Nov 11 , 2019

Tidy Tips From a Picky Painter

Professional painter rolling paint on to a wall | Construction Pro Tips

You can always tell a good paint job because the new wall paint is only on the wall—not on the doors, windows, ceiling, carpet or trim. Painting, by its very nature, is a messy operation, and keeping the paint where it belongs requires solid taping techniques and well-planned surface protection. Maintaining your tools for the next job is just as important. We asked picky painting pro Steve Schmid how he goes about keeping it all neat and clean.

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