When sconces light color white paint on a dark color, the most important part of the project is the primer, a special paint that is applied before the common interior paint. The primer will help the paint adhere better and last longer, and also prevents stains and color prior notice wall. Find products in stores primer products for home improvement in the paint section. Check the product labels and buy a primer “high coverage” to cover the base color of the wall completely and eliminate the need to apply several coats of base paint product that can be costly. Perform the additional step of applying the primer on the walls allows you to save time and money.
Remove furniture from the room or push them toward the center of the room and cover with tarp or plastic sheet. Take pictures from the walls.
Use masking tape to protect blue trim on the windows, on the ceiling and it has in other areas of the room and that may come in contact with the brush or roller.
Remove all nails there on the walls and fill the holes with compost appropriate boards for walls to be painted with latex paint. Apply the compound with a small spatula and scrape the excess for the product to cover the hole flush with the wall. If you go to re-hang the pictures in the same places, it is not necessary to cover the gaps.
Use joint compound to fill any holes or cracks in the walls there. Allow the compound to cure. Sanding those specific areas, if necessary.
With a screwdriver, remove the covers for outlets and switches housings before you start applying paint.
Cover the floor with a tarp in the walls you are going to paint. You can go to moving the canvas over the room as you go painting the walls if you have many tarps to cover the entire floor.
Clean the walls you’re going to paint with the help of a sponge mop and a product suitable for the walls will receive layers of paint cleaning; a product that does not generate foam and does not require rinsing. Cleaners containing trisodium phosphate are the best, but you must follow all the safety precautions listed on the container.
Pour the primer paint on a tray and dip the roller in the product; slide the roller several times forward and backward on the flat part of the tray to remove excess primer. If the instructions on the product packaging recommends using a wet roller, dip it in water before starting the process.
Apply the primer with a roller to cover large expanses of wall. Spend the roller as close as you can from the moldings to reduce the need to cover these areas with a brush. Starts on the upper part of the wall and moves downward, passing the roller over the paint running down onto the surface. Use a ladder to reach the top of the walls.
To finish the primer, paint applied with a brush to the part where the ceiling and the floor to the wall, around windows and switches, places you can not cover with the roller is.
Let the primer dry for the time indicated by the manufacturer’s instructions.
The paint layer applied in the same way as the primer; begins with the roller and then the brush.
Allow the paint to dry according to the instructions of the manufacturer of the product and then apply a second coat.
Replace caps on outlets and switches housings after the second coat of paint is dry.
Remove the masking tape, tarps and collected again accommodate the furniture in the appropriate places.