A new approach to painting Interior walls

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JANUARY 15, 2013 BY EDITORIAL STAFF LEAVE A COMMENT

 

 

 

Paint the interior walls. Research and technological development of the companies producing paints and varnishes have enabled the preparation and proposal of wall coating products that solve all the old problems typical of distemper.

 

Paint the interior walls.

 

Today, there are commercially-drip paints, which allow the application without annoying splash of colour on the floor, highly opaque, with the possibility of reducing the hands of application, saving effort and money; protection for maximum durability, washable, especially important if there are children in the house or animals, and also ecological (there is a few years the European “Ecolabel” certifies that the greening dell’idropittura).

 

The procedure for the application of paint on the walls can be briefly illustrated through the following operating steps:

 

Paint the interior walls.

 

1) GETTING STARTED:

 

On new plaster (first painting ever) it is advisable to apply a coat of primer in order to standardize the absorption of the substrate and to avoid wastage of paint.

It ‘still appropriate to apply the primer on surfaces previously treated with tempera.

On the wall already painted, brush to remove dust, caulk any cracks and holes and sand after a few hours with the resin-coated paper.

 

paint interior walls

 

Paint the interior walls.

 

2) DILUTE THE PAINTING:

 

Reading the instructions on the package, add water in the percentages indicated. In general, the water-based paints should be diluted to 30-40 per cent, which means that, for a bucket of 5 lt of water-based paint, it is necessary to add from 1.5 to 2 liters of water, depending on the own habit and experience. A low dilution brings with it the result of achieving greater coverage, but also the most obvious signs of strokes and / or rolled.

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On the other hand, a too high dilution follows a few sketches in addition, the risk of leakage if you are not used to whiten and, in some cases, an extra hand painting colourful. The ideal is therefore remain halfway: if the packaging is referred to as a dilution of 30-40%, it is advisable to opt for the 35%.

 

And ‘finally very important, before its application, mix with extreme care the mixture obtained (in particular in case it is proceeding to the application of coloured paint)

paint interior walls 3) APPLICATION OF ACTION PAINTING:

It should first paint the ceiling and to do this it is usual to use, in most cases, to the white colour.

During this operation, should even drop below the angle between ceiling and wall, painting with white 4-5 cm in the highest part of the wall (that portion will still then painted with the colour to be applied to the wall itself).

Moving on to the application of colourful painting on the walls of the environment, it is essential to make a distinction between the following:

Paint the interior walls.

• COLOURS CLEAR (PASTEL)

If you use the brush: dip it up to the middle of the bristles, drain the excess product on board and start applying the paint. If you use the roller: dip it and drain the excess product on the appropriate retina.

And ‘advisable to paint the squares of the dimensions of 60 x 60 cm at a time, crossing her past with both the roller, both with brush and finishing in the same direction along the entire wall. With the brush, then loosen the pressure in recent past, almost to touch the substrate. Do not stop the application to mid-wall, but always get an edge. Pay attention to applying the product evenly over the entire surface, making sure not to leave uncovered areas of union between the different passes.

Paint the interior walls.

paint interior walls Use a smaller brush (40-60 mm) for edges. Generally, in the application of the light shades, are sufficient two layers of product (remembering that, between the first and the second draft, must always spend at least three hours);

• VIVID COLOURS AND STRONG COLOURS

Their application procedure is identical to that used for the white point, but in this case, change the number of coats, the products you use and, above all, you must wait for each coat of paint is completely dry before proceeding to the next hand.

Paint the interior walls.

paint interior walls – Number of coats. If you plan to paint one wall with colours like orange, blue, burgundy, it takes 3 layers of product (in extreme cases even 4). Although this may seem paradoxical, dark hues tend to cover less than clear and, above all, are in this case more evident any areas not perfectly painted. Between one hand and the other is necessary to wait to dry thoroughly, otherwise you will never get satisfactory coverage (and if summer is enough to wait three hours between coats, with lower temperatures waiting time stretch).

- If the product. They are generally used so-called “paintings superlavabili”, or high-end murals, stainable in any colour, and that the work is finished (with three coats of the product), give the surface a velvety appearance.

Things to keep in mind when undertaking a building project

When you undertake a project as big as a home renovation or a complete rebuild like any large scale project there are things that can go wrong either on your part of the builders part or the contractors that are either employed by the builder of directly by to work in conjunction with the builder.

For this reason it is extremely important that you take as many precautions as possible to protect yourself in the event that something should go wrong.

Make sure that you are 100% insistent that you get all things in writing no matter how trivial it may seem at the time, because even the smallest innocuous things that seem trivial at the time can easily affect other things that can then balloon out of control.

Today with txt and email it is really easy to ensure that things are put in writing. Even if the builder says he will put it in writing make sure you follow up. If possible try to record any conversations you may have with the builder, though you may need to check on the legality of doing something like that.

When things start to go wrong it is most likely that everyone will run for cover from having any blame apportioned to them. This is why you need to double check the prices given to you.

If the builder quotes you a price for a particular item then make sure they can justify that price. It may be that he is so use for example buying bathroom basins so he simply assumes the price, but as you know prices change all the time and without notice.

To find a builder that you can really trust can be tough.

 

How many times have you gone to purchase a particular item only to find that the item has actually increased quite dramatically from what you thought it would be?

The other thing to be aware of before you sign a contract with a builder is to make sure that he is actually insured.

The problem is that many of these builders usually have more than one project on at the same time so if one person is late on payment for something then it can become like a house of cards and the builder can find himself in financial trouble quite easily, which can dramatically affect the building of your project.

If this happens then it can really slow down the whole chain of events only to then start to effect you financially especially if you have some sort of bridging finance arrangement.