A Few Tips for your next interior painting project
Purchasing the paint
If you’re not fully committed to a color, start with just a quart, and use it to paint a foam board. You can then move the foam board around the room to see how it’ll react to varying levels of light from different angles.
Once you’ve settled on a color, you’ll need about one gallon of paint for every 400 square feet .
Clean the walls (and allow them to dry!) before you begin. Place drop cloths or old sheets on the floors rather than slippery plastic. Remove outlet covers and other obstacles, as it’ll make for an easier, cleaner, and all-around better job.
Be sure to clean the ceilings, too. There’s sure to be dust and cobwebs that need to be removed if you want your painting project to go as smoothly as possible.
If you’re painting textured walls or a textured ceiling, use a thick-nap roller. It’ll ensure that you’ll cover the entire area, rather than missing a few bumps or crevices here and there.
When you’re finished ...
Keep some of your leftover paint. You never know when you might need it for touch-ups or refinishing.
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