Sometimes painting a room can seem a bit overwhelming, but with these 5 simple steps, we’ll teach you how easy it is to get great results. Following the sequence of actions is the key to a flawless coloring. The first point: First the roof then the walls!
first step: Cleaning the ceiling and walls
Using a sponge and dishwashing liquid, wash the dust, dirt and grease, which prevent a clean and smooth surface after painting. After that, be sure to clean the washed parts from the remaining detergent.
Second step: Separation of ceiling and wall color line
Using a 2 inch brush or a 5 cm roller, paint the sides of the ceiling, 5 to 10 cm wide, so that the ceiling color does not touch the wall when painting the ceiling.
The third step: Painting the ceiling
After you have dipped the roller in the special roller tray, be sure to return the excess colors of the roller to the tray by dragging the roller on the uneven surface of the tray. By doing this, both the paint applied to the roller becomes uniform, and the application of additional paint to the surface, which causes the paint to fade, is prevented.
Start from the corner of the roof; Where you previously painted using a 2 inch pen or small roller. Preferably, move the roller in the direction of the width of the ceiling, not in its length. To avoid spilling paint on your head and neck, move the roller to the right and left of your body, not to the front and back of your head.
Fourth step: painting the walls
When the ceiling paint is dry, carefully paint the top edge of the walls with a marker and separate the wall paint from the ceiling paint. Do this for the windows and frames as well. Once you have painted the edges and corners like this, you can paint the rest of the wall with a roller. To improve the work, drag the roller from the corner of the wall in the form of 1 meter vertical diagonal lines on the wall. Paint the space between the diagonal lines without removing the roller from the wall and do not look back at the painted parts. Repeat this process until you finish painting a wall. After you finish painting one wall, move on to the next.
The fifth step: Painting frames and windows
When the paint on the walls is completely dry, cover the sides of the windows and frames with paper tape, so that the walls are not stained with the paint of the window and frame. Using a 1.5 or 2 inch pen, start painting from the upper part of the door and window or frame and continue painting downwards, so that if the paint dries, you can remove it with the pen.