Removing wallpaper before painting is a tough job, but it doesn't have to be terrible. Learn how to make it go quicker and easier and how to make sure you end up with walls that are smooth and clean.Read more
Ask any painting pro and they'll tell you that a great paint job follows great prep work, and that applies to wood paneling, as well. According to professional painter, Eric Regan of Mission Painting & Home Improvements, three factors underlie the preparation for any flawless paint job: a clean surface, a dry surface and a dull surface.
If you plan to apply oil-based paint, plan to stay somewhere else for a few days until the fumes disperse. According to Regan, you should plan to be out of the house for two days after the top coat is applied.Read more