Removing Paint from wood clapboard siding

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    […] Second, inspect the old paint to see how well it adheres. If it adheres perfectly, you can paint over the previous coat. More often than not older paint will be flaking or peeling. This failing paint needs to be taken off in order to ensure that the new coat adheres. In some extreme cases a wall may need to be stripped completely. […]

  3. Melissa 6 years ago

    HI,

    I really like the color that you painted this house. By any chance, do you know the color that you used? Thanks for your time.

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