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