3 Vital Tips to Make Your Wall Painting Look Good and Last Longer


 When it comes to home decoration a lot of attention is given to wall painting. Walls are all around every home and go through a lot of wear and tear; from kitchen, washrooms to the living room. A lot is spent on the painting procedure, but if proper attention isn't given to them the paint on the walls may fail. Even trying to avoid the cracks, stains and dirt they are visible on the wall at some point. Home painting if done smartly can help conceal these problems and add on a few years to the walls too.


To make sure your home's walls keep looking good and your paint stays looking fresh and new, follow the below listed simple yet effective tips.

1   Paint Peeling
Often you may find your painted wall starts peeling. This condition, if not fixed on time can continue to expand making the walls look shabby and damaged. High moisture, water leaks or low quality paint are the major reason for such occurrences. To avoid this problem from the root, make sure your painting begins only after the proper pre-painting process. Applying the proper prep methods and using high grade paint products or waterproofing in Jacksonville will eliminate paint failure. Try taking these simple steps and you will clearly see the difference.


     Paint Cracking
One of the most commonly faced paint problems is cracking of the paint. During cracking the walls appear to be cracked because of the cracks developed over the paint coat. This happens due to excessive thinning or incorrect spreading of paint over the walls. To be assured that your walls don't crack, even layers of paint needs to be applied on the walls. You may save some money by applying less quality paint on the walls, but ultimately you may end up spending a lot more while fixing the cracks.

3    Fading
Color fading of paint is an ongoing problem. House painting does require regular cleaning every 12-18 months to avoid accumulation of dust, pollen and stains. The color fading may be noticed that when wiping of the dirt from the walls, the paint also seems to leave the walls. This happens when inferior paint is used and when the sun hinders color retention. Use acrylic paints outside that come with quick dry qualities and sun barriers. 


Remember, the higher grade products you use; the longer your home paint job will last. With paint, you really do get what you pay for! Contact a professional paint contractor to ensure a long-lasting paint job for your home or business.


Comments

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Pro Color said…
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