Despite the fact that, both interior painting and exterior painting, is as complicated as brain surgery it's always great to to be familiar with few details of the whole renewal process. There's no more efficient way to refresh a flat than painting interior walls. The trick is to do it in a possible effortless way. To start with, it's appropriate to make indispensable preparation before we will grab a paintbrush
. Of course, it's always good to hire a skilled professionals to do the job but is it good to spend few extra hundreds bucks when we can do it on our own? Naturally, if we fancy to save few hours it's usually better to hire some people to do interior painting.
But then again, because it's the most popular do-it-yourself home renewal activity we should always give it a try. Therefore, what should we do at the beginning? First thing first - we need to have the whole idea of how the house should look like after finishing our painting job. We need to have a big picture, so to speak. Once we have everything planned, we need to focus on obtaining needed stuff like paintbrushes (several various types - a lengthening pole is a must-have), spatula, paint (thank you captain obvious!) and other like masking films, sticky tapes and so on. When we gather all stuff, we need to prepare walls and surfaces. What is the point of doing that?
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Of course, we must fill every particular hole or dent that disfigures our "wanna be" perfect walls. Don't forget to prime walls in advance any single drop of tint will land on our prepared surface
. Thanks to this we can save an ocean of paint
later because it allows only once-coat layer. Besides, a paint will have better adhesion. Yet another important thing, always paint in a daylight! Unnatural light is not a friend in our struggle of having beautifly painted walls.