Always with the finishing team. I got a good eye for details, always looking for perfection. I rather prefer inside works, cutting in, sharp edges it’s my style, but I’m not running from any job. I can’t say I’ve been working with many companies, but I’ve been contracted since in this country by the same company over and over again. Before the pandemic started I was actually running a job as a foreman for the same company and for the same reason I would like to take it on my own and I decided to start working in privately, I believe will be much safer at the moment avoiding big construction sites and taking on my own with small private jobs.
I’ll start with a nice clean, check out the walls(for other cracks, or peeling paint), filler, rubbing down the excess of the filler and the entire wall and after i’ll put the first coat of paint.. if the repairs are just a few ( you might just touch up on the new filler and then apply a full coat). after first coat applied i’ll do again a little rubbing down for entire wall(gentile) and going straight with the final.
The fact that you will wallpaper one of the walls, ill put straight away a full coat on all 4 walls(let to dry), ill carry on with filling all the imperfections and rubbing down the excess of filler, till we believe we have a smooth surface. dust off!!!and one more full coat. after the second coat applied, ill take care of the wallpaper. once the wallpaper is fitted i'll just obviously protect it and then applying the final coat on the other 3 walls
Yes, easy! before the house to be painted, they supposed to get a nice rubbing down so the fresh paint sticks better. two coats of paint and that's it, job done!
Dulux, in my opinion it's the best choice, but there are so many other brands on the market. with a good skill, any paint can be good