how to paint a wall professionally

how to paint a wall professionally

how to paint a wall professionally. in this video, I’m gonna show you how you can paint your house faster better and get those professional results without the thousands of hours of experience that a professional painter has these are real tips that work no gimmicks and it’s easier and it makes painting a lot more fun and you might even like it so if you like this video and you want to see more like it or to see the drywall series that I did check out that playlist make sure you get your walls prepped and ready and enjoy thanks for watching first we’ll look at all of the tools and supplies I’ll be using in this video I’ll list them in the video description with the link for each product I’m using an 18-inch roller rather than

the standard nine inches and I’ll talk more about why later in the video a 3/8 inch nap roller I’m using Sherwin Williams Pro mark 200 it’s a mid-grade paint but if your walls are going from a dark color to a light one you may want to get a paint with a primer additive or prime the walls before painting them a good brush is a must I’m using a 3-inch angled Purdy brand brush now quality brush makes a huge difference and if you take care of it it will last a long time a small roller for spaces where the large roller won’t fit a paint cup or an empty paint can for cutting

in a sanding block around wall sander with fine sandpaper a duster to clean the walls and painters tape I start by clearing the walls you’ll one at least four feet of working space between the wall and any furniture remove all nails even if you’re going to reuse them remove all outlet and switch cover plates remove all plastic covers from thermostats and doorbells it’s much easier to remove them and trying to paint around them fill any holes you aren’t going to reuse with hole filler use the handle of your putty knife to make a small dent around the hole

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