Phoenix Painting & Wall Covering Contractors
- Arizona Painting Company
- D & H Custom Painting, LLC
- Dave's Adobe Painting Services, Inc.
- Pittsburgh Paints
What preparation should go into a paint job?Before you begin painting, it is always wise to cover and protect all surrounding surfaces to keep them safe from paint splatter. Tarps, plastic, paper, and visqueen all make great covers. See full FAQ
What paint should I use, and where?Painting may seem like an easy job, but one look at the variety of paint out there can get you reconsidering the project. Just what paint should you use? And where? Knowing the basics of paint can make this decision-making process a little easier. See full FAQ
How do I store leftover paint?You gazed at paint chips until your eyes crossed. You agonized over creating the perfect custom color. Now that you have finished applying the paint, you are determined to hang on to that last gallon for the sake of touch-ups. So how can you keep the paint fresh for as long as possible? See full FAQ
What is the best way to thoroughly remove wallpaper?You will need to start with a tool called a tiger paw, which fits in the palm of your hand. See full FAQ
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Listen to Rosie's five-part series on tips the professionals use for a color rich consistent coverage wall paint.
Part 1 prep the wall by properly cleaning
Part 2 patching drywall texture and sealing wall stains
Part 3 using colored primer
Part 4 proper way to back roll paint
Part 5 spotlighting the imperfections
Re-creating the look of Venetian plaster, suede or antique wood can be a fun, creative do-it-yourself project, especially if you have the right tools.
Lots of people apply faux finishes—a mixture of paint and glaze in a blend that replicates the look of a textured or weathered material—to walls, cabinets, columns, doors and even floors. Your tools are latex paint, clear glazes, sea sponges, rags or textured rollers, and a clear washable top coat.
For a simple pattern, follow these four basic steps: