Ideas for Painting Stripes on Walls

Aug 13th

Painting stripes on walls can be a great way to decorate your room, or simply give it a new and clean look. One problem many amateur painters face when painting their walls is streaking. These stripes make the wall look unfinished and carelessly painted. There are some reasons that you can bump the strips when painting your walls, but following these tips should eliminate the problem.

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Put color on your roller evenly and with decent coverage. It should not paint dripping from the roller before painting stripes on walls. To avoid this, simply wipe away unnecessarily in the power grid. Visualize the area of ​​the wall you are going to paint. The only attempt to cover a small amount of the wall at any time. A 3-in-3 inch box is great to start with. Place scroll laterally in the upper left corner of imaginary box. You will actually start painting the side to side, not upside down, as you might have thought.

Painting stripes on walls go from side to side, making a zigzag motion while rolling the color into your imaginary box on the wall. Your first move will be a straight side to side movement from one end of your box to the other. Without lifting your roll at all, drag (or shoot depending on which hand you use) brush in the opposite direction and down. Go down far enough to just overlap your previous stroke about 1/2 inches to 1 inch. Continue to use this zigzag movement until you reach the bottom of your box. When you do, go sideways and up the box in the same way. Does this until you reach the top of the box again?

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Place the roller in the upper right corner of the box and in the normal vertical position. Pull the roller straight down to the lower right corner of the box, then paint the wall with the same zigzag movement you used in the previous step. Again you will go upside down and downside. When you reach the end of your box, go back in the opposite direction. This is how you will ensure that there are no unaltered or uneven areas in the imaginary box.  Make sure that the paint is blended properly before applying each coat. This is another way you can prevent streaks. Be prepared to paint multiple layers. For lighter colors, maybe two to five o’clock to be enough to eliminate any stripes. When using darker colors, you may need 5:56 rocks.