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Painting Sequence

  • It is recommended in most cases to paint the body of the house first and then the trim, windows and doors. For the trim, use a smaller brush, such as an angled sash brush, which helps you paint with greater precision.

  • Always paint from the top down to minimize touch ups for these inevitable drops.

  • Take a leaf form the professional book and plan the ladder moves before begging to paint. They paint everything within easy reach at one time including trim, siding and gutters even if using different colors and types of paint. This is especially effective if using scaffolds or trying to maneuver around shrubs and have to level the ground to set a twenty-foot extension ladder so you can access a roof deck.

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