How to apply spray paint on interior walls
Spray paint on internal walls is a good way to quickly cover what results in a smooth, even surface if applied properly . However, special techniques and equipment needed to apply the paint on the walls if you want a professional looking finish.
Get a team to spray paint. The rental stores rent construction equipment professional units, but have to follow the explicit instructions to clean the equipment with care. Otherwise, they may charge you a hefty fee for damage if the paint sprayer clogging nozzles.
Dilute the paint with the right solution. Read the label on the paint to determine the solvent that you can use. Some latex paints are mixed with water, but the alkyd paints and oil-based diluents require specially formulated.
Paste the tape in the room you are going to spray paint. This includes the motherboard, ceiling, closets and doorways. Remove all outlets and switch covers. Use lightweight plastic covers to protect windows and cabinets securely adhering tape on the edges.
Fill the paint sprayer as directed and wear a mask. Paint droplets are airborne during application. Without a mask you can inhale the particles of paint.
Adjust the flow of paint spray in a fine mist, spray gently moving back and forth to apply a thin layer. Covering the inner wall uniformly. You may need 3 or 4 light coats to sufficiently cover the wall.
Paint the next layer as soon as the previous coat is dry. No applique while too much paint. The paint is still a liquid and will run off if you apply too much. Thin layers are required to achieve a professional looking finish.