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Painting a room is a doable task even for a renovation novice. But before you grab your paint brushes it is important to get informed and learn the basics. Here’s how to create a perfect paint job on the first go:

  1. Prep the walls. Before you can open a can of paint, inspect your walls for cracks holes, or stains. Next, lightly sand any patched areas to ensure there are no ridges left from spackling. It’s also a good idea to wipe down the wall and remove any dirt or oils.
  2. Pick your tools. Painters talk it should include sandpaper, painter’s tape, drop cloths, paint brushes, that roller, paint roller extension pole, paint tray, and the paint of your liking.
  3. Start at the top. If you’re painting an entire room including the ceiling, tackle the ceiling before the walls.
  4. Master technique. Keep in mind while painting two phrases: cutting in and wet edge. Cutting in is when you use a brush first to paint the top and bottom areas of your wall. Then go back in with a roller to fill the wall space from top to bottom. You also want to keep a wet edge making sure the paint stays wet and doesn’t dry before you go back in vertically.
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