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DIY How to Paint like a Pro Series A to Z

Feb 27, 2020
so in this video I will teach you all the professional secrets and how to


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ing in half the time we're used to, so we don't need a lot to paint well, you need a brush, you know, a roller, a good stick, a hammer gun, a little bit of sanding action, so Before you break out your brush and roller, there are a few things you need to do. do for a professional result number one remove all screws and prepare surface number two get all plates and fixtures out of the way you can't get around these steps so first of all remove all plates it's ok if i had a buck because every time that i saw a plate that was painted on the wall i'll tell you what annoys me the most it only takes a couple of seconds it gives you a chance to identify if it's broken it probably needs to be cleaned there you have it now it's out of the way ok the thermostats again remove them they are usually installed pretty simple there we go nothing to the right a couple of set screws and two wall plugs ok here we are boom here we go so someone has come and painted before now if you go to change your color if you don't clean this and leave it there you have to paint it all over just to hide the old pink color take the two seconds it takes remove this from your shirt not ok this is a doorbell cover really nothing except it has been repainted owner after owner after owner they just jump on people just compression fit get them out of your way stop painting your plastic fittings it's ok here we go we'll take care of that can you inspect now make sure all the connections are clean ok get rid of the tape my lord same with the receptacle covers remove them all and just a tip if you are worried about losing all the screws you can go back to place them where they came from. covers are only on th Here with the fixing screws ok remove the screws.
diy how to paint like a pro series a to z
The secret here is that this is actually hardwired so it's low voltage so don't be afraid, but you don't want to get this more than a half inch off the wall, okay, that's plenty of room. to move the brush again let's get all the old paint off of there okay let's leave that intact there we're going to be ready to go now generally speaking I can't remember the last time I saw a wall that was full of pictures had nails in it every single nail missed a stud check this out hey we got about a thousand so once we prep all our wall you know and we're ready to paint we have to prep our wall remember professional results , it's all in the prep so yeah we've removed all of our cover plates we've got our paint here but we need to fill our holes and check for little dents and blemishes because until we don't make the surface of the wall is perfect no point adding paint paint just puts lipstick on the pig and if you don't want to be painting a pig fix the wall here's a secret I've seen a lot of different things done for many different people there we go to the correct classic damage and i'm just cleaning it with my hand the 501 tool used to clean a brush this is used like a screwdriver this is a scraper this is designed for dents it's like a little mini hammer the drywall is usually pretty smooth so what you do is press it into the hole and give it a twist like this and you create a nice big dent and you'll see it because it actually marks the paper well every time you see a nail hole that you want to make a dent like those two things creates a void that needs to be filled which is really easy to do with drywall compound in most hallways if you drive a nail into the surface it also pops out a bit so if you just pull the nail then clean it or try to fill it you get little bumps everywhere its ok and dont feel good so only give it a whirl if there are four or five of them. ur or five times this isn't about speed this is about perfection ok once you've prepped your surface and got it right the first time when you paint these walls you'll come out absolutely beautiful brand new darling. here's my next secret when you're patching up drywall surfaces there are a ton of products on the market that i like use this to fix your holes most of them are junk because they shrink when dry or flicker when you paint them what it means that you put that compound on and sand it down and then paint two coats and come back a couple of days later and in certain lights you can still see the patch shining through the paint it's called flashing not a little cube of something pink that turns white for you, it will work but you have to add an extra step of paint to prime those patches which is a real frustration if you're trying to do something quickly the last thing you want is three coats of paint having to dry that's just crazy so I what you want to do is grab your 45 drywall and you can buy this in little mini bags.
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Just wanted to point out something like a large ziploc bag for only a few bucks, ok no one needs a lot here. I have enough here to probably patch the whole room but it's easier to work with without putting it on your hawk take your finger create a volcano ok set it up and what we're going to do is add one part water and then three parts of dust and this takes a little bit of practice to get right and this is going to be like a time lapse video because it takes a couple of minutes. you can do to help speed it up it's just some steel and spread it out like a dressing ok and you're creating your own drywall compound here and the reason you want to do it this way and not with the caulk that they selling in stores is next these things when you put i t on it doesn't need to be primed this is an industry secret we use 45 plaster to patch our stuff because we can patch it and i can even if i'm in a hurry i can use warm water i can throw a little bit of salt here because when I add salt to the water it changes the compound of the water and speeds up with the chemical reaction of the drying process.
diy how to paint like a pro series a to z
I'll know you've got a little bit of extra iron in there oh my gosh this goes from plaster 45 to plaster four and a half minutes you got it we'll use it up quickly just add a little more water until I got it working the way you you want now. I have a very thick paste here right now that's a little too thick for me so just to not make a mess I'm just going to put in a little more water and I'm going to force it in there we go now it's getting loose let's get all the powder in there not the thicker you make it though the faster it dries and it probably has holes in it because you can't really blend it very well to make it look pretty good we'll add a little more water it just drips in there that's more of a beat wet, that's what I'm last, I'm looking for more of a toothpaste consistency, you know? than you need the whole bag of, it's 50 pounds of powder and it's $9.
diy how to paint like a pro series a to z
I tell you right now you can afford to throw it away so you want it nice and creamy like toothpastes, okay, but it won't fall off. the hock and make a mess it's ok if it's runny you have too much water add a little more powder ok now the secret is just work a little now i always put my hock in when i'm doing a room i have good mud on one side and i have debris to clean up my knife on the other side with all the little bits that may have come off w With paint and then bits of dirt for you to look at we'll take this we'll go into that little hole and that's it okay remember I'm filling a little dent so I'm putting more than I need. almost perpendicular the ball ended up ok this will revolutionize your life huh so here's the secret don't sand clean the knife on the other side if you think you have paint chips and stuff cause you don't drag and dirty the mud. and then just go there double check the surface of the wall, there may be other blemishes, there's a little dent there, okay, a little hole there, one there, you'd be surprised, just the process of living in a house moving furniture around, maybe your corners are not perfect, you want to make them perfect, just run it over the corner of the wall, it straightens everything out which will clean up your corner for you, looks like someone had one of those wallpaper protectors on this corner at one point, look at all the mud that filled th His story is crazy.
I can't make a good paint war edge if I don't have a good wall to work with, so I'm going to fix the corner first. Here we come out on the razor side. so now that we've patched all of our wall I'm going to go around and do the rest of the room by the time I'm done stripping and patching the rest of this room this will be dry and I can start painting so just remember I'm going to remove the whole priming process out of the equation and I'm going to take a little bit more time to get it perfect but I'm not going to stop moving so I do a full cycle through the room boom to the chop and then roll three hours and finishing a whole living room, that's what painting is all about, so time to sand, it's been about 45 mins, all is good, solid and white, got a bit of a soft edge too. action on top because you know i mean you get a chance to do something sexy would you take it what we're going to do is remember we're painting a wall so your process for the room is to get everything in the room ready and then sand, paint, sand and paint again, okay, and the key and the reason I love this 45 minute mud. it's because when i apply that i don't have to walk around with a sanding block and say at every little spot forget about it because you're going to get all over the wall ok use your 360 radius quick stuff this gets all the extra ridges and dirt off which was painted last time and you know it will be because whatever paints around or fixtures and their sockets and switches also doesn't get between layers you can't be that lazy and get a good job there go now because we did a little extra work on this one corner we're going to use the hand test just feel for the ridges you might not see them the outside corners can be a little picky because they usually have that curve and my 360 penny radius even though it has a sanding sponge on it sometimes it doesn't do a good job there so keep that double check handy but now we're ready it's the right time for the first coat so without wasting too much time let's go over the basics, Of course my lingo can be a little different because where I'm from but we call this a cage this is called the sleeve in general terms for walls I like a 13 to 15 mil sleeve the better painter you are the thicker you can go and some jobs I'll even go up to 20 depending on the quality of the paint but that just slides right in there this particular cage is amazing because it has ball bearing construction so it generally has a really nice flow and does an amazing job , be sure to wash your sleeves before use this is a little known fact but even the packages that say lint free or make these crazy claims that they won't leave little hairs on the wall are full of crap they all have lint problems so you have to wash it first run it under running water use you r 5:1 and just give it a quick little scrape dry then it's ready to use or when you finish painting today wash it and gu burn it down for next time then you'll be all set to use one of these things usually I'll do thousands and thousands of square feet of wall if you take care of it for a long time so it can be worth the seven or eight dollar investment a next you need the paint bar now mine has obviously been used a bit a bit but i love it because it has a locking system so i don't always have to sit here with the compression to tighten it It also has a locking pin it's adaptable with this handle so when I'm rolling I don't have my handle and cage coming undone with each other and getting all kinds of crooked lines and causing drips so that's fabulous.
I work with a lot of control. The next thing you need is a brush. Now I will teach you. It's a three inch angle. brush isn't square it's angled this is the one I like to use I'm going to t each of these techniques today so you can cut really fast and you can cut like a pro by the time I'm done showing this and the way we do it is just put some paint in your tray take what some paint in an empty can put about an inch of paint in there okay how about you did it now?
The reason I'm going to suggest that is because you can't paint. I would have a full can of paint if you tried to take that full can of paint off of you. it's going to have paint everywhere your brush will have too much paint your floor will have too much paint just stop getting an empty can it's like three bucks always works on an empty can well this brush is the three inch brush i buy at the dulux store they're great it's like 13 or 15 bucks you can go to the hardware store and buy a brush if you want butyou are going to pay too much for it so go to the pro shop ask them for a regular three inch angled brush pay decent money for it you will get great results what i do is push it all the way in ok and you can see it is now full of paint ok it's a brush if you try to paint with that you can make a big mess so I scraped all four sides ok now my brush is clean and still full of paint. so much paint in here it's not even fun ok i mean i can paint probably 15 or 20 linear feet of line with this brush and when you're painting you basically want to get going there's so much paint in there you have to spread it out here ok , I'm just going to get this out for the road, we're going to be without heat for the next few minutes, gentlemen, but most survive for the greater good, here we go, that's fine and that's why you want to get all the stuff. off the wall so you can really get some control and it's not going big drips everywhere let's recap a little bit because when you're painting you want to cut and then apply the first coat and the second coat you can go back on the first coat but its better to have a process because you can cut and roll by the time you have finished the room you are ready to apply the next coat remember to sand in between coats but here we go we are going to fill our brush we are going to clean our brush now this ceiling here is still going it's drying and I don't care because I'm not going to cut right into the edge of the ceiling, I'm just going to put the heel of the brush down, get the bristles out, and then brush within an eighth of an inch of the ceiling, that's the first cut ok and then I'll feather it all right so it's cut 101 on the second pass or second coat then I'll go straight to the ceiling now here max I'll do it this again, we'll press the heel, push the bristle and look at the paint line, the paint isn't pushing out. nt of the bristle you see the bristle is touching the ceiling but the paint is coming out of the inside of the brush so it comes to that that's an eighth of an inch or a sixteenth of an inch and that and as soon as you get that effect snow plow, you look at that little ridge.
I walk away, clean the brush, and then go back and pick up the extra paint. I don't want the extra paint there, okay, that extra paint right now is your enemy, not your friend. the second time you come here it's going to be very easy to run that brush over because this is a nice freshly painted surface and you're just going to push that bristle up to the ceiling like this and then pull will show that later okay so it was the edge inside corner top there are two types if you are doing an accent wall then you want to cut the inside corner the same way place the heel here push the tip of the brush into the corner then back down and leave it just a little edge ok , first coat, second c Oat you can get a lot closer but for now we're just trying to get really close across the line if you get too aggressive you're going to cross the line oh now you have to come back with the other white paint blah blah so you don't want to do that here we go every time we do this I'm going to push the paint I'm going to clean the brush if you're doing the whole room it's much simpler you just run up and down on both sides e ok, and you're looking for a piece that's about two inches wide here when you're rolling your walls, you don't have to roll straight into the corner and the reason you don't want that is because when you're rolling here, the side of the roller, the cage, it will rub here and one side of the other will be damaged, it will make a furry mess, so get in the habit of brushing the inside corners, don't trust the roller to do that job for you.
Now the next technique you're going to want to have is to brush the outer corner now on this s. The thing is we were going to have two different colors which is why I want to show this here because any time you're doing two different colors the last thing you want to do is use the roller on the outer edge because those bristle marks are always going to curl up. and you're going to get a little bit of a fuzzy lines so where you get a nice sharp line was to use that 45 minute compound we talked about and run against the edge to make sure you're filling all the little dents and nicks and scratches and then what you do is put the heel of your brush back on it's okay and you go down like you're cutting through the ceiling leave that line about a sixteenth or eighth of an inch that's okay on your first coat and wait until you've got it there now now let's remove and we're going to brush that paint up to that edge the secret here is that the heel of the parish can't extend past the corner or the bristles will break off and go shooting for it like this the bristles are actually being raised on the edge and that keeps your corner nice and straight when i'm done with the lighter color paint two coats i'll apply one more coat on the darker color paint and do the same thing and make it run around the edge and what will end up happening is that this painting will create a nice straight line and you will be able to show all your friends how straight your lines are with that technique Wow oh by him that way it's smooth it just looks pretty sexy if you like it you can check out our video on how to make a soft edge on your ceiling ok now here we are at the base this is the one for all four sides of the wall we have to paint we are cutting and you have two options here if your skirting is in fabulous condition and the reason we do the latter is because you always want to see your cut line if your paint baseboards are a rough shape like this and they're going to need another coat then just brush them on if your color is a colo r clear like this just go ahead and paint the whole damn thing who cares make it quick get a nice line there make sure your caulk is covered with that wet paint and then when you're done we can get back to the baseboard paint and we can cut a nice line because you're your view you're sitting right on top of it it's perfect but if you want to keep it and not go through the extra work and not tape it down treat it the same but you have you go down, okay? you have to be under your brush.
I can't heel start getting to anything it's like the first coat on top and the reason you can get away with it is because generally paint nowadays is made with so many components of your chemistry set you get a great coverage in many cases just one coat we still paint two coats just to ensure our texture and we don't have any flash of primers and a bit of dull blotching but in most cases one coat is enough now the second coat you can come later and you can get nice and you struggle and draw that perfect straight line when the reason we can draw a straight line is because your paint from inside the brush remember you push the bristles to the point where you want to draw a line and pull and the paint comes out from inside the brush and the outside of the brush is now your guide so wherever you push the bristles it will be the guide and just draw a straight line from the inside of the brush illo, okay, that's the secret, if you just practice this for a few minutes, you'll do it.
Never use tape to cut anything again you know how to cut like a pro so when we're loading our roller well actually what we're doing is loading the roller you want to fill it with paint and you just want to run it like this and pop the extra of the tub. That's what the tray was designed for is to clean extra paint off the top of the roller. Okay, I like to personally paint from floor to ceiling. I have seen many photos and diagrams. even professional painting companies in th The pictures always have someone holding the roller in their hand and they're sweating that's an exercise if you were sitting here holding the roller in your hand you won't even get across the whole room take a break do one of these guys bad guys ok move away from your wall comfortable here we should be able to hit the ceiling and floor we shouldn't have to bend down we shouldn't have to bend down we shouldn't have to strain a foot from the top because there was a lot of paint on that roller and you just let it roll smoothly down the wall with no pressure, okay, and then you start with a little bit of pressure going back up, you're going to roll the first coat. draw a straight line and then work your way back up you'll pick up all the extra paint from the first run push it into the corner go for the start there's an inch or so and because you've got all this control with a lockout system with the cage on the handle can go extremely fast so here we are let's load this up let's clean it up a little bit don't be too aggressive here you could throw paint all over the room but again step back where you feel comfortable start from about a foot down ok watch that gap slowly add a little bit of pressure now move your roller back back up until it overlaps nice now we are using a little bit of pressure but because it's two hands the pressure is convenient I'm not going to touch a ceiling because I'm stretched out here with my back straight I'm stretching out here with a straight back okay you see the movement of the body here this is an ergonomic painting this is not it will fatigue you, you will get a perfect roll, no drips, perfect coverage, no back pain, painting can be a really hard job it could take a lot of energy or it can be a lot of fun now you will notice that when I'm rolling I go from right to left it's because the cage points in that direction it's ok wherever the metal rod goes into your sleeve it should be in your pole when pressure is applied the pressure is higher here and reduces through the sleeve because that's the first point of contact with the fulcrum, so when you get close to these props, turn it gently, roll it gently because you'll get a little bit of drip, that's okay, and you don't want to run into things with the edge of that, this allows you to get closer and closer , and you can go in there and get up close and personal to texture that paint because you want to get that right eggshell finish don't rely on the brush to be the texture use your roller and then you can load and have dig right now we only have one pass here so I don't put too much paint I want to be a little careful here now remember when you get to the outside corner it's the drywall corner so the corner joist is going to be a little bulging so flip it over and put your pressure point on the flat part of the wall because this would be much more forgiving for you ok yy You will be much less likely to create a deflection when you get closer to the edge.
Okay, again, you want to put texture on that and you want to have all of that control within a half inch or so of the corner just for texturing. that paint before it dries there we go and then i'll get nice and close to those accessories here and there we are so for the purpose of our video here today we're not painting the whole room we're just doing a actually the owner of the house is here in the corner watching us do this he's learning his tips and tricks his job is to paint the house so we'll just give him the demo let's go get a coffee now when you're taking a break load up his brush he's ok put it in your tin, same with the roller, if you load it up and fill it with moisture and you'll be fine to go and take a break, you might want to just take it out of that so you don't have an accident, ok, we'll be back in about 20 minutes this the paint will be dry enough to sand on the second coat.
I know it sounds very fast, but again it's a 100 percent acrylic paint. These things dry very quickly. You'll notice there's just a little dark spot here where we filled in. in the holes with the 45 minute but after this coat dries it will be the end of the flashing so we didn't have to prime this is a super quick way to paint your house ok so yeah the First coats dry in about 20 minutes. now we're going to do a second layer just before we start. I want to tell you if it's brand new drywall or if it's close to painted wall.
It is the same process. That's why I love this technique because it's not necessary. reinvent the wheel if you're dealing with brand new drywall the reason we stopped dead is because you want to have a layer of paint there to glide your brush over and have all that control to draw your line later and if it's a previously painted surface doesn't Don't change your technique you don't have to reinvent the w heel ok here we go no pressure draw a straight line drop your heel there ok paint from the inside and now you're going to push the bristles toward the ceiling and you're going to paint from inside the brush and you. its going to be just a bristle brush against the ceiling as your guide ok go back and pick that up there we go so max was telling me his house when he was painting he painted near the ceiling and the corners started peeling off the tape for drywall and I laughed and said what here I guess around 82 he's like yeah actually like I said well there he goes back in 1982 our leading companyin drywall compounds in the area that supplies most of the stores had a huge batch that failed mud and they didn't find out until about ten years later, so there are thousands of houses built in the early 80's, they have all the drywall tape that comes off with a little bit of moisture so if you don't have air conditioning or you suddenly decide to paint your whole house and add all that moisture to the room Boop all the tape falls off what a mess , that's a good reason to know how to do it. to install the crown and you can check it out in one of our crown videos so now I have an imperfect ball on a brand new imperfect smooth edge but it's painted perfectly and looks phenomenal so you'll find the second layer just pushes up the bristles and pull when you get good at this you can pull a really nice long section and at the same time you should be able to paint about three or four feet with a full brush and I'm finding that one touch is usually a go to get the kind of paint i want there my biggest problem here is i'm finding there's a bit of the old green jumping through a mess i'm going to do a little touch up on that smooth edge later and add some mud and cover that paint old same type of thing here for those q quarters make sure your brush is dry and heel is on the right side just paint a big circle get all the paint out of the brush before you start doing your detail cut line around your accessories all nicely finished with nice big swirls so you don't get the paint pooling and bubbling you don't get those lines the biggest enemy with the brush is using too much paint and then you leave the lines on the wall funny thing is i learned to paint when i first did it i moved to ottawa 15 years ago and i thought i knew how to paint so i looked for a job and the guy says can you cut?
I was like listen I know how to paint I don't know if I can make you money but I know how to paint he says that's the most honest answer I've ever heard so he let me join the team within 15 minutes of seeing this guy painting a wall i realized i had no fucking idea what i was doing they put me on the roller and he would just start cutting and omg he was so fast t with that brush it was just embarrassing i couldnt roll the wall as fast as he could cut it and that became my job to catch up he was taking breaks and i was still rolling the room and it took me about three months to get fast enough on the roller to keep up with him i it took probably another five or six months before they let me touch a brush and remember i knew how to paint yeah if i had a dollar for everyone every time someone said i know how to paint painting is as much about speed as it is about speed precision.
Now, if you're painting your house, speed isn't really your concern, but at the same time you don't want to take all day to paint your house. home so getting a technique that works really well for you in a short period of time is worth its weight in gold okay now that the second cut is over it's time for the second roll now remember the second roll we have our paint here that is dry over all your little patches that becomes the primer sealer for those patches ches the technology in the paint is what we're going to rely on here so our second coat doesn't have any more flashing we don't need a lot of paint either , so where I used to go to wide rollers now I'm going to go with three, so what this does is it forces my sleeve that's in the cage to really put texture on the wall.
I am nowhere on this wall. Do I have too much paint where I can't get a good texture? paint the surface here now and that's where my texture will come from and then when you're done everyone follow your cage back to the beginning it's going to be a smooth sexy finish so when you're done you want to take your cage sleeve off and this is what It's important: the cage, if it's sitting on the roller, if you store it like that in the bottom of the tray, the cage will get sore over time and you won't be able to get it out there, it will affect this performance and what is even worse you'll develop this squ Move around the ball bearings it drives you crazy so when you're done grab your handle and that will separate the sleeve from the cage nice and controlled and it doesn't have to be covered in paint there you have it, just put it on. and you're going to wash this ok there we go now they just left these to wait another 20 minutes when this coat is dry we're going to come back we're going to cut the skirting for you and show you how to draw a beautiful line with the paint from the trim without using any tape, so the last step is to paint the trim onto the baseboard.
Now, oddly enough, in this video I didn't show it to you when I'm painting my trim. My step process for a room is actually to paint the frame of the doors and windows first and I paint the skirting last and that's because it's easier to cut the wall against the window and the door trim and then do the walls because here this one you want to do the border at the end for this reason my eyes have to see what I'm doing so I don't want to be crawling under Under my brush trying to do this I'm painting that wall ass that's what what i do is place this on my wire around the same thing we're going to paint from the inside of the brush and draw our line about 1/8 3/16 inch from the bottom of that trim don't pay attention to the floor just draw your line with your brush on the edge of that molding and that's the reason we're doing it this way. of trying to paint the entire piece of trim, gravity will have an effect on this paint and before it has a chance to dry it will probably pull the trim down a bit more as you are standing looking at the trim than ever before. you'll see that it's painted a bit below that floor not in a million years, okay, so don't be too hard on yourself by judging your work when you're crawling on the floor, then let's do this.
I'll place your brush I'll place the bristles in that crevice and pull painting that edge from inside the brush I start to see you run away go back and pull again, that's it, don't repeat it over and over again, you'll end up creating a snowplow effect, lava heel and draw your line ok one pull and that's it and the better you do it the more brush you can get in contact with that space the longer the stroke the idea is to draw that line with the bristle pull her and that's ok then go back to the middle and fill in the rest of your base ok when you do that with the outer corners once you've done that there go around the corner from the back and just lift any edge of I drip now on this particular paint that customers bought which I find extremely wet I like my semi-gloss a little thicker Easier control but at the end of the day it doesn't matter what paint or what brush you're using it's all about painting of from inside the brush and then you can draw a line without tape and you could be saying Oh Jeff yeah but you've been practicing for years.
I have a steady hand like a surgeon I can't paint like you hat ready for this upside down left-handed not because it's good because the technique works put the bristle where it has to go pull it's all a matter of technique not of the painter just to try it I'll do the last one with a lot of movement in my hand it's still a straight line because the bristles don't paint it's from the inside of the brush it's ok if you don't believe me try it yourself you will surprise yourself painting from the inside of the brush and not from the outside the brush will make anyone paint like a pro ok so there is my system for painting like a pro throw away the tape ok paint from inside the brush spend three bucks on a can when you are done pour the paint back into its original container . and clean it up so it's ready for next time but this system allows you to get a perfect line from start to finish without tape remember when you record when you don't know what's wrong until you remove the tape well you're supposed to be done by then go back to patching and priming and starting over for touch-ups, this system allows you to do two coats in a room plus your trim, all in about two and a half to three hours, including removing and reinstalling all the plates. and doing all your touch ups patching up your holes i tell you you can do two rooms a day over the weekend you can paint most of your house in a weekend using this technique and you don't have to try too hard to get it right i hope this helps, if you have any questions please put them in the comment section below i will be there to help answer them i know not everyone paints the same there is more than one way to paint well but this technique works its easy to learn and will give you a professional result, it may not be the best painting technique in the world, but it's definitely an amazing technique for homeowners like you, ok, so like this video if you liked it, we'll see you in the next one video

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