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What parts of the sash windows must be left unpainted? How should I do the internal painting of the sash windows?

Asked by Sash Case Windows 1 year ago sash windows


Jimmy K. Hawkins
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Make sure that the following areas are left unpainted: The insides of the case which refers to the areas that are seen when the top sash is pulled down or when the lower sash is lifted up, the staff beads, the top of the top sash, the area behind the baton rods and the sides of the top and bottom sashes.

For internal painting, you have to start by sliding the outer sash down and slightly raising the inner sash just enough to leave an opening at the top and bottom. Then you have to paint the surface of the inner sash, the underside of the bottom rail, and the top surface of the meeting rail. Then, you can start painting the outer sash once the outer sash is up and the inner sash is lowered. Lastly, paint the shutters, frames, and inside linings and leave the windows in a position where the outer sash is up but not closed and the inner sashed lowered. Then allow the window to remain this way until it dries. If you want to hire professional help, visit this link to see how Sash & Case has beautifully transformed sash and case windows.

by Jimmy K. Hawkin...  1 year ago

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