Friday, March 1, 2013

Garage Epoxy - Part 2 of 10 - Paint Garage Walls To Eliminate Pets Odor

Fig.1 Wall void of cabinets
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:
Paint brush 2-inch
Paint frame extender 6-feet
Paint frame 9-inch
Paint tray plastic
Paint roller cover
Paint tarps
Phillips tip
Semi-gloss white paint 5-gallons
Tarp 12-feet by 12-feet

Rue Phon hired my repair service because his garage smelled of pet urine. In this post my partner Carl will be helping me solve and work out the details of the job. He owned a beautiful home overlooking Azusa Hills, California. In the process of removing the rat and dog odor, it was determine that the walls and ceiling needed to be sealed with white semi-gloss paint.  

This post shows the five steps to stop urine odor in a three-car garage.

Step 1: Fig.1 shows that the walls had to be painted behind the garage cabinets. 
Step 2: Fig.2 show the same paint roller and paint roller cover used to paint behind the garage cabinets.
Fig.2 Paint roller 
and cover
Step 3: The ceiling was painted first and then the back wall was painted. Fig.3 shows that the back wall by the door was painted. The door was going to be replaced so it was not painted.
Fig.3 Ceiling and Back
wall painted

Step 4: Fig.4 shows the side wall was painted.
Fig.4 Back wall painted

Step 5: Fig.5 shows the ceiling and the walls were painted, this job is done.
Fig.5 Job Finished

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