When it comes down to buying paint, as with all things you’ll get what you pay for. Cheaper paint requires more coats of paint while a quality paint will cover much better. When purchasing paint test the quality by slightly
touching the paint to get a dab on your fingers and then rub your fingers together. If it feels kind of gritty as if it was mixed with something this is a paint of low quality…. A quality paint will feel more silky. If your not in a
rush or this is a rental property you can visit the “oops” or “mishap” bin where the paint didn’t meet a customer desired result therefore the paint is marked down to less then $10 a gallon.
Prepping (staging, sanding, cleaning and priming) is the keys to a good overall project. Take your time, use your tape and. Make sure the area is well ventilated.
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