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    • EXTREME MAKEOVER Hwa Chong Institution Brief on Painting
    • BEFORE PAINTING
      • REMOVE as much furniture as possible.
      • COVER other surfaces.
      • PROTECT light switches, electrical sockets, window frames and woodwork with masking tape.
      • REMOVE flaking or peeling paint with a scraper. Then, sand and dust off the surface.
      • PATCH UP cracks or uneven surfaces with appropriate filler. When filler is dry, sand and dust off the area.
      • Make sure the surface is CLEAN , grease-free and dry.
      Brief on Painting
    • TOOLS AND THEIR USES
      • Sandpaper : for smoothing out uneven surfaces.
      • Scraper : to remove peeling paint from the surface.
      • Turpentine : to wipe off oil-based paints easily.
      • Clean rags : to wipe up splattered paint.
      • Masking tape : to block off objects from being painted.
      • Covers : old newspapers or canvasses used to cover the floor and furniture.
      • Brushes and rollers : choose the right type according to your purpose and surface.
      Brief on Painting
    • TOOLS AND THEIR USES
      • Paint tray : to mix paints and contain your roller.
      • Sticks : to mix and stir paints with.
      • Filler : to fill cracks or holes in the walls.
      • Sponge and squeegee mop: to wash down walls and ceilings respectively.
      • Containers : to soak brushes, rollers, etc. and to hold other odds and ends.
      • Extension poles : to reach higher areas.
      • Protective gear : face masks, caps, gloves, etc.
      Brief on Painting
    • PEELING
      • Caused by moisture on the wall, poor surface preparation or using the incorrect painting system. This defect happens on walls, ceilings as well as wood or metal surfaces.
      • THE SOLUTION
      • Check and repair water seepage
      • Ensure walls are dry before painting
      • Use ‘sealer’ as a basecoat
      • Patch surface defects with plaster
      Brief on Painting
    • SCRAPING
      • Loose paint must be removed
      • You can do it by using scrapers
      • Protect your eyes when scraping overhead
      • Remove as much loose paint as possible
      • Wash and rinse
      Brief on Painting
    • SPACKLING (PRE-PAINT)
      • First CLEAN the crack or hole by scraping away loose paint chips or plaster or wood...
      • SAND lightly if necessary
      • For "Light Spackling" you can paint over the repair right away
      • For "Thicker Applications" you need to wait for the material to dry internally (usually 1/2 hour)
      Brief on Painting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtln-Jk379o&feature=related
    • SPACKLING
      • On the "first swipe" you fill the crack, leaving some excess above the surface...
      • On the "second (or third if necessary) swipe" you angle your blade more vertically and remove all the excess, leaving only the crack filled with Spackle!"
      Brief on Painting
    • HOW TO PAINT?
      • Start with the CEILING before painting the WALLS .
      • Move on to the areas around DOORS , WINDOWS , CORNICES and finally SKIRTING .
      • Paint the difficult areas like CORNERS and EDGES first.
      • Paint should be applied in overlapping, CONTINUOUS strokes.
      • Always paint MORE THAN one coat of paint, allowing for appropriate drying time between coats.
      • Each coat of paint should NOT be too thick!
      Brief on Painting
    • ROLLING - CEILING
      • Attach the long extension stick to the roller handle
      • Load up the skin with enough paint, but NOT to the dripping point
      • Always roll from side to side, while stepping backwards along the floor
      • Keep the open end of the roller away from you, and keep a LITTLE on the heel end as you roll from side to side
      Brief on Painting
      • Cover an area about 4ft by 3ft before getting more paint
      • Roll over the last wet area just slightly
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDV5KsMvMdY
    • Assuming the ceiling color is DIFFERENT from the wall color... refer to the Diagram Below and follow the Numbered Steps in the list below the Diagram! Brief on Painting
    • ROLLING - WALLS
      • Attach the long extension stick to the roller handle
      • Assuming you're right-handed, start at the RIGHT side of the wall and work towards the left
      • Load the skin with enough paint from the tray but not to dripping point
      • Roll UP to the top brushed area and DOWN to just above but not touching the base area using the same "pressure"
      • Don't "work" the roller trying to make the paint spread
      • Roll down to the bottom and up to the top about two times, then get more Paint onto your roller, leaving the very bottom for brushing
      • Go over the last painted wet area just slightly as you move to the left (for right handed users) each time
      Brief on Painting
    • ROLLING - WALLS Brief on Painting
    • THINGS TO NOTE
      • Read instructions
      • Labels contain important information and advice that you should read before starting any paint job
      • Stirring
      • All ready-mixed paints must be stirred thoroughly before use. Stir until the colour of the paint is homogenous.
      • Loading the brush
      • Do not overload the brush or it will drip. Dipping only the last one-third of the bristles is enough. Excess paint can be wiped off on a piece of string tied across the can.
      Brief on Painting
    • THINGS TO NOTE
      • Cleaning
      • Always clean off any splattered or spilled paint immediately
      • Wash all equipment immediately after use
        • For emulsion paint, use water
        • For oil-based paint, use turpentine as specified
      • Paint Responsibly
      • Do not dispose of unwanted paint down the drains
      • Allow paint to dry out in the container before dropping it into the bin
      • Do not leave paint chemicals in black polythene bags in the sun as they could combust
      Brief on Painting
    • SAFETY GUIDELINES
      • In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with water. Seek HELP if pain persists.
      • On contact with skin, wipe immediately with a cloth and wash with water and soap. DO NOT use paint thinner to remove paint from skin.
      • Close lids of paint cans tightly after use.
      • Store leftover paint in a cool, dry ventilated place.
      • Use a garbage bag for items that you wish to dispose of.
      • Make sure there is adequate VENTILATION when painting.
      Brief on Painting
    • YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Presentation to Hwa Chong Instituition Brief on Painting