Paint blue bead board another color in 100 year old house.

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  • Deb K Deb K on Mar 06, 2018
    Yes, clean as best as you can, make sure you rime it first, then paint, you can even have the primer tinted the same color as the paint.

  • Vanessa Simmons Vanessa Simmons on Mar 06, 2018
    Is it on the ceiling if your porch? Keep it blue. Superstition that it keeps the "haints" away.

  • Laura Cooper Laura Cooper on Mar 07, 2018
    You probably should have it tested for lead....

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    • Laura Cooper Laura Cooper on Mar 12, 2018
      If you remove any unstable paint (sanding, scraping) then it will be airborn.

  • Shoshana Shoshana on Mar 07, 2018
    You can easily cover up the color using a chalk or milk paint

  • Jen Jen on Mar 07, 2018
    If you do not want to change from the blue to another solid color you could dry brush over it with a teal to give a two tone look or white wash with watered down white and sponge on so a hint of the blue peeks through