Supplies and Tools:
Cloth duct tape
Mud pan (red)
Tarp painter's cloth
Tyler Zowat lives in Perris, California. He had a new patio installed late last summer and the carpenter accidentally cut a pipe that flooded the bathroom. A local plumber repaired the job but not the drywall. These post show how the job was handle and the walls painted. He purchased all his paint from The Home Depot.
This post shows the four steps on how to tape the room for repair.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows what the local plumber left for Mr. Zowat. Fig.2 shows some of the tools needed to repair this wall job.
Step 2: Fig.3 through fig.5 shows the areas that was taped with masking tape.
Step 4: Fig.9 shows the ceiling being tape with painter's tape to prevent the ceiling to be painted.
How To Paint Brown Living Room:
- Part 1 of 7 - Taping the Living Room
- Part 2 of 7 - Repair Wall
- Part 3 of 7 - Vacuum and Texture Clean Up
- Part 4 of 7 - Texture and Clean Up
- Part 5 of 7 - Cut Two Walls
- Part 6 of 7 - Roll Walls
- Part 7 of 7 - Living Room Finished
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