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Default Thank you, skimcoating walls

Last fall I asked if it was feasible to skimcoat a room where the
walls had been painted with sand paint. Very annoying stuff.
I really didn't want to start a huge messy job that I couldn't finish.

Weather intervened and I didn't get around to it until the last
couple of weeks. Messy, but doable, and I want to thank everyone
who gave me advice about the project. The walls came out pretty
good after only one coat. I only did a second coat in some areas.

Just wanted let you know I appreciated your advice.


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