Should i thin my paint when painting my walls?

Answer On One Hand: Paint Should Be Ready To Go As IsYour paint should be ready to go as is so you don't need to thin it out. explains that the performance of your paint may not be as... Read More »

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How do I paint walls without painting the ceiling?

Painter's TapePick up painter's tape at a home supply store. It's usually blue and is similar to masking tape in feel and texture. Place it on your ceiling against the edges of the wall. Apply in s... Read More »

Should I Mask the First Wall When I Paint Two Walls Different Colors?

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What should i wash my walls with before painting?

On One Hand: Trisodium PhosphateThe Home Depot recommends using trisodium phosphate (TSP) to wash walls before painting. This will remove any dirt and grease so that the new coat of paint adheres b... Read More »

Painting a bedroom,should i emulsion the walls or gloss the woodwork first?

Gloss first then emulsion. Emulsion is water based and will wipe off easier if you overpaint onto the gloss. Vica-versa is a lot harder.