2023-01-26 Cooley Brothers Painting Palos Verdes Estates CA Painting Tools Bathroom

Painting Tools To Use When Painting Your Bathroom In Palos Verdes Estates, CA

When you have a major interior painting project, one thing that you have to remember is that it’s not just the paint and the primer that you need to make it happen — there are a number of tools that you will need at your side as well.

The tools you make use of for painting a room in your home (such as your bathroom) will help to make for a better painting project and depending on the quality of these tools you buy (or borrow) you can expect the painting project to go that much better.

With that being the case, let’s have a look at some painting tools you should use when you are painting your bathroom and are looking to improve its look.

1. Paint Brush And Paint Roller

One of the key things that you’re going to want to have when you’re painting your bathroom is your paintbrush and your paint roller — and that should be pretty clear upfront.

The paint roller, of course, will be necessary to apply primer and paint to the larger parts of the walls in an even way without spending too much time on it.

Paint brushes on the other hand will be more applicable when you are applying paint to the corner areas and near the edges where it would be more difficult to paint with a paint roller.

2. Sanding Sponge / Paper

In any given interior painting project, you’re going to want to have a smooth surface upon which you will be applying the primer and paint.

One of the best ways that you can achieve this is to make use of some kind of tool or instrument to sand the surfaces that you will be painting.

A good sanding sponge with the right coarseness (there are different levels that will make a surface more or less rough) will help you get these surfaces better ready to be painted.

3. Spackling Knife

It is rare that you will take on a painting project such as painting your bathroom and you come across walls that are entirely free of any holes or areas where the wall is not as level as it should be.

When this is the case, you can make use of spackle compound to fill in the gaps and holes and have it be fully leveled out so that you will then be able to have walls that are better for painting.

Insofar as you will want to apply spackle, it’s best to make use of a spackling knife to smoothly make the application so that you can get the spackle on your walls in as level a manner as you can.

4. Drop Cloth

In any given painting project where you are painting an interior room, you are going to want to protect your floors from paint that might drip down either from your paintbrush, paint roller, or even the paint tray you use to carry your paint.

An important aspect of the drop cloth that you need to bear in mind is that it should of course not allow the paint to pass through it (as if it did allow the paint to go through it would basically be useless and there would have been no point to applying it.)

Moreover, you are going to want to make use of a drop cloth that is just weighty enough that as you are walking around the room it does not shift too much, leaving any part of the floor uncovered.

This will help to ultimately keep your floors clean of dripping paint.

Cooley Brothers Painting is a locally owned, owner-operated, family business in Torrance, California. Call the office at 310-378-4575 or email us: info@cooleybrothers.com. You can also use our contact page to reach us.

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