Need to give a new look to your home? Do your walls are screaming for a paint job? At another point the solution could have been very simple: call a professional to paint the entire floor. However, because of the current economic situation, you may not have the budget to hire some painters, so you’ll have to do it yourself.
But do not panic! Painting walls is not as difficult as it seems. In fact, you can get a super result professional following the tips and tricks that we will give below. Are you ready? Well here we go!
Choosing the correct materials
First you should take time to choose the right paint. The quality and type of paint is as important as the color to achieve a good result at home. Brushes and rollers also need, of course, also have to be better quality to cover the surface. And though it may seem silly, try not paint in hot or humid days.
Before you get to work you will get a good lighting will help you see all errors. It is best to paint at the time of day when the stay is more enlightened and use artificial light only when necessary. On the other hand, you should clean the walls for the paint to adhere better, leaving the surface dry.
And although it seems logical, you must move the grind and remove the light covers and door handles, plus the nails in the walls. Once everything is out, switch cover, the edge of the floor and ceiling with masking tape.
Time to paint
Once you have everything ready, it will be time to get down to work. First you have to paint the ceiling and then the upper parts of the wall. If possible, try to paint from top to bottom without stopping in between. It is also important not to use too much paint as it dries slowly and have an outcome unprofessional. It is better to use little paint, let it dry and, if necessary, paint more layers. Finally, let the paint dry for at least 24 hours before using it again when you’re finished space, to avoid smudging.