3 Different Methods For How To Cut In A Ceiling
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The quality of your cutting-in can easily make or break an otherwise top-notch painting job.Also referred to as trimming-in, the term relates to the process of painting a thin str*p next to trim, molding, transitions between walls and ceilings, and any other area that is too tight for a paint roller to reach.
The goal is to create a smooth transition, especially if the colors are different, so that the rest of the paint job is easy and the finished product looks professional.Even though the task can feel overwhelming, especially to a beginner, it's actually pretty easy to learn how to cut in a ceiling with just a little know-how and the right tools.
When you're done with our guide, you'll have the knowledge needed to cut in like a pro.What You'll Need The tools and materials that you need to cut in a ceiling depend on the method you choose to use.
Though it's not the easiest method, the method that produces the best results is to use an angled brush, so that's what we'll focus on first.Here's what you'll need: 2-Inch Angled Sash BrushSmall ContainerPaint Don't skimp on the quality of your paint brush - according to The Painted Surface, a high-quality paint brush...