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We sprayed so it required even more masking
ahh, now thats tricky. I've never done the spray thing, only a roller.
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ahh, now thats tricky. I've never done the spray thing, only a roller.

The spraying was a cinch. No way I was going to roll the house though, not with the coarse stucco texture we have. We have less textured interior walls and those are a pain enough.
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Ugh, painting stucco, NO THANK YOU. You would have had to get a super thick roller for that crap, it's like painting with a wadded up towel I'm fortunate in the fact that I haven't painted an exterior before, and hopefully I won't have to. I'd go sprayer though, no question.
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The spraying was a cinch. No way I was going to roll the house though, not with the coarse stucco texture we have. We have less textured interior walls and those are a pain enough.
ah, I cant tell its textured from the picture. Looks smooth

How significant is the overspray? Did you have to tape up multiple feet away from the walls?
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Yup. Sprayer was surprisingly easy and hassle-free. Rented from Home Depot. Pro quality sprayer.
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Ugh, painting stucco, NO THANK YOU. You would have had to get a super thick roller for that crap, it's like painting with a wadded up towel I'm fortunate in the fact that I haven't painted an exterior before, and hopefully I won't have to. I'd go sprayer though, no question.
yeah, ive painted cinderblock with a roller. Ate paint like no other and you need at least an inch nap to get coverage.

I didnt realize stucco was like that, spray is definitely the way to go then
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ah, I cant tell its textured from the picture. Looks smooth

How significant is the overspray? Did you have to tape up multiple feet away from the walls?

It was complicated by some crappy wind. But it wasn't too bad. A couple feet to be safe, but the entire underside of the eaves were masked. Ugh...
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Ugh, painting stucco, NO THANK YOU. You would have had to get a super thick roller for that crap, it's like painting with a wadded up towel I'm fortunate in the fact that I haven't painted an exterior before, and hopefully I won't have to. I'd go sprayer though, no question.

Wadded up paper towel indeed. That's how our interior almost felt. Fucking exhausting.
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It was complicated by some crappy wind. But it wasn't too bad. A couple feet to be safe, but the entire underside of the eaves were masked. Ugh...
yeah, that could suck. Did you tape one side, put up a cloth, tape the other side, or use the big 1.5 foot rolls of masking paper that are lightly sticky?
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There was no real method. The wind made it all very difficult. Sticky masking paper would have never stayed up.
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Fixed the firepit, added a ring to protect the bricks and reflect the heat more.







Also bought a new (to me) lawnmower today, dont have a big yard and dont really need it for anything but mowing so I ended up getting a good deal on a Deere LT160



Mmmm fresh cut grass

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Ok, that looks pretty sweet now. You should put some sort of rack on top to bbq
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Projects this season:

Build playground for son
Rebuild front steps to house
Finish stonework in landscaping in front yard.
Powerwash and re-stain deck
Empty out basement of construction trash and prepare for re-doing the basement (they did a horrible job of finishing the basement)

Projects for this year:
Re-do kitchen cabinets
Take down some trees and trim others
Replace interior doors (they're old, warped and getting harder to close - and they're all wood so they weight a ton too)
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Sounds like a lot, do you have any help?
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I have help for the playground. My father in law. Everything else is all me.
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