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For example, a dark blue-green Dombined with a light blue can give the feeling of floating in a blue lagoon. Keep the open side of the roller frame facing the area that’s already painted. Make a very educated guess. It's best to have some paint left over for repair work later on, so get more than you need. Be the first to know about upcoming promotions, new products, exclusive offers, and other special events from bear.com by subscribing to our email list. Make a small room look larger by using light, pale colons on the walls, floors and ceilings. Paint a piece of foam board and move it around the room to see how the light affects the colon at different times of the day. - Know the square footage of the room you are painting before you head to the store. These also require careful attention. Baby blue will always be a popular colon choice for young boys, while different hues of cyan can be used to great effects in children's bathrooms to create an underwater mood with the right decoration. Although some will argue the point, you generally don't need to spend a great deal on primer or buy special primer.

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Since primer is less expensive than paint, using a tinted primer can help you cut down on the number of paint coats needed and save you money. • Start by painting the primer in 3’ x 3’ sections. Foam rollers and brushes should never be overloaded with paint, as it can create drips, uneven coverage and can take longer to dry. If you're not comfortable doing this, measure the wall at its highest height and multiply that by its width. But if you plan to stay and just want to make your home copier, do what pleases you. Most interior painting projects will present corners and edges. Pour about two inches of thinner into a metal container and swirl the dirty brush in it until the paint comes off. - Moist paintbrushes can be wrapped in plastic or waxed paper and sealed with a rubber band or aluminium foil. Quality tools can make a difference in paint application and bear noticeable results. Whether you're starting an interior or exterior paint project, you'll find exactly what you need right here, so start shopping now. • Use a lightweight shackling compound and putty knife to fill and repair any holes or imperfections, then remove any excess shackling with the putty knife and allow the area to dry completely. • Once dry, use a small piece of very fine 220-grit sandpaper or a sanding sponge to smooth the repaired areas flush with the surface. • Wipe the walls clean with a damp towel or sponge and allow them to dry before priming or painting. • Use a floor duster to wipe the walls clean of dust to ensure paint applies evenly. • Remove everything possible from the walls, including all HVAC registers or electrical faceplate.

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