Preparation of the plan
The steps that take you to the different executions require different treatments. For best results, always remove all furniture in the room. This will save you from the risk of scratching your work as you store the furniture space from place.
Painted floors - If the plan is already painted, you can be lucky. You can easily remove the varnish of wood floors alone; if they are in a bad condition, you must be a professional.
Bare Wood - If you work with a wooden floor exposed you should sand smooth with sandpaper progressively finer grits. Once it is smooth, thoroughly clean. Be sure to remove sanding dust before removing the new paint. It is a good idea to erase all the coatings wall decorations or windows before painting to prevent the dust from objects hitting sighting wet paint. Once the floor has been ground and cleaned, add a primer or use paint floor primer.
Lacquered floors - A painted floor has a smooth surface, ground, cleaned and primed.
Once the plan has been repaired, primed, and clean, place the tape measure around the artist's sockellist to the baseline. Press the strap firmly to make a good seal.
Now you are ready to do the next step. The entire process requires preparing more work. Color will change color and style to your room and the problem of a plan obsolete and worn out, but anything that does not obscure. The more time and effort to take time to create a smooth, clean soil, the better the end result.
Materials Floor painting
The right consumable is important, so take a moment to find a high quality brushing, rolling and color. Using the right materials for the work saves money for expensive do-over, and can save the back and arms extra effort.
Quality brushes are less likely to lose bristles or leave brush marks on the floor. Look for a wide brush if you intend to use it for most of the painting, and have a one or two inch brush for detail work and for the cutout in the sockellist in the room.
Having a role for the painting project plan will help make the work faster because you will always have a good coverage to each shot. Decide whether you work with a pole long or short, and test the handle and length for maximum comfort. Roller covers are classified by different surfaces. Choose a nap roll cover, and do not overload with color as you work. This is the best way to get on the ground without drops or lines getting moderate coverage.
There are a number of products from dense forests available immediately, which works well on a ground; these include specifically floor, porch and terrace paint. It is also possible to use oil-based enamel. When it is necessary to trigger the ground, there are self-priming colors also available.