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My other blog

March 12, 2009

I am more active posting at – Jack


Berger’s Paints & Finishes

January 14, 2009

zoo part1 048I snapped this photo a few years back at the Cleveland Zoo. Click for larger view.

Searching Jack Pauhl

December 20, 2008


You can Google the name jackpauhl with (no spaces) for a more refined search of the topics on this blog and those I’ve posted on painters forums.

NOTE: If your Search results return 3 pages – go to the last page and click ‘repeat the search with the omitted results’ to get a full listing.

I’ve been posting for years so there are tons of results to go through.

You can type jackpauhl+radius 360 for example to read on that product or jackpauhl+whatever or try this link.

Below is the Topic List for 2007

October (37)

Dialing in HVLP
Weight Loss
Ext. SuperPaint Woes
Rolling Techniques
ICI Sanding Sealer
Cutting 8′ vs. 16′
Be faster cutting ceilings
Corrective Finishes
Wooster Polar Bear
Poor mans cover keeper
When touchups go bad
HVLP Transfer Efficiency
Factory primer fails brickmold
Full Sheen Ahead
Duration Home
Duration Exterior
About MDF Trim
Nail Putty Problems
Caulk. The act of caulking
Behr Premium Flat
Wooster ProClassic Plus
Putty & Fillers
Racking Trim
Racking 5 1/2" Baseboard
Painting Cedar Shakes
Cover Keeper
Clean-n-Dip Review
Pole Sander Mod
HVLP Maintenance
Freehand 2 Wall Colors
Split Spindle System
Penetrol – Other uses
Rolling Eggshell Paints
iPhone on the job
Nice ceiling white
How to treat drywall
About Wall Primers II

August (8)

Stainable Wood Fillers
Stain TIP large areas
Stop hitting the ceiling
ICI Dulux Velvet Sheen
Paint Industry Manufacturers
Wash this flat
Zibra grip-n-glide
Busy Summer

May (4)

Ext. SuperPaint after 2 yrs.
Recent Project S/L 259
Archive Posts
Patching nail holes

April (52)

ProForm Compound Issue
Loading a brush
UPDATED K46 W 51 Epoxy
Brush Handle Mod
Flaxen vs. Oregon
Not so Fabulous
Testing Brushes
Brushes Closeup UPDATED
Sherwin Williams K46 W 51
Roller Cover Care
Sandpaper Time Saver
2007 Worst Product Nominee
ICI 1410 on Green Board
Setup doors to spray
Baluster Spray Rack
Spraying Trim & Doors
Wall Primers UPDATED
Radius 360ยบ
Synthetics with Oil
End cap trick
Zinsser Bulls Eye Odorless
Iridescent White Trim
Trimming Roller Covers
Rolling Duration Home
Light Stain on Poplar
Spraying Balusters Down
Recent Project S/L 17
Racking Baseboard
ICI Dulux 2007 Colors
Caulking Tips
Painting MDF
Stick to metal
Patches & wall textures
Painting Poplar
Wall Primers Tested
Not on this blog
Proven painting advice
Ask Jack!
Brushes Closeup
Where do you shop?
Pan vs. Bucket Rolling
Paint with a roller
Brush Hype!
Stain Masonite Doors
Renovating a house
Priming Bare Wood
Roller Covers Explained
Select Roller Covers
Select Paint Brushes
Key to a good paint job

Blog from iPhone

August 27, 2008

this is a test post sent from my iPhone using blogit.

Recent Project S/L 259

May 5, 2007

Here are a few photos from a recent project. The green room including the ceiling medallion took almost as long to paint as the entire rest of the house. The dining room has most of the time consuming elements of painting a home. The split white/stain door jambs, five colors, multi-color washed medallion, a different color above and below the ceiling crown, different color above and below chair rail, 8 main corners, the extra coats and patching of an eggshell ceiling to make its appearance uniform, and hand brushed trim.

Other project photos and more to come this weekend.

Archive Posts

May 5, 2007

It’s a new month and if you are new to blogs you can click the arrow next to April on the right column to see all articles posted for the month. Find what you’re looking for fast using the search feature on the top left corner.

Recent Project S/L 17

April 18, 2007

Here are a few photos from a recent completed project. The photos were shot with a 10mm fisheye lens. The walls were painted ICI Dulux 1410, a low sheen eggshel and the trim is ICI Dulux 1407 semi-gloss.

The trim color is not white, we use a custom color mix. The trim appears white to the eye but its a gray dirty white in comparison. No wall primer was used.