Published at Tuesday, October 30th 2018. by Geneva Nixon in Bathroom Vanity.
We're going to do the painting now here in this bathroom and it's an awesome navy blue. The ceiling is white, so I put blue tape here to create a new line at the meeting of the colors, always prep your walls. A little bit. Take a look, you know to wipe down any grease. I protected this shower head, but I do want to get into this wall behind it all right, I'm happy with the wall. It's nice and smooth. It's clean, the paint's going to stick again in bathrooms. We generally use a semi-gloss paint or a specific bath paint.
It's it's more matte, but it's specifically bath and kitchen for mildew resistance and being able to wash down, but I'm using a mini roller. It's much easier to get into spaces like bathrooms and paint with a mini roller. Now I've also got a small size tray and again this is a beautiful navy blue. I like to use my smaller one and a half inch cut brush. We'll put some paint up here in the corners, I'm not afraid to overlap, because I've got my blue tape I'll, sometimes look back every three minutes or so and just see if there wasn't a drip or anything that I missed smooth it out all right.
Once I'm happy with my cut work with the brush, it's time to bust out the roller, incidentally, this deep blue paint is going to take two coats. You could be on the seaside and boot three, I'm going to go right to this bottom edge. I'm not worried about it. I've got my blue tape, all right, so yeah. The first cove is going to look a little thin and that's totally fine. I might let this sit an hour an hour to these modern self priming paints they dry up pretty quick.
This is a technique you might call back rolling. I already rolled this area, but as its drying, I'm just rolling over it one more time all in one direction. It just makes sure that it's very smooth and that dries evenly all right. So I would let this sit an hour too and then go ahead with my second coat when it's solid and I'm happy with it. I would come up and remove blue tape, exposing a new beautiful line, and there you have it. You can do the bathrooms. No problem just make sure you protect everything with plastic. The tape use a semi-gloss paint or a specific bath paint for better durability and have some fun with it.
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