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7 Important Tips For Painting Your Home Interior in Madison, WI

7 Important Tips For Painting Your Home Interior in Madison, WI

When it comes to maintaining your home, most people will talk about how it's good to make sure that your furniture is well maintained, that you don't let the structure get damaged without repair, and things of that nature.

What's often less discussed is how vital it is to have your walls look good as well -- and that can be generally accomplished with either a good paint job or properly done wallpapering.

If you're going to paint your home interior, it's good to follow some basic tips so that the painting job goes well, and you don't later have to go back and fix some mistakes that may have been made.

Let's now have a look at seven important tips for painting your home interior in Madison, WI.

1. Fully Planning Out The Painting Project

One of the first things you're going to do when you're thinking about getting your home interior painted is to make a plan for how you're going to do the painting project.

This is going to entail measuring the surfaces that are going to be painted and then doing some basic math.

First, you have to calculate how much paint and primer you will need -- and yes, both paint and primer are necessary.

Second, you should figure out when you will be painting versus when you will be allowing surfaces to dry -- and again, both of these things are important as will be discussed.

Having enough paint and primer is key -- as is not having too much of them (as it will just end up sitting in your closet until it is no longer usable!)

2. Choosing The Right Color / Colors

There are of course quite a few colors that you're going to be able to choose from when you're looking to paint and an entire article could be written on the subject but for now let us take into mind a couple of considerations.

The first is that unless you're looking to sell your home soon, you should paint with a color or colors that look good to you.

Secondly, you should make sure that you actually like the way the colors look and the best way to do that is by making use of a sample of the actual paint (you can buy it before committing to gallons of it) and then painting a small rectangle on one wall -- and by doing so you'll see how it will actually look on the wall.

3. Removing The Furniture If Possible

There are few things that are more of an impediment in painting your walls than the furniture.

They'll trip you up and in some cases will literally block your access to the wall -- so to the extent that it's possible, remove them from the room.

If that's not possible, get them as far away from the wall as possible, maybe even to the center of the room if you have enough space... and cover them with a drop cloth as if you don't want them to get any paint dripping on their surfaces.

4. Making Good Use Of Painter's Tape

Though in some cases using an angled brush is a bit better, if you're hesitant about painting near areas where you don't want to accidentally get paint (the baseboards, near the ceiling, etc.) you should make good use of the painter's tape.

By taking some painter's tape and properly applying it, you can avoid getting paint places it does not belong.

5. Always Primer Before Paint

A good smooth surface is a kind that is going to be the easiest to paint and the sort where you will find that the paint tends to stay on longer.

Primer also has a good quality of being adhesive toward paint, so when you are painting over it you will also notice that the paint does not come off as easily.

6. Clean After Sanding

Though of course sanding is a good part of the painting process, it does come with one messy bit - the sanding dust that comes from it.

You are going to have to fully remove the sanding dust from the surfaces or you will end up with paint mixed with it, which is surely not the look you want on your interior walls.

7. Allow All Surfaces To Fully Dry

The last thing we're going to mention for this article is that you have to be sure that when you are going through every step in the process, you allow surfaces to dry.

Whether it's after you've cleaned your walls or after you've applied primer or even the first coat of paint -- let it dry, or the next step will be compromised severely.

It's a lot better to wait than to have to go all the way back to the beginning and start preparing your surface once again.


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