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  1. Which of the following kinds of rollers can be made of plastic, wood, rubber or metal?

    a. seam roller

    b. ceiling roller

    c. exterior wall roller

    d. interior ceiling roller
    a. seam roller
  2. Which of the
    following is Bonneye Manning well known for?

    a. decoupage

    b. brown bagging

    c. shabby chic
    • b. brown bagging
  3. When used to remove grease and dirt from paintwork, which caustic soap is used?

    a. abrasive soap

    b. acid soap

    c. sugar soap

    d. oil soap
    c. sugar soap
  4. What is one advantage of Bead Blasting?

    a. inexpensive

    b. does not damage the surface

    c. an artificial process
    b. does not damage the surface
  5. Why is bead blasting used?

    a. Clean calcium deposits, and removes imbedded fungus and brightens grout color

    b. Applying large sand granules to surface

    c. Clean off old paint or marks on surface
    a. Clean calcium deposits, and removes imbedded fungus and brightens grout color
  6. The process of smoothing, shaping and cleaning a hard surface is which of the following?

    a. Bead blasting

    b. Sandblasting

    c. Metal blasting

    d. Both A & B
    a. Bead blasting
  7. What is the most important factor to achieve a clean image when introducing a stencilling medium to the template?

    a. Loading the brush with a large amount of material

    b. Applying the material using short, rapid strokes

    c. Securing the template firmly to the receiving surface

    d. Removing the template soon after application
    c. Securing the template firmly to the receiving surface
  8. The worker decreases the amount of material removed from the surface by?

    a. Holding the abrasive stream is in one spot for a long time

    b. Moving the nozzle closer to the surface

    c. Moving the nozzle away from the surface
    • c. Moving the
    • nozzle away from the surface
  9. 9. If the nozzle is held very close to the material being blasted what will happen?

    a. Hole can be abraded through the surface very quickly

    b. The surface will not be affected

    c. Decreases the rate of material being removed
    a. Hole can be abraded through the surface very quickly
  10. What is not a disadvantage to using raw beach sand?

    a. silica content

    b. Availability

    c. salt content
    b.  Availability
  11. Which of the following is the best way of applying multi-colour coatings?

    a. cut in walls with brush, fill in with sprayer

    b. a conventional air sprayer

    c. an electrostatic spray

    d. an airless paint sprayer
    b. a conventional air sprayer
  12. What does the term 'faux' mean?

    a. real

    b. smooth

    c. imitation

    d. contoured
    c.  imitation
  13. How do you check that the rolls are the same shade, when buying wallpaper?

    a. Ensure that the batch numbers are identical

    b. No need to check

    c. Compare the rolls in daylight
    a. Ensure that the batch numbers are identical
  14. Which of the following woods is not recommended for liming?

    a. ash

    b. maple

    c. oak

    d. redwood
    d. redwood
  15. Which of the following is not a control for the pressure pot sandblasting gun?

    a. Airflow control across the bottom

    b. Overall pressure in pot

    c. temperature of the medium
    c. temperature of the medium
  16. Which of the following control is the more specialized?

    a. Grit control

    b. Valves

    c. Regulators
    a. Grit control
  17. The size of compressor needed is governed by the size of which of the following?

    a. Hose

    b. size of the hole

    c. nozzle used
    c. nozzle used
  18. Which of the following nozzle sizes is used when brand new?

    a. 1/2"

    b. 1/8"

    c. 5/8"

    d. 3/8”
    b. 1/8"
  19. In regards to the color green, which of the following statements is true?

    a. Green is an equal combination of orange and violet.

    b. Green is an equal combination of blue and red.

    c. Green is an equal combination of blue and yellow.

    d. Green is an equal combination of red and yellow.
    c. Green is an equal combination of blue and yellow.
  20. In regards to the color orange which of the following is true?

    a. Orange is an equal combination of red and yellow.

    b. Orange is an equal combination of blue and red.

    c. Orange is an equal combination of green and violet.

    d. Orange is an equal combination of blue and yellow.
    a. Orange is an equal combination of red and yellow.
  21. Beyond steel and masonry, blast cleaning under controlled circumstances can strip layers of paint from which of the following?

    a. Concrete walls

    b. Wooden houses and boats

    c. Neither A nor B
    b. Wooden houses and boats
  22. Which of the following is accomplished when fibre glass is blast cleaned?

    a. Removes top layer of gel coat to expose air bubbles

    b. Leaves an ideal surface for coating

    c. Removes dirt
    a. Removes top layer of gel coat to expose air bubbles
  23. What is the main reason for blasting aluminum, titanium, magnesium and other sophisticated metals?

    a. Removes corrosion

    b. Create a surface profile

    c. Both A & B
    b. Create a surface profile
  24. In regards to the color blue which of the following is true?

    a. Blue is the weakest of the secondary colors.

    b. Blue is the weakest of the primary colors.

    c. Blue is the strongest of the secondary colors.

    d. Blue is the strongest of the primary colors.
    d. Blue is the strongest of the primary colours.
  25. The term complementary colors is best described as which of the following?

    a. colors achieved by mixing a secondary colour and its neighbouring primary colour on the colour wheel

    b. colors that are positioned directly opposite each other on the color wheel

    c. colors that cannot be created by combining other colours

    d. colors obtained by mixing equal parts of two primary colours
    b. colors that are positioned directly opposite each other on the color wheel
  26. A chipping tool is primarily used to prepare what type of surface?

    a. Plastic

    b. Wood

    c. Concrete

    d. Metal
    d. Metal
  27. In sand blasting the sand can be which of the following?

    a. Recycled if blasting is done under environmentally controlled conditions

    b. Recycled regardless of environmental controls

    c. Cannot be recycled
    a. Recycled if blasting is done under environmentally controlled conditions
  28. Abrasive blasting to remove paint or rust from larger metal structures in the field or from
    smaller metal structures in a hanger, booth, or blasting cabinet is known as which of the following?

    a. Plastic media blasting

    b. Vacuum sanding

    c. Field stripping
    c. Field stripping
  29. An abrasive blasting process designed to replace chemical paint-stripping operations and conventional sandblasting is known as which of the following?

    a. Plastic media blasting (PMB)

    b. Field stripping

    c. Vacuum sanding system
    a. Plastic media blasting (PMB)
  30. Which of the following types of brush is best used for Latex paints?

    a. Pure bristle

    b. Camel hair

    c. Horse hair

    d. Flagged nylon
    d. Flagged nylon
  31. Overlap distance for conventional spray should be at what percentage?

    a. 20%

    b. 40%

    c. 75%

    d. 100%
    c. 75%
  32. With a conventional system how is paint atomized?

    a. Pumping material at high speed to the gun

    b. mixing compressed air and paint together

    c. Paint under high pressure

    d. forcing paint through a small orifice
    d. forcing paint through a small orifice
  33. Why is texture coatings used for from which of the following?

    a. change the appearance of a substrate to one that is more aesthetically pleasing

    b. provide water resistance

    c. provides slip resistance
    a. change the appearance of a substrate to one that is more aesthetically pleasing
  34. What is the most important characteristic of elastomeric coatings from which of the following?

    a. Waterproofing

    b. Fire resistance

    c. Stain retardant

    d. Rust proofing
    a. Waterproofing
  35. Which of the following is NOT a reason why finish coats are used for?

    a. Enhanced appearance

    b. Easier cleaning of the finished product

    c. Environmental resistance
    b. Easier cleaning of the finished product
  36. A room that is 30ft. × 36 ft., with a wall height of 7 ft. has the combined area of the ceiling and walls is?

    a. 984 sq. ft.

    b. 1,160 sq. ft.

    c. 1,642 sq. ft.

    d. 2,004 sq. ft.
    d. 2,004 sq. ft.
  37. Before beginning an abrasive blast on site, what are the safety steps to follow?

    a. Confirm quality of breathable air and check relief valve

    b. Check deadman's valve and job site lighting

    c. Check deadman's valve and test relief valve

    d. Confirm quality of breathable air and check deadman's valve
    d. Confirm quality of breathable air and check deadman's valve
  38. Mildew is likely to occur on from which of the following?

    a. surface that is damp

    b. blistered surface

    c. surface that is outside

    d. surface that is not painted
    a. surface that is damp
  39. Blistering of oil paint is caused by which of the following?

    a. slow drying primer

    b. Using the wrong thinner

    c. Moisture under the paint film

    d. Moisture on top of the paint film
    c. Moisture under the paint film
  40. Which of the following defects is caused by over sanding joints in drywall?

    a. Paper will become rough

    b. Tape will show through

    c. Scratches in joint

    d. All of the above
    d. All of the above
  41. What is the purpose of intumescent coatings to provide which of the following?

    a. water resistance

    b. fire resistance

    c. heat resistance
    b. fire resistance
  42. Which of the following coatings has the highest heat resistance?

    a. Alkyd

    b. Epoxies

    c. Inorganic zinc-rich
    c. Inorganic zinc-rich
  43. The primary purpose of using encapsulants is which of the following?

    a. cover bridges

    b. cover surfaces previously coated in lead-based paint

    c. cover rust spots
    b. cover surfaces previously coated in lead-based paint
  44. To avoid laps when painting you should always perform which of the following?

    a. Work really fast

    b. Thin the paint

    c. Keep the heat low

    d. Maintain a wet edge
    d. Maintain a wet edge
  45. Which of the following should you lay off paint on a door?
    a. Diagonally

    b. Against the grain

    c. With the grain

    d. It doesn’t matter
    c. With the grain
  46. Which of the following best describes the meaning of volatile?

    a. Contains lead

    b. Evaporates quickly

    c. Toxic

    d. Hot
    b. Evaporates quickly
  47. Which of the following types of brushes would you use to paint latex?

    a. Beaver hair

    b. Squirrel hair

    c. Synthetic

    d. Pure Bristle
    c. Synthetic
  48. Which of the following types of caulk remains soft and tacky in the middle while hardening on the surface?

    a. Oil-based

    b. Polysulfide

    c. Butyl rubber

    d. Silicon
    a. Oil-based
  49. Which of the following types of caulk is used to seal wide joint concrete?

    a. Polyurethane

    b. Oil-based

    c. Silicon

    d. Polypropylene
    a. Polyurethane
  50. What is "size" related to surface preparation from which of the following?

    a. square footage of the surface to be prepared

    b. material used to prepare a surface such as plaster or drywall for application of wall covering

    c. material used to improve the adhesion of wall covering paste
    b. material used to prepare a surface such as plaster or drywall for application of wall covering
  51. What would be least likely to happen if gypsum board is stacked vertically?

    a. ridging will happen

    b. soaks up moisture

    c. permanent warp

    d. damaged ends
    a. ridging will happen
  52. How many square feet of wallboard is needed to cover both sides of a wall that is 26 feet long and 14 feet high?

    a. 364 square feet

    b. 546 square feet

    c. 728 square feet

    d. 736 square feet
    c. 728 square feet
  53. Laminating adhesives are usually what?

    a. combustible

    b. water proof

    c. water based

    d. non combustible
    a. combustible
  54. Panels should be applied within how long time after adhesive application?

    a. 10min

    b. 15min

    c. 1hr

    d. 30min
    b. 15min

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