CONVENTIONAL PAINTING TOOLS

CONVENTIONAL PAINTING TOOLS

Specific tools will be needed

  • brushes: radiators flat narrow and wide curved,
  • dyeing polyethylene film,
  • narrow and wide strip of paper,
  • narrow and wide filler,
  • triangular scraper, scraper with roller seat
  • plastic bucket,
  • roller vessel or grill,
  • large and wide, small and narrow roller (s),
  • large and small, plain and cross screwdriver,
  • paint mixer,
  • handle and grid or sandpaper or sanding sponge for sanding,
  • silicone gun,
  • mixer drill,
  • nail gun,
  • air compressor for nail gun,
  • painting ladder.

WHO NEEDS THESE TOOLS?

Small brush – for hard-to-reach areas, areas near windows, door frames and more. to paint.

Large brush – for painting corners and larger surfaces.

Radiator Curved Brush – For painting areas behind radiators or radiators.

Polyethylene painting film – designed to cover floors, furniture, to protect them from paint contamination, the film is not expensive and saves a lot of time in handling.

Narrow and wide paper tape – glued to skirting boards and window and door frames, electrical sockets, switches, lamps and any element that can be accidentally applied with paint; it is also used to paint walls (ceilings) of different colors to distinguish one color from another.

Narrow and wide trowel for smoothing wall defects and cracks; a narrow metal putty can be used to remove weakly adhering layers of paint from the wall and to remove paint that dries during handling.

Triangular scraper with roller space – used to remove weakly adhering layers of paint from the wall and to remove paint residue from floors, windowsills and other places, including a narrow spatula.

A plastic bucket can be from previous paint – it will be necessary when preparing putty or gypsum to seal defects and cracks in the walls or when preparing a mixture of water and cleaning agents to wash the walls.

The dish is designed to evenly coat the roller with paint and is very convenient and practical to use, better than the grate on the bucket, because not every bucket can fit the grille and roller.

Roller – quickly, easily and evenly over large areas of the wall.

Screwdrivers – These may be needed when unscrewing (screwing) electrical outlets (switches).

Paint Mixer – All paints must be thoroughly mixed with a flat wooden mixer before use, this can be done accurately and without staining.

Silicone Pistol – For interior repainting, all very unaesthetic cracks on skirting boards or door frames can be filled with acrylic paint.

Abrasive sandpaper, sandpaper, grab handle or sanding sponge – when painting, very often it is necessary to cover defects or cracks in the walls and to apply (dry) the surface with sandpaper, paper or sand sponge.

Silicone gun – Painting can be used to repair non-aesthetic cracks in skirting boards or door frames using acrylic mass. It is sold in tubes that are dispensed specifically with a silicone gun.

Putty mixer – Before using the bulk putty compound, the putty should be thoroughly mixed with water to smooth out defects and smooth the walls, the easiest and most accurate way to do this is with an electric putty mixer.

Painting ladders – aluminum (lightweight but more expensive) or metal (heavier, though less expensive) are a considerable expense but will essentially serve every household for many years of work.

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