Before you paint though, prepping the walls or surface you’re painting is absolutely essential. You're going to need things like spackling, sandpaper, specialty glues, or steel wool to do prep work as well as tarps, plastic sheeting, painter’s tape, and more to make clean up easier. And, no matter what type of paint project you’re working on, we offer a wide range of rollers, brushes, and paint application tools to cover any surface.
Small random-orbit or pad sanders make this job go faster. (Wallis first covers these boundaries with Synkoloid patching compound so no edge is visible after sanding.) As shown, you want to make sure that there is a feathered, smooth transition from exposed wood to old paint. For areas that might get close scrutiny, you can follow up with a 100- or 120-grit rubdown to erase any scratches. Denver Home Painting Even if you think you'll probably do the job yourself, it's good preparation to seek estimates from professional exterior home painters near you. Then you'll have a financial point of comparison and you may benefit from what a home painting contractor has to say about the condition of your home, color choices and types of paint available. Let the painter make his pitch for a professional job before you decide what to do. You can still opt to do it yourself while having learned something worthwhile. Home Painter