Are you ready to give your home an updated look? Don't forget these 10 important details when painting the interior of your home.
By Chris HillMore in Painting
Of course, you'll need to know the total area you're going to paint (add up all the square footage of your walls, including alcoves and dormers, plus a little extra), but you'll also need to account for multiple coats, primer and the porosity of the walls. It's best to have some paint left over for repair work later on, so get more than you need.
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