Painting vertical stripes can be a trying home painting project. Especially if you don't have a clue what to do. But the instructions below advise you how to paint them the correct way.
Painting Vertical Stripes
Cover and protect the surfaces not to be painted. Frog tape is best for masking and painting stripes. You can also use standard blue painters' tape.
Using a big roller, apply a basecoat and let it dry for at least a day. Don't forget that the paint color you use as the base color will be one of the stripe colors.
Put an indication of where to place the stripes. Next, pin a plumb line to each mark when the weight at the end has stopped swinging, pencil gently along this line each foot down until you get to the baseboard. Repeat for every mark.
Tape off the stripes. Put the tape down along the pencil marks on the outside edge of every line painted. When done taping, you will have the appearance of two distinct widths of stripes. Your work is done correctly.
Tips on Vertical Stripe Painting
Now you can enjoy the incredible results of your work. Vertical stripes make a room appear spacious, a low ceiling look taller, and any space loftier. The good thing about vertical striped walls is that they never go out of style.
When you paint vertical stripes, a reasonable amount of time is used on marking, taping, and measuring. The actual paint job goes swiftly. However, your results are contingent on meticulous preparation. Therefore, don't skip any steps.
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