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4 Useful Interior Painting Tips

Home wall painting

Home wall painting designs can be time consuming, so these interior painting tips should give a good ideas as to how to paint like a professional, or almost like one. Interior home painting does not have to come with the mistakes it usually does. Read this before going to work and you will be sure to have quality work you can be proud of.

1. The first thing to do is put painting tape and newspapers down. You would not want to get paint on doorknobs and windows and molding where you do not want to paint.

2. Primer primer primer. The primer will give the paint its best color. Sometimes without the primer, the paint will be able to be seen through to the wall, and no one wants to see dry wall.

3. Once an area is drying, leave it! If you dry to go over it again it can leave lines and will not look like one even coat across the room. Spongy looking paint jobs are not good home wall painting designs.

4. Brushes are for art. Brushes will take too long for a room, and unless you are very careful, it will leave brush strokes. Use a roller instead. This will make the job go by much faster and look nicer. Although, brushes are good to use when touching up corners and near molding around windows and doorways.

These home painting ideas and tips should give you a gorgeous even coat. Also, if looking for home wall painting designs, go back to number 1. Use tape to mark out spots where you want a design to go. For example, if you want a pinstripe wall, use tape to put on the wall as boundaries to where each line will be.