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Old 07-10-2015, 11:24 AM   #1
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Proper Checklist

Do any of you guys have a proper checklist for painting prep? ex: what rooms/walls that need to be repaired(mud, puddy etc).
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Old 07-10-2015, 12:27 PM   #2
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not sure what you mean by "proper checklist" but. on exterior lime plastered walls,
remove exterior coating by means of flame, or paint remover.
then hot water pressure wash,
then remove and repair weak and/or crumbling underlying plaster,
then repair.
and last paint, stucco, silosanico, whatever.
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ok I should have explained it more clearly....when we get a job it mainly consists of putting putty in nail holes repairing holes with mud and once the mud work is finished we paint. for the most part I dont always do the first walk thru, when it's time to work there is repairs that's missed I just want a checklist(pdf) of each repair that needs to be done, what room, wall and or ceiling that needs to be done....I'm tired of doing re-work.
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