Any homeowner can essentially remodel their home by putting on a new coat of interior paint. Here are three time-saving tips that can help you get through prepping, taping, and paint-rolling much faster:
Prepping: Drop cloths made of canvas or cloth absorb paint better than plastic sheeting and minimize the risk of tracking spilled paint into other rooms. Cover everything that you don’t want painted. You won’t regret the time you spend covering floors, furniture, and hardware.
Smart taping– Applying specialized, low-tack painter’s tape around the edges of the areas you’ll be painting makes for a speedier and neater job. Unlike masking tape, painter’s tape won’t tear away the finish when it’s removed.
Savvy application– Paint the ceiling first – then the walls. After cutting in work from top to bottom. Let the roller to the work and the paint will flow easily.
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