Home Office Painting With Less Mess In Palos Verdes Estates, CA
When you are looking to get a better looking home office, one thing that you might want to do is to paint it — but with the painting process comes the mess that can often accompany any given painting project.
However, what you may not realize is that there are things that you can do to reduce the amount of waste and overall mess that is made when you paint, and it’s just a matter of following a few simple steps.
With that being the case, let’s look at and consider some tips for home office painting with less mess that will make for a better painted home office.
1. Measure Your Surfaces
One thing that’s going to be tremendously helpful in painting your home office and having less mess is the measuring of the surfaces that are going to be painted.
Though this might seem entirely irrelevant to painting with less mess, this is not at all the case as you are going to get an idea of how much there is to be painted and so you will be able to make a good schedule for yourself.
In having a schedule you will know that you will be able to spend a generous amount of time while you are preparing and painting and so you will not make some of the worst mistakes that tend to come from rushing through the paintwork.
2. Stirring Inside A Disposable Bag
There are many ways to get your paint properly mixed, and though it might seem like shaking it would be the fastest way to do so, it’s also the fastest way to maybe possibly make a mess and also to get bubbles incorporated into the paint.
However, even though you’re going to be stirring your paint (which is the better way to get the paint mixed) this doesn’t mean you should just mix the way that the can is, out in the open — this leaves the possibility that paint will spill as you stir it.
The better way to approach this is to stir the paint inside a disposable bag, so even if you do spill some it will end up in the bag and not on the floor.
3. Cover The Floor With a Drop Cloth
Speaking of the floor, if you want to ensure that you don’t get paint all over the floor you will want to lay down some heavy drop cloth.
Doing this will ensure that any paint that falls down from your brush or paint roller (or even your paint tray) will encounter not the floor itself but rather the drop cloth.
A drop cloth is a bit better than a tarp because its heavy weight means that it is not going to move about as you go from one part of the room to another and so uncover the floor, defeating the purpose of it being there.
4. Remove Furniture
If there is furniture in your office, it may be a good idea to try to remove the furniture for the duration of your painting project.
The less furniture you have in the room while you are painting, the better off you will be during the painting project — and though of course, this may not be so feasible, you will have a better painting project if you are able to do so.
If you really can’t get anything out you should at least try to get it as far away from the walls as you can so that you don’t have it in the way and then cover it all with a tarp so that you don’t paint on the furniture.
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