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Linen look technique

Posted by Jackie on June 19th, 2002 07:51 AM
In reply to Palph Lauren Paints by Cheryl Kelly on April 25th, 2001 09:18 PM [Go to top of thread]

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> Ralph Lauren Paint Help by Handyman on 10/27/2004

Has anyone tried the RL Linen texture technique? I just
finished a small bathroom using this techinique and I don't think
I like it at all. There are very dominant vertical
stripes where I sectioned off the walls. When painting
the sections, I could not get tape to stick to the
sections previously painted. The color is beautiful,
but there are sections of wall that would not hold the
color - it just slid right off and have exposed the the
base color. The corners ended up being either too dark
from a build up of the glaze or they are totally bare and
going back over them to try to cover them didn't work
either - the paint would not adhere. Looks a little funky.
I do a lot of faux painting and I found this to be a lot
of work with questionable results. Has anyone else tried
this technique?

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