Different surfaces require different treatments. Bare wood should be sanded and then primed, while stained wood should be treated with wood bleach. Surface texture should match the character of a room; for example, smooth paintwork may not suit an old house.
|1. BARE PLASTER
Brush, prime, and seal with diluted latex paint.
|2. BARE BRICK
Brush to remove debris, and then coat with masonry paint.
Scrape. Seal with stabilizing solution. Paint with latex.
Although stripping is best, no vinyl can be painted over.
|5. CERAMIC TILES
Coat with gloss or enamel, or strip for best results.
Remove stain with wood bleach, seal, sand, and prime.