I've had extremely good success with DuPont interior paint. It's intended for any surface - plastic, metal, rubber and carpet. I painted an entire interior with ease (it doesn't require any primer, just clean the surface, dry and paint). I would highly recommend it, just be aware that the fumes are pretty nasty.
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Oil based paint is best removed with mineral oil or heavy cream like a cold cream. Do not use paint thinner on your skin, it is way too harsh. For latex paint, use soap and water, if the paint is dried use hand cream of baby oil.
The best way to update the interior of your home is a fresh coat of paint. For homes with lighting issues use a neutral color and add splashes of color with your decor.
Sand blasting is about the best way to go, and is also the most expensive. Sanding and a de-greaser is the cheap route to go, or paint thiner(really messy).
It's the cheapest way to build a good interior wall.
Easiest and best way to test for lead in toys is to contact a trained professional with an X Ray Florescent analyzer. These can tell you to the parts per million (ppm) in mere seconds of what is in the item without harming the item
Yes, according to the paint guy at Lowes. Use it yes but worry about damp walls need to breath
The best way to remove luminated paint from your taillights is by sanding them smooth.
You will need to coat your wall with primer first. After you let it dry, then you can apply your beige paint. Here is a link to help you further. http://www.remodelforums.com/painting-interior-design/7-covering-dark-paint.html
most cars has it on the door panel easiest way is to google it
paint a picture
Yes, in the same way it burnes eyes, and it makes paint peal from cars if left on too long but can do damage!
the best way to get paint off your driveway would be mineral turpentine.