|Fig.1 Shed wall reflects |
light into living room
Supplies and Tools:
Gloves nitrile disposable
Paint stirring stick
Paint brush 1 inch, 2 inch
Paint (supplied by customer)
Paint roller cover
Mrs. Appleton noticed my work building a retaining wall. She stopped by and asked if I could paint her shed.
This post shows the six steps to painting an exterior shed wall.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the shed wall was facing her living room and was reflecting the sun light into her living room.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the tools needed for this job.
|Fig.2 All |
|Fig.4 Paint edges|
|Fig.5 Paint shed wall |
|Fig.6 Touch ups|
|Fig.8 Paint cans|
|Fig.9 Shed |
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