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Checklist of the Preparation of Interior Painting

There are some ground-works available that should have to follow by the painters before starting an interior painting work.

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For any kind of job, a proper preparation is very important to accomplish the task successfully. If you like to do yourself of your home Interior painting or if you like to get the expert and professional painters, there are some key instructions for you which you may follow at the time of the preparation of interior surface.

1.††††††† Detect problem areas. First you should have to make a proper check of the walls, floors, windows, ceiling and around doors to be sure that your home don't have any major problems or leakage that will require fixing before starting the painting task. Few areas might need additional coats of paint or additional surface preparation for getting the perfect color and surface results.

2.††††††† Clear the walls of your home. You shouldtake down all pictures and wall-hangings from your home before interior painting. Check and repair any types of hole or cracks on the walls.† If you hire a professional painter, inform them about defective areas on your walls.

3.††††††† Move the furniture and other things of your home. In a home, it is normal that it have some furniture and other things in a room such as bed sheet, bed foam, wall hanging, electronics items. You may use floor carpet also. Remove all the furniture and other things of your room to another, which will make a good space for the painter to operate the task easily.† It is normal that the more space the painter has for painting in the quicker and easier the painting will be. It will be easier for you if your painter continue their painting work one after another. Then you can shift the all things of one room to another room.

4.††††††† Fixtures and fittings remove. You have to remove latches, doors locks, door knobs, window frames, picture hooks and curtain rails. Electrical switches, light fixtures and fittings can be taped or dismantled. It is important because if you donít remove it then there may cause a harmful condition for you and your home.

5.††††††† Tape or cover. In a room of a home, there may have some things that cannot be moved or shifted such as air conditioners, electrical switch, heaters, carpets, windows etc. If you have such type of things in your home, you should tape it or cover it with good quality tape or plastic cover before interior painting.

6.††††††† Repair and clean. All surfaces of your home that will be painted need to be properly washed to remove dust and dirt. It will help to operate the painting task easily and smoothly. Generally, Paint does not cover holes or cracksComputer Technology Articles, so your painter or you will have to repair any damage surfaces so that they will be smooth while applying paint or primer.

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