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Interior Painting - A 9 Step Guide 



Drop Cloths Are Placed Around The Work Area.  


Furniture Is Moved To Access Walls


Floors And Furniture Are Covered To Proctect From Dirt And Paint


Electrical Covers, Wall Hangings, Mirrors Are Removed To Provide A Seamless Job


Wall Hangings And Hardware Are Collected And Organized To Be Put Back After The Painting Is Done




All Wall Surfaces Are Sanded Smooth Using A 5'' Orbital Sander


The Critical Stage Removes Previous Imperfections Such As Hair, Fibres,

Paint Runs, Unsightly Brush Marks.  


Sanders Are Attached Directly To ShopVacs To Minimized Dust


Every Wall, New Or Old, Hides Some Form Of These Imperfections (See Below)




















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Indentations Such As Chips, Pin/Nail Holes, Unsightly Mudding From Previous

Work, Loose Drywall Screws, And Other Sources Are Marked To Be Filled With Dryall Mud.


This Step Is Done Concurrently With Sanding For Expediency, And To Maintain

An Acute Focus On Detail


Holes That Should Remain In The Wall Are Also Marked

Mark Indentations




Drywall Mud Is Applied Over Small Indentations


Mud is Allowed Plenty Of Time To Dry Properly 


Mud Spots Are Primed Before Painting To Lock In The New Wall Material, And Provide a More Consistent Texture Once Paint is Applied

Apply Drywall Mud



Newly Applied Drywall Mud Is Sanded Using Drywall Sanders


Mud Spots Are Sanded Flush With Drywall And Become Unnoticeable After Paint Is Applied


Drywall Sanders Are Attached Directly To ShopVacs To Minimize Dust


Mud Spots Are Primed Before Paint Is Applied To Lock In New Drywall Material And Provide A Constistent Texture With The Rest Of The Wall

Sand Drywall Mud



Before Applying Paint, All Wall Surfaces Wiped Clean Of Dust, And The Area Is Cleared Out And Cleaned To Prevent Ambient Dust From Collecting In The New Paint.


An Organic, Rinse Free Solution Is Mixed In The Rinse Water To Help Scrub

Away Any Dirty Or Grease From The Walls That The Sander Missed.


Cleaning The Walls Before Painting Allows For A Smoother Finish And Allows The 

Paint To Adhere Its Best To The Wall.


Clean Walls & Room Of Dust



Most Edges Are Cut (Edged) Freehand


Some Edges Are Not Clearly Defined By The Drywall So Taping Is Necessary


Tape Is Applied With Exact Precision 


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Taping / Cutting

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Cutting (Edging)



Edges Are Cut Free Hand With a Medium Sized Trim and Contour Brush


Detail Brushes Are Used In Corners For A Perfect Square


Newly Painted Edges Are Immediately Rolled With A 4'' Mini Roller To Remove 

Brush Marks Left Behind By The Paint Brush





Paint Is Rolled On To The Walls With 10mm Micro Fibre Rollers


Paint Is Always Applied In Thin Coats And Delicately Fanned Out To Leave A 

Smooth, And Seamless Finish Once The Paint Has Cured


Thin Coats Allow The Paint To Dry Properly And Leaves Behind The Smoothest 






Rolling Paint Onto Walls


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