Painting from A to Z

The following sites present a practical guide how to paint a room, a ceiling for white and walls for colourful colours, whereas white ‘enters’ a few centimetres into walls.

Before commencing work it’s necessary to consider and plan well – many times it will allow us to avoid unnecessary stoppages due to, for example, paint properties – necessary order of paint application of particular layers or their period of drying. We have divided a room painting into 8 following stages:

  1. disassembly and removal of all unnecessary and interfering elements of the equipment
  2. taping and putting foil on the floor, windows, door frames and sockets
  3. preparing the walls for painting – assessment of surface condition and possible repair, cleaning the walls and filling in the cracks
  4. ceiling painting
  5. using a paintbrush to access very difficult spots on the wall (near windows, doors and corners)
  6. after the ceiling has dried, putting a tape onto the ceiling or wall to divide the colour
  7. wall painting
  8. cleaning

Painting of particular walls using various paints can be divided into two principle stages: surface preparation for painting and painting itself. Depending on the stage of wall painting, surface preparation can be quite complicated or might not exist at all.


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