How To Repaint A Wall





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Published on Oct 5, 2011

Your interior walls are something you see every day, so why leave them looking run down or painted with a colour that you really don’t like? A little bit of preparation and a fresh coat of paint can transform your walls and your home into a beautiful sanctuary. This short video will show you how to repaint an interior wall in your home.

What you need:
- Spakfiller
- Paint scraper
- Medium fine grade sandpaper
- Sugar soap
- Mould solution
- Low sheen acrylic paint
- Roller tray
- Cutting in brush
- Paint roller
- Roller extension poll
- Rota Cota Rolla Cleana

Step 1 – Fill any nail holes, indentation or cracks with spakfiller
Step 2 – Scrape off excess spakfiller
Step 3 – Remove loose, peeling or flaking paint with a scraper
Step 4 – Sand down walls
Step 5 – Wash the surface with sugar soap and warm water
Step 6 – If there is mould present clean the walls with a mould solution and rinse with clean water
Step 7 – Pour a small quantity of paint into a roller tray
Step 8 – Start at the top of the wall and work from left to right if you’re right-handed
Step 9 – Paint down each corner and then across the bottom too
Step 10 – Roll paint roller in roller tray
Step 11 – Apply paint onto the walls
Step 12 – Leave paint to dry then apply a second coat
Step 13 – Use Rolla Cleana to clean paint roller

For all of your DIY advice, tips and tricks head to www.paintplace.com.au


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