Painting walls and ceilings is a responsible business, and in order to get a good result, you need to follow some rules. To paint successfully, you need to be careful, use quality materials and work in good light. You should choose a good roller, and for texture painting you will need a trowel or spatula. When choosing a roller, you need to pay attention to its pile. It should absorb paint well and apply it in a dense layer.
Do not abuse the excessive application of paint. For example, if the walls are painted using textured wallpaper, then after applying two dense layers, the pattern may “drown” in the paint in some places, and in other places it may show through normally. The result is an uneven "mosaic", which is unacceptable. Also, for painting ceilings and walls, you will need an additional smaller roller. This will allow painting hard-to-reach places.
When painting ceilings and walls with water-based paint using a roller, you should use a special tray thatrequired to remove excess paint from the roller. This allows it to be applied evenly. Work in a room with high ceilings should be done with a roller with a special extension to freely reach the right places from the floor. In the process of painting the walls, move up and down, while avoiding paint on the ceiling.
Before painting the surface, it is recommended to prime it again with a roller, but in no case with a brush. After using the brush, there will be stains that will show through in the future.
As mentioned, high-quality wall painting is impossible without good lighting, which allows you to see all the flaws in time. During operation, it is required to carefully examine the surface and make sure that there are no drops, smudges or excess paint at the place where the roller has passed. If necessary, go through the painted areas again so that the paint evenly lays on the surface. In addition, the layers must be applied so that there are no gaps, especially for putty walls.
When painting the ceiling, work should start from the most illuminated side, namely from the window. If there are several windows in the room located on different sides, you need to determine where the light falls best from, this will be the starting point. Painting walls with paint should be done from the illuminated side, because when light hits their surface, roller marks may appear, especially if the paint is poorly rolled.
Side light exhibits evenminor flaws, this is especially true of the ceiling. In the case of wallpaper painting, work also needs to be started from the window, since they begin to be glued in the same way from the illuminated side. If the wallpaper was of poor quality, then small stripes may be visible on the edges of the canvases due to poor joining of the sheets.
Such stripes are recommended to be painted over in the direction of gluing, in which case the paint will better get into problem areas. This trick won't make much of a difference, but it will still give you a slightly better result.