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Chegwin


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12/01/2010 11:14

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Is it possible to paint over Hammerite Smooth with Hammerite Hammered and vice versa?



Chegwin



newlad



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12/01/2010 11:22

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No problem Chegs as long as you remove any loose or flakey deposits,

Paul.



johndp


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12/01/2010 11:35

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As paul says no problem have done it several times just rub down any flaking bits in fact its a good barrier



Chegwin


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Merci

Happy days painting then.

Chegs



Tiggy


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Is this advice from qualified Painterís & Decoratorís??



When I have carried this out, it is further advised to dust off and to use a cleaning agent so as a complete bond is made.



Michelangelo



ttoli


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For railings etc, a foam roller is much quicker



newlad



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Tiggy,

Mess two was posted by a qualified person.Never used a cleaning agent myself.But if you are going to go by the bible then yes would be the answer to mess 7.

Paul.



Tiggy


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Nice one Paul,



Are you City & Guilds certificated ?



I am C&G in Carpentry and Joinery to advanced level (merit)



Lot of dabblers on this forum that know a little about something,s but profess to know a lot about nothing !!



Pity the hull v Chelsea match was postponed.



AlsancakJack



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12/01/2010 16:25

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One pertinent point directly from a tin of Hammerite is as follows:

'Paint a test patch of Hammerite paint onto painted surfaces and leave for 1 hour. If there is no reaction apply Hammerite paint directly to surface.'

AJ



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