INTERIOR PAINTING - WALL REPAIR - WOOD STAINING/PAINTING - CABINETS - VENETIAN PLASTER - FENCE PAINTING - BRICK/CONCRETE/CEMENT PAINTING
The job came out great! Now what? Proper clean up and removal of materials is essential, and it will leave a huge impression with the customer. This step is the easiest of the 3, but don't be fooled, it must be done with extreme caution, after all you don't want to damage that beautiful paint job do you?You must move slow. Start by salvaging all the paint you can, put it in the paint can, replace the lid, clean the rim and give it to the customer, you never want to waste paint, besides it isn't yours to waste. Remove all tools, equipment from site. Remove all tape and replace all face plates/fixtures etc..Proper disposal of used disposable materials is important. You must make the customer aware of the disposal, we want to abide by the local sanitation rules and regulations. Next we carefully remove all drop clothes. We must do this slowly, doing it too quickly will stir up dust into the air. If possible take them outside to fold them. Replace any furniture back to its original place. Do a final walk through with the customer, and be sure to thank them for their valued business.
Now we are ready to paint. Painting is a skill that requires considerable skill and knowledge. Every job is unique in its own right, a good painter will do a proper evaluation of an area prior to painting to determine what steps and materials will be used to maximize professional results. A true professional has exceptional patience and is well organized. Professional Painters have a broad understanding of how paint works. Paints and gloss levels, primers, tools and materials of the trade, smooth to rough surfaces, VOC's, etc. Without patience and experience you are in for a big mess. Painting is a slow process. People who rush, or try to speed up a paint job will find themselves moving too quickly. They will start overloading their brushes and rollers with paint, doing this will increase your chances of paint splatter, drips, excess paint will more than likely run onto baseboards, trim, floors, etc. You will find yourself doing more cleaning and less painting. Improper painting techniques will cause a huge mess for you now, and possibly for weeks, even months to come. Hopefully you will be able to clean it all up. Remember all painters are not created equally.
Prep work can be a time consuming and tedious process. A good paint job is only as good as the preparation work. Furniture must be removed with care, especially the delicate items. Furniture, surfaces and floors must be properly covered with canvas drop clothes, tape, paper, plastic, etc... Surfaces must be dusted. Face plates must be removed. Surfaces to be painted must be properly prepared. Walls must be dusted, any damage must be properly addressed. Proper patching and sanding experience is necessary. All patched areas must be primed correctly. If there are multiple patches on any one wall your best bet is to prime the entire wall. Quality materials will ensure best results. Rollers and brushes must be properly prepared to accept paint. Buckets and trays must be clean. Proper mixing of paint is important. Paint extenders may be necessary
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