Tips For Painting a Room Like a Pro

August 15, 2017

There comes a time for any person when they need to give their home a fresh coat of paint. However, there is a huge difference between a painting job done right and a painting job done wrong. You can learn more about painting by checking out but also by continuing to read this article which focuses on the most important steps in painting a room. That being said,  let’s take a look at how you properly go about painting a room so that you can be as proud as possible of your work in the aftermath.

Do your preparations

Painting a room is not about just getting your paint and starting to slap it onto the wall. There’s a huge deal of preparation that is required for the project to be successful and aesthetically pleasing. If you haven’t done a lot of sanding or scraping beforehand, now’s the time to learn. Whatever cracks, dents or holes might be in the wall you’re trying to paint must go away before you can start applying the fresh layer. Paint is only as good looking as the surface you use it on.

Mind the primer

Primer is very important when painting. There are several reasons why tinting the primer should be your main concern after preparing the wall for painting.  Not only does it help the paint stick better to the wall in question but it also provides the necessary means for a one-coat coverage of the paint. It’s great for making sure that there won’t be any stains either, and that the entire project will be uniform and great looking.

Get the right equipment

The equipment you are going to use also plays a very important role in how your painting project will turn out. If you want the best job, you are going to need the best tools. Don’t be cheap and invest in a paint grid, but also in canvas protections for the floors and an extension pole. All these tools help you get the job not only faster but more efficiently as well. It can get really messy when you paint a room, and it’s important to make use of all the tools put at your disposal that could prevent such a mess.

Extra tip

Now that you know what to focus on when you’re trying to paint a room, you only need to start doing a great job. One more thing to keep in mind is that you don’t need to fully clean your brushes if you’re not done when the day ends. If you are spreading the labor across multiple days, you might think you need to clean all your brushes and utensils for the next day but you can actually avoid all that. Simply wrap your equipment in food wrapping plastic and put them in the fridge. The cold and tight hermetically sealed environment will prevent the paint from drying and ruining your brushes.


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