Painting wood trim in all rooms, your main goal is to achieve a professional finish that will look good this year with just plain dust drying and a temporary wash. The key to achieving this kind of finish is careful preparation. Make sure your attire is ready to receive the paint before lifting the lid of the tin, apply good quality brushes to apply it, and allow it to dry properly between the strokes.
Apply masking tape along the wall at the edge of the paint wood trim. Use dust sheets to cover rugs or hard floors. Vacuum clean thoroughly with a soft brush to remove all dust from the surface. If the trim already painted, prepare a solution of hot water and mild detergent. Wash the trim, and let it dry. Check for trim. Look for cracks and cracks in both bare and painted wood. Also check for the openings at the point where the trim meets the wall. Use wood filler to fill holes and cracks. Use sealants to fill any gaps between the trim and the walls. Allow filler and sealant to dry.
Apply Primer and Cullen
Apply a layer of primer to all parts of the trim painted, if you start with just wood. Allow the layer of primer to dry completely before underwood. Keep a color guard against the lower edge of the trim you work. This will provide extra protection for your floor. Apply suitable undercoat for the type of painting wood trim you use in both primal bare wood and wood painted in the past. If you start with just wood, use two layers to ensure good coverage. If the wood has already been painted and is in good condition, a layer will be sufficient. Once again, let all the trim dry thoroughly. Cut the trim very easily. This will give a key as your first coat of coat will follow. Vacuum carefully to ensure that all abrasive dust is removed.
Application of Paint
Open the can of color. Read the instructions carefully to determine whether or not to touch the paint before application. Load your brush and apply long sweeping lines along the fiber direction of the trim until the color of the brush begins to expire. Fill the brush again and paint in the next section of the trim. To achieve a good finish, mix the two pieces together with short, light brush strokes. Let the trim dry thoroughly before easily grinding the first layer of paint. Remove all traces of grinding dust. Apply a second layer of paint using the same method. Let it dry. Sand trim very easy once, remove the grind, and apply a third layer.