Need to practice my trim
I’ve heard more “prodessional” painters swear they don’t need blue tape
and/or shields when painting. All that results is a MESS!Proper
preparation, including blue tape, is a MUST. Painting shields are a MUST to
make sure paint doesn’t end up where it shouldn’t.And, PUH-LEEZE, wear
disposable gloves when painting!
Just a small question on the topic. If you are painting an area like for
example a corridor/hallway , a part of the house which will take more
effort to perform the cutting in. How would you proceed perform all the
cutting in for the walls and then start painting or perform the task one
wall at a time (to avoid possible haloing). THanks.
Great Job. Thanks for advise. Wow
i like that roller whats is it
Good video, nice paint lines.
Dude, please inform the viewing public as to why you are tapping the loaded
brush onto the side of your paint holder. This is so important as this
determines how much paint is actually is on the brush, and its soooooo
important. As you are well aware, an overloaded brush is an animal..
Great video and thanks for posting.
JF ( UK )
Second half of the video… White trim… Why is the white so sharply cut
in… Does it matter that you don’t just overpaint by a half inch or so
onto the wall?
brush must be in line of line that you are painting not sideways not emit
paint on brush sideways, incorrect strategy
Well it’s quite clear you know how to paint and paint very well.
A great video on cutting in by hand.
Very good camera work too.
Like your vids but can i give you a tip?Get a wierless mic its hard to heR
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