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Industrial Painting Solutions

When we talk about Industrial Painting, we are generally talking about protective coatings, rather than making things look pretty. Take the Food industry for example, the last thing anyone wants is flaking paint or rust leeching into the...

Using a Roller

Paint rollers are generally used to apply paint to large flat areas, such as Ceilings and Walls. Choose a short nap roller (11 - 15mm) for smooth plaster surfaces, a medium pile (15 - 18mm) for slightly rougher surfaces or a long nap (18 - ...

Key Characteristics That Makes For An Exceptional House Painter

If you are trying to find an outstanding house painter for your painting project, you actually need the best house painter around. Finding a perfect house painter for outdoor painting isn't as easier said than done. This post elaborates cer...

Know Why Spring Is the Best Season to Paint Your House Interior

It is time to give new colors to your home when you see that the old paint is wearing off. However never be in a hurry to get your home painted immediately. According to reputed paint experts, we should always keep in mind the current weath...

Questions You Must Ask Before Hiring A Painting Service Provider

Giving your time to view these points can be beneficial to save your precious time and money both by avoiding poor contracting services. Sometimes people hire the wrong company in a haste, which leads to loss of money. The truth is that the...

How Much Does It Cost To Paint Your Home’s Exterior in Melbourne?

How much would it cost to paint the exteriors of your property? We are sure you have used Google umpteen times to get a cost estimate if you are looking to take up an exterior painting project for your home. You’d be aware of the basic fa...

What is an Industrial Painter

If you look through the ads on the web and in the Yellow Pages, you will see that most painters state “Industrial, Domestic and Commercial”, however when you start talking to them about Epoxies, Membranes, Polymers, 2 part polyurethanes...

Using a Paint Brush

The Paint Brush is the most widely used tool for applying paint. The first step is to select the right brush for the job at hand. For example, if you want to paint a window frame or skirting board, a 50mm or smaller Sash Cutter will suit yo...

Paint Stripping

Every time you repaint a surface, a little more thickness is added to the existing layers. This build up of successive layers of paint can eventually lead to problems, including clogging of detailing and the moving parts of doors and window...

Preparing Surfaces for Painting

Modern paints have excellent adhesion and covering power, but to get the best from them you must prepare the surface properly. To prepare previously painted woodwork, in good condition, use a fine grit sandpaper to remove any nibs and key ...