Walls are the most obvious, and therefore perhaps the most important, element of an interior painting project. The proper painting techniques can ensure a quality result.
For Best Results:
If you need to stop or break during your paint job, stop at a natural break in the wall.
When you are nearing the end of one container of paint, find a natural break in your project. Open a second container and mix it into the paint from the first container. Stir well.
Clean spills and drips using a damp cloth while the paint is still wet.
To paint a wall with a roller, start at the top corner of the project area, where you have cut in a 8 - 10 cm wide area around the perimeter with a brush.
Working in a 91 by 91 cm area, roll a "W" onto the wall. This will help place an even distribution of paint onto the wall. Continue rolling from the top edge of the wall to the bottom, filling in the "W" as you go.
Repeat the "W" process until the entire wall is covered.
Brush 5.1 - 6.4 cm (2"-2½")
Paint Can Opener
Paint Tray Liner
Roller Cover and Frame
Sandpaper (150-220 Grit)
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