|Fig.1 Painter's cap|
Supplies and Tools:
Ladder 6 feet
Paint can opener (free at The Home Depot)
Paint roller and paint frame
Paint tray with disposable plastic insert
Primer paint (Kilz white)
Rags (pick up paint drips)
Vacuum Cleaner with Drywall bag
Mr. Johnson had called a plumber to repair a leaking copper pipe. The damaged pipe had been leaking for a long time and the entire ceiling was soggy. The local plumber punctured the ceiling just enough to repair the copper tee pipe was replaced and soldered. Mr. Johnson called my repair service to repair and paint his dining room ceiling. The catch was the job had to be done in one day because the family was leaving to New Mexico the next day.
This post shows the seven steps to prime and paint the dining room ceiling.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows a painter's hat.
Step 2: Fig.2 and fig.3 shows more tarps protecting the furniture from paint drops.
|Fig.2 Cover everything|
|Fig.3 Cover lamps|
Note: Kilz primer was chosen because it dries in 30 minutes.
|Fig.4 Kilz 2 primer|
|Fig.5 Opening the |
|Fig.6 paint tray |
with wall edger
|Fig.7 shows the ceiling |
is flat and ready for texture
Step 5: Fig.8 and fig.9 shows the ceiling being painted with semi-gloss paint. The paint was provided by the customer.
|Fig.8 rolling the ceiling|
|Fig.9 Semi-Gloss paint|
|Fig.10 Ceiling painted|
|Fig.11 Vacuum cleaner|
How To Repair a Dining Room Ceiling Leak:
- Part 1 of 2 - Ceiling Repair
- Part 2 of 2 - Priming and Painting
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