A light textured wall adds a subtle and elegant to an interior. Although you can create texture on a wall with joint compound or similar materials can also simplify the process if you use textured paint. You’ll get a slight texture with paint while applying the product on the wall with the roller and its application is as simple as with standard paint.
Place masking tape along the ceiling, baseboards and adjacent walls to prevent spreading paint on these surfaces. Do also around windows, door edges and covers everything else in the area you do not want paint splatter.
Place the cloth on the floor under the wall.
Load latex sealant trimming brush and apply around the perimeter of the wall to “cut” the area and along the edges of the tape you placed in step 1. Cut out the wall between 2 and 4 inches (5 to 10 cm) deep with sealant.
Pour paint sealant on the tray and dip the roller. Apply to the wall in a thin layer to cover it completely. Leave to dry for the time recommended on the label of the product .
Stir the paint texture. Sure to remove as often apply to distribute the particles uniformly texture through this. Load texture paint brush trimming and cut the perimeter of the wall in the same way you did with the sealant.
Adjusts the meandering roller cover on the roller to apply the paint texture.
Pour texture paint in the tray. Load the roller with paint and apply the same way you applied the sealer. Leave to dry for the time recommended on the label of the product .
Apply a second coat texture after drying the first layer using the same application technique. Allow the second coat to dry for at least 24 hours.
Load the brush with paint trim finish and follows the perimeter of the wall with the same application technique before.
Pour a layer of paint for finishing in the tray and load the roller with standard roller cover. Apply a thin, even coat of paint on the wall using the same application technique before. Leave to dry for the time recommended on the label of the product .
Remove the masking tape.