Monthly Archives: October 2012

Choosing and Purchasing Paints and Supplies (6)

Purchasing Specialty Applicators: For any painting project, we highly recommend investing in an angled brush. It’s a must for a professional finish to corners and trim. If you are planning a decorative finish on your wall, such as the one … Continue reading

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Choosing and Purchasing Paints and Supplies (5)

Synthetic-bristle paintbrushes are best for latex and acrylic paints. Natural-bristle paintbrushes are best for alkyd paints. Do not use natural-bristle paintbrushes with latex paints or the bristles will soak up the paint and bunch together.

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Tips on Beautifying Rooms at Your Home

Beautifying rooms at your home like bedroom, living room, dining room, or kitchen is not an easy thing because you should have creative ideas to make your rooms look beautiful and feel comfortable. Actually, you don’t need to worry about … Continue reading

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Choosing and Purchasing Paints and Supplies (4)

Water-based glaze: Mix 1 part water-based glazing liquid to 1 part latex or acrylic paint, and then add enough water until you reach the consistency of syrup.

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Choosing and Purchasing Paints and Supplies (3)

Spray paint allows you to create a smooth finish without brush strokes. Acrylic and alkyd paints are available in spray varieties, as are faux stone finishes, metallic finishes, and lacquers. Stencil paints are specialty paints used when working with stencils.

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