Have you ever wondered how professional painters do such a great job?
One thing they often do is paint the trim before they paint the walls and ceiling. They also dust and vacuum really well to make sure they don't paint over any dirt or grime.
Reader's Digest said, "You might assume that new paint will hide tiny dents and scratches, but it won’t. In fact, the new coat of paint highlights minor flaws. Fill dents less than 1/8-inch deep with spackling compound."
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Once the trim is completely painted and dry (at least 24 hours), tape it off (using an ‘easy release’ painter’s tape), then paint the ceiling, then continue on to wall painting.The key to avoiding lap marks is to maintain a ‘wet edge,’ so each stroke of your roller overlaps the previous stRead More