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Topic # 223343 24-Sep-2017 21:01
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Hi all, in the process of renovating a 1940 ish home, having pulled the old jib off and wanting to sand the Rimu floors, the question we have is in what order. Do we sand then put the new jib up then paint, jib then sand then paint or jib paint then sand?

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  Reply # 1872190 24-Sep-2017 21:15
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If you do the floor first maybe it could get marked doing jib and painting.





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  Reply # 1872192 24-Sep-2017 21:25
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Gib first.

 

As mentioned you could damage the floor putting the Gib up. Easy to sand out any small dents.





 

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  Reply # 1872228 25-Sep-2017 00:04
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Firstly... Gib not Jib (unless we're talking sailing or cranes?)

 

Now... Gib first. Any damage to it will be limited to the area covered by skirting.


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