|Fig.1 Small paint roller cover|
Supplies and Tools:
Exterior paint with UV additives
Paint roller frame 9 inch
Paint roller tray (disposable)
Paint roller cover 9 inch
Recently my wife noticed some blank spaces near our front door. The idea was just to coat the areas missing paint. What happened instead was that the new paint was much brighter than the old paint which was had been sprayed. A paint roller was used to cover the blank areas.
This post shows the five steps showing how ultraviolet light (UV) light was changed from just two year when the wall was spray painted.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the roller cover used to paint this wall.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the application of new paint on the stucco wall.
|Fig.2 Painting wall|
|Fig.3 More missed spots repainted|
|Fig.4 Paint spots|
|Fig.5 More paint spots|
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