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Jun 8, 2021

[Answer] 6. Lars has black smoke stains on his kitchen wall after his fried chicken caught fire on the stove. Cleaning didn't remove the marks so he painted over it. Sure enough, the stain bled through the paint. What should he have done instead?

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...1. Used two coats of paint instead of one 2. Covered the stain with a layer of spackle first 3. Just used a darker colour to hide the stain 4. Used a stain-blocking primer before painting There are special primers formulated to seal in tough stains. Once the primer is dry a regular top coat of paint can be used.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "6. Lars has black smoke stains on his kitchen wall after his fried chicken caught fire on the stove. Cleaning didn't remove the marks so he painted over it. Sure enough, the stain bled through the paint. What should he have done instead?"



Used a stain-blocking primer before painting:


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