To begin the clean-up remove as much excess paint as possible by brushing or rolling out on newspaper. Where water-based paint is concerned, wash brushes, rollers and other equipment in water. Remember that turps is needed when using oil-based paints. It is vital to rinse equipment well and, if necessary, straighten brush bristles with an old comb. To save time, mess and water use a Rota Cota® Rolla Cleana to clean roller covers.
Hi guys, On the weekend someone graffitied our relatively new fence. The posts were powdercoated with Dulux in monument. I managed to take the black graffiti off with methylated spirits and isopropyl alcohol, but it's dulled the powdercoat. By dulled I mean less shine and looks like a shade or two lighter than the original semigloss monument. Is it possible to restore it back to original state? Can this be achieved by polishing it? What product(s)/process would you recommend? Thanks! NB: No clear coat applied, just semigloss Dulux powdercoat.
How do I remove mould on an interior brick wall that has not been painted? We are going to paint it after that.