How to paint fake wood paneling – Wood paneling was very popular in the 1960s and 70s, but you may want to have an update for a new and fresh look. Economically, it may not be reasonable to buy new walls or wall structures.
Instructions of how to paint fake wood paneling
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Clean every wall with a sponge or cloth and a mild detergent and warm water. If you paint the walls in the kitchen, it is recommended to use a liquid. This will remove the fat left on the walls of the cooking. Let the wall dry completely. Apply painter’s tape where you want to protect devices or areas you want to be free from paint spray or splatter. Put down the cloth in your work area to protect the floor from paint drips, drips or spills.
Next how to paint fake wood paneling: Apply primer on each wall, with the help of brushes for corners and edges and rollers on the flat part of the walls. The primer should cover the indented lines in the wood paneling. Let it dry. Paint another coat if needed. Use new brushes and rollers to paint the wall with the wall color. You do not want to use the same brushes or rollers you used primer. Paint a second coat on the wall to ensure a smooth and thick coating. Let dry before removing the masking tape from the walls.