Swiss Coffee Paint – After completely covering everything below the ceiling level you don’t want to be painted. Make sure first that you have removed pieces of paper from the ceiling, removed all blue tactics, sellotape, gum, dead flies and spiders, spider webs. Fill each hole, and give a good cleansing ceiling with Sugar Soap. Get a good, strong, big container or paint that just protrudes and pour your paint into it. I would suggest that it is not a good idea to use silk or semi-gloss on the ceiling, because it finishes like that really appears all brush marks and inconsistencies on the surface. So, don’t use this end result unless you are really a good painter.
In Swiss coffee paint, note using large rollers that are hairy on the pole, which must first be rinsed with warm water and left more or more dry (it will absorb your paint better this way), first load the rollers so that they are good and ‘full’ paint, then apply it to the ceiling, starting from one corner and working from one end of the room to the other. Use consistent actions to move the rollers back and forth. Use more paint than you think is necessary and don’t let the roller dry. If it starts to become hard work, you might not use enough paint.
Go around the electrical appliance using a brush. If your rollers don’t enter the corner, use the brush here too. You can do this before you roll or afterwards. It really doesn’t matter. Many light fittings will release from the base on the ceiling. Don’t lose track of where you arrive if you stop drinking coffee. White on pure white can be difficult. Then again, if you paint it, your ceiling might not be too clean, so forget it. Stand back when you think you’re done to make sure you cover everything. If you use matte emulsion paint, you can add more bits that you miss, and it won’t appear when it’s dry.
After doing this, clean the roller by washing non-stop under the flowing tap, or if you are rich, throw it away. Cleaning rollers is a pain in the neck Swiss coffee paint but it can be done if you are patient. Alternatively, wrap a roll of color into several plastic bags if you need it later for other areas with the same color paint. Wrapped properly must remain good for several days.