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Prep for Perfection

Put aside time to prepare for a flawless paint job


 

THE SPACE

A clear and tidy space makes decorating significantly less stressful, as you don’t have to worry about things getting in the way or being damaged during the process.  

• Remove accessories and furniture and take down curtains and blinds.

• Loosen or tape around electrical cover plates on switches and outlets. 

• Unscrew or tape over any window and door hardware, such as locks, handles and knobs.

• Place a plastic dust sheet on the floor and on any remaining furniture that needs protecting.

 

THE SURFACE

Before you open any tins of paint, it’s important to make sure all your surfaces are clean and smooth. 

• If there are any gaps or cracks in your walls, ceiling or woodwork, fill them using a filling knife and the correct filler for the surface from the Polyfilla range. 

• Once all cracks and holes are filled and dried, it’s time to sand. Using sandpaper and a block, gently sand down any places you’ve filled and any woodwork you’ll be painting, like skirting or door frames.

• Lastly, wipe down surfaces to remove any dust and avoid dirt sticking to your freshly painted areas.

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Polycell - Polyfilla

Fill any holes or cracks in surfaces before painting for a long-lasting finish.
Find the perfect filler for your job at polycell.co.uk

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EXPERTKNOW-HOW

Matt Gray

“Set aside half a day to complete all your prep, so you can work quickly and efficiently when it comes to painting. You’ll save yourself time, effort and maybe even money when you get the job done right the first time.”

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