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Question Renovating laundry bathroom combo 1960ís to 2020

Hi all I am looking for some advise or tips on my project before I start it. So the main goal is to update and make the shower bigger, add new fan, new pod lights, new flooring, raise ceiling by...
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Opps I forgot to add the image of the new light...

Opps I forgot to add the image of the new light fixture.
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1920's home with 13x13 square recess lighting

Hi,
I recently purchased a home and in the living room was a older type of light fixture. We want to add a new light fixture there but I am at a loss in how to best do this job. When I take the...
11-29-18, 10:14 AM
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Oh okay that makes sense. In-between the colors...

Oh okay that makes sense. In-between the colors that prior owners you can tell that there is a little line bulging out, so would it be best to sand it a little, fill holes, get if I need to skim then...
11-29-18, 08:25 AM
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Once you did that, did you hand or did you jump...

Once you did that, did you hand or did you jump straight to the paint? Or did you use primer first? I don't think my case is wall paper. I think the paint only stuck in certain areas so I don't know...
11-29-18, 08:09 AM
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Oh okay, thank you marksr, and once that is done...

Oh okay, thank you marksr, and once that is done then prime and paint right? Sorry this is all so new to me and this is one of my first big projects in our new home.
11-29-18, 06:46 AM
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marksr-What joint compound would you recommend?

marksr-What joint compound would you recommend?
11-29-18, 06:23 AM
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marksr- So in your opinion, depending if it is...

marksr- So in your opinion, depending if it is oil base or not will dictate how I go about fixing the solution? If it is what would be the steps or what about if its not oil base? I'm working on...
11-28-18, 08:42 AM
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Old 1920 home with old paint

Hi, so we recently bought a older home and as we were trying to patch the holes on the wall we realized that the paint was peeling. It peeled so easy the we could stick our arm in elbows deep and...
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