Start with the ceiling.
Cut in the ceiling first by hand. The paintbrush is a great tool to create a clean straight line that runs between the ceiling and the wall. If the ceiling has a texture be sure to use an appropriate paintbrush to work into the spaces of the texture. If you do not use the appropriate paintbrushes or rollers you will see visible areas that do not have paint.
7. Proper Way To Paint Walls
It is now time to finish painting your walls. To protect your ceiling, employ painter’s tape. This is among the most economical methods to paint a room. It is very easy to make use of painter’s tape. Simply roll the tape and cover the edges of the ceiling that meet the wall. Do the same with the baseboards and any moldings around the room.
It’s now time to complete the walls. You want to follow similar steps to the walls that you followed for the ceiling. The edges should be cut into the wall cautiously to ensure that there is no paint that is on the ceiling. The room should have an area of between 2 and 3 inches space of paint. Keep in mind to cut around baseboards and molding.
The next thing to do is paint the walls using your roller. Use a “Wdesign as rolling paint onto the walls. Paint the wall to form Ws and to fill in any gaps by using an even stroke. Make sure not to force the roller as you are moving the paint. The result will be paint drips if you push too far onto the roller. Slow and steady is the ideal way to paint your room.
8. Paint Tips for Baseboards and Molding
After the ceiling and walls have been finished, you’ll have to paint the baseboards, as well as the molding. Baseboards are the trim on in the middle of the wall. Molding could be any other form of trim.