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PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2018 7:00 pm 
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Hi all, looking to change the colour of this shed to a light colour, is it possible? If so how? Any advice really appreciated.


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Looks to have been stained. Will need sanding, primer, undercoat then a topcoat of your choice.

Hopefully no varnish on the wood.

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Looks to have been stained. Will need sanding, primer, undercoat then a topcoat of your choice.

Hopefully no varnish on the wood.


Add a stain blocker ... But I think the OP might want it lighter wood colour in which case I have lost the will to live. A bottle of you know what beer for ..ankers, at least half a bottle of white (yuk) wine for ..irls, but more ...ankers beer in sight.


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