What type of paint brush is recommended to paint around a door frame?

The Angular Sash Paint brush has a long thin handle with the bristles trimmed at a 14 degree angle. The angular design will allow you extra control of the paint brush.

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How to paint a straight line along the ceiling.
How to paint a straight line along the ceiling.

If your a novice painter and find it a challenging to paint a straight line along the ceiling line than this tip might be all you need. . . . keep reading

Does my wallpaper have Asbestos?

If your wallpaper was purchased and installed between the 1920's through 1980's it may contain Asbestos. Asbestos was often mixed into vinyl wallpapers to improve the products strength and insulating properties. . . . keep reading


Is There Asbestos In Your Wallpaper?
Is There Asbestos In Your Wallpaper?

Prolonged inhalation of asbestos fibers can cause serious illnesses. Manufacturers and builders used asbestos in wallpaper because of its resistance to fire. . . . keep reading

Should I use the top of line paint?

Top of the line paint vs. middle or bottom of the line paint. If your hiring a Painting Contractor the labor cost will usually be the same. So I would say go with top of the line paint. . . . keep reading

How to paint with a dark paint colors?

Dark paint colors are harder to cover and will need to do two or more coat to get the right coverage. And wait at least 24 hours and up to as long as 48 hours between paint coats. . . . keep reading

Do I Need To Paint Two Coats

How many coats of paint is recommended for interior walls? In my 30 years of experience in the painting business I always painted two coat of paint for the very best results. Not only does this bring out the the true color it also creates a durable finish. . . . keep reading

Eco Friendly Paint For Child's Bedroom / Nursery
Eco Friendly Paint For Child's Bedroom / Nursery

You will want to use a No VOC's Paint. This type of paint is odorless as well as low emissions. No VOC's Paint are environmentally friendly and a safe product to use inside child's bedroom as well as any room in your home. . . . keep reading


How much paint do I need?
How much paint do I need for my painting project?

Our paint calculator will take the guess work out of how much paint you will need and save you an extra trip to the paint store to buy more.

Try out our Paint Calculator by clicking the link. Paint Calculator

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Wallpaper Removal Scoring Tools May Cause Unnecessary Wall Damage
Wallpaper Removal Scoring Tools May Cause Unnecessary Wall Damage

Do not use the wallpaper scoring tools shown here unless it is absolutely necessary.

Most wallpaper removal projects do not require a scoring tool. The wallpaper scoring tool will put several cuts into your drywall and plaster walls.

If not used correctly wall damage can be minor to major. At this point wall repair can get costly.

The scoring tool should be used as a last resort when removing wallpaper.
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Paint Colors - How To Pick A Winner!
Paint Colors - How To Pick A Winner!

The colors you choose should please you first and foremost.

The colors you choose reflect more about you than you realize.

Look around at what colors you put together in your home or in the clothes you wear.

Think about the energy and emotions and try to find a palette that reflects them. Go with your own style. But remember there are rules you should follow.
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Liner Wallpaper
Liner Wallpaper

Nonwoven wall liner is designed to smooth rough surfaces for the ultimate application of wallpaper.

Surfaces it was designed to cover include brick, wood paneling, laminate, ceramic tile, cement block, stucco, textured, and damaged walls. . . . keep reading

Vinyl free wallpaper has no asbestos

Vinyl wallpapers in your home, if the home was built before 1980, may contain asbestos and asbestos fibers.

One of the common uses for asbestos was in "home decor" and home building materials. In addition to being so strong, asbestos was desirable because asbestos is heat resistant, making your house safer from fire, though not making it safe from asbestos aliments. . . . keep reading

Buying wallpaper online
Buying wallpaper online

There are a few questions you must ask when ordering wallpaper online. It is important that you ask if the wallpaper is first quality. Also make sure the wallpaper rolls are all the same dye lot. . . . keep reading

Different Types Of Paint Brushes
Different Types Of Paint Brushes Generally There Are Four Different Types Of Paint Brushes

A flat Wall Paint Brush has a thicker, shorter beaver tail handle, with longer bristles. It is used to apply paint to large areas.

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Top 10 Reasons To Use Nonwoven Wallpaper

1. Nonwoven Wallpapers are earth friendly.
2. Nonwoven Wallpapers are 100% vinyl-free
3. Non Woven Wallpaper removes totally dry!
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Match The Right Paint Brush To Your Project.
MATCH THE PAINT BRUSH TO YOUR PROJECT: . . . keep reading
HOW TO LOAD A PAINT BRUSH:
HOW TO LOAD A PAINT BRUSH:

To avoid dripping and to keep your hands and fingers clean, do not sink the paint brush up to the metal ferrule. Only dip the paint brush about halfway into the paint

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