Sunday, December 30, 2012

How to Use Straight Line Secret

Nitrile Gloves
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:
Disposable gloves
Masking tape blue 1-1/2
Newspaper or tarps
Paint brush or sponge brush 1-inch
Polyurethane quart size

Before the time were special painter's tape was created to eliminate paint seepage. Professional painters used polyurethane across regular beige masking tape to prevent paint mess.

This post shows the two steps to creating a perfect line.

Step 1: Fig.1 shows blue masking tape, a sponge brush 1-1/2 inch and clear polyurethane was used. Dipped the sponge into the quart size container and brushed on the right side on the blue masking tape (outlet side).
Fig.1 Polyurethane
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the secret is to use as little as possible on the side that is being painted will provide a sharp line. Let dry and then paint. The left side of the green wall a straight clean line
Fig.2 Straight Line Finished

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