With Interior Painting, Preparation is Key

Painting a wall may look easy, but there are many subtle details often overlooked that can ruin any amateurs DIY project. Up to 80% of the painting process involves preparing your wall's surface. Even before you apply your first coat of paint, you have to clean the walls thoroughly, often by hand, to ensure the paint goes on and dries perfectly. If you're dealing with already painted walls and want to change colours, you'll have to scrap and sand the walls until all the paints been removed.

You'll then need to clean up any unwanted dust, tape off switches, edges, furniture, and trimming to avoid ruining them in the painting process. You'll need to even out dents, nail heads and fill any cracks before applying a primer for either water-based or oil-based paint.

Sounds Like a Lot of Work, Doesn't It?

At the end of the day, applying the coat of interior paint is the easiest part. However, the right preparation is essential and will mean the difference in the quality as well as the longevity of your interior painting. At ASAP painting we understand that many people do not have the time in their busy schedules to apply these length preparations

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