Re: Lead paint on textured plaster walls
When surfaces are in good condition, encapsulation with paint is the standard method of lead remediation, that is to say, another layer of paint is applied to cover, or encapsulate, the lead paint. It is also not uncommon to float textures or damaged areas with topping compound to smooth out and/or repair the surface, followed by primer, and finally, paint. As long as the surface is in good condition, you can use either of these methods to your advantage.
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