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Old 01-12-2011, 02:02 PM   #15
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My PO painted over the zolatone everywhere but the bathroom. Its now a plain white. I'm afraid when I start scrubbing I'll never get all the scuffs and smudges out of the white paint, esp around the door where people were obviously in and out with grubby hands.

How can I tell what kind of paint I've got? should I worry about stripping, or just prime over it and re-paint? what is the proper paint to use on the interior?

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