Do-it-yourself - the simple way to refresh your flat

Posted on 23/02/2020 7:27am

Although, both interior painting and exterior painting, is not a rocket science it's always good to know few details of the whole renewal process. There's no more efficient way to refresh a flat than painting interior walls. The trick is to make it in a possible effortless way. To start with, it's appropriate to do indispensable preparation before we will catch a paintbrush. We can always hire a skilled team to do the job but is it good to spend few additional hundreds bucks when we can do it on our own? Of course, if we fancy to save some time it's usually better to hire some persons to perform interior painting.

But then again, since it's the most popular DIY home renewal activity we can always give it a try. Therefore, what should we start with? First thing first - we need to have the whole picture of how the room should look like after puting the finishing touches our painting activity. We need to have a master plan, so to speak. When everything is accodringly planned, we should concentrate on obtaining needed equipment like paintbrushes (a few various types - an extension pole is a must-have), spatula, paint (thank you captain obvious!) and other like masking films, tapes and so forth. When we collect all equipment, we need to prepare walls as well as surfaces. What is the point of doing that?

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Of course, we have to fill every single hole or dent that disfigures our "wanna be" ideal walls. Don't forget to prime walls before any single drop of tint will land on our prepared surface. Thanks to this we are able save an ocean of paint later because it allows only once-coat layer. Besides, a paint will have stronger adhesion. Yet another important thing, always paint in a daylight! Artificial light is not a friend in our errand of having perfectly painted walls.

A different difficult topic is an exterior painting. If we feel up to do it at our own cost, we can save a lot of money and have a lot of fun at once. However, it's not so sweet as it may look at a glance, cause everything come at a cost anyway. First of all, we need to adjust paint to our external facade surface. We need to consider if a water-based or maybe an oil-based paint is more suitable for our needs. If you are not a painting expert, simply search for such person. There is always a specialist keen to help you with such stuff in every home-improvement as well as in construction store. Once we select the proper paint, we need to get rid of all dirt out there and proceed with first stroke. Every journey starts with a first step!

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