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Solvent or oil-based paints are used where a tough, durable finish is required for interior and exterior timber, masonry and furniture - although, as mentioned above, the new generation of acrylics and multi-surface paints offers viable alternatives. In general, brushes need to be cleaned with turpentine or white spirit.



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But before doing this, you have to know the condition of the surface you wanted to paint. Regardless of whether the base coat is oil or latex, you must dull glossy paint by sanding or de-glossing it with a chemical de-glossing product. If you don't dull glossy paint, the second coat will streak and not stick to the base coat when drying.



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Tips on Paint Brush Care and Maintenance. Over the years one may find themselves using a Paint Brush to paint something in the house or something around it. Areas of painting concern could include where the weekly vacuum cleaner leaving black skid marks on the baseboards, or those typical 4' high hand prints on walls are all too well known from young parents. Other examples using a Paint Brush may include painting a closet door on a Saturday afternoon, but getting called away from duty by some more important family event or need, not really wanting to paint the item in the first place. What ever reason, the Paint Brush deserves it's attention and care, keeping pristine, just as a favored antique tool from Grandpa's Shop, deserves it's cleaning and care. What ever quality of Paint Brush one chooses to buy, (Best is recommended by number of bristles per square inch) techniques listed here coincide with all paint brushes.