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#Painters Sydney How to Remove Paint Stains From Clothes and Fabrics

#HousePaintersSydney, Dripping paint on your clothes or on other fabrics doesn’t have to ruin the items. Most paint stains can be removed from clothes and other items such as drapes, blankets, and upholstery. Here is how you can remove paint stains that are both oil-based and water-based.      

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#Painters Hornsby – Safety Precautions and Personal Protection When Using Spray Equipment

#Commercial Painters Sydney Safety Precautions: Spray Painting, 1. Never point the gun at anyone. 2. Never place the gun tip in contact with your body, or place hands or fingers on the tip, whether pressurised or unpressurised.   3. Always shut off the power and relieve. the fluid pressure before repairing…

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#ResidentialPaintersSydney – Workplace Health and Safety – Hazardous Substances Part 6

#HousePaintingSydney Reasons to apply paint are: Protection: To protect surfaces, (substrates), from damage and the effects of the weather. Decoration: To provide colour and texture to surfaces, resulting in pleasant living and working Identification: Paint and colour highlight and identify specific areas and surfaces in industrial applications, e.g. safety, advertising, signage.…

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#ResidentialPaintingSydney – Workplace Health and Safety – Hazardous substances Part 4

#PaintingServicesSydney Liquid Paint Remove Liquid paint remover is the most popular method of removing coating’s from substrates affected by graffiti for although it is slow to complete the task, often requiring more than one application, this method avoids damage and provides a clean surface for recoating if carriedout carefully. REMEMBER:…

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#MARBLING – Part 3 Positive/Negative Method

Following is part three of our marbling article; There are two basic techniques used to imitate marble Overglazing – see article part 2 Positive and Negative Methods B. Positive/Negative Method The negative method achieves a marble effect by removing sections of an applied medium to expose the colour underneath to…

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