27 Feb Paint Tip
Dipping your brush in paint…
When you submerge a paintbrush entirely in paint, the paint can dry in the bristles and be harder to clean later; similarly, a large dunk for a roller can mat down the roller. Instead, only dip your paintbrush about a third of the way into the can. Two bonuses – You’ll be saving paint and avoiding any unwanted drips of paint.
Courtesy of Bob Villa at www.bobvilla.com
Mike Katounas is the owner of Home Works Painting, a painting business in Northern Virginia. He has over 15 years of experience in residential interior and exterior painting, drywall installation/repair, carpentry, wallpaper removal, power washing, commercial painting, color consultation, and staining/sealing. Their service areas include Chantilly, Fairfax, Herndon, Oakton, Reston. Mike takes pride in his work, and he always follows a strict code of conduct that includes the use of quality paint, a clean workspace, and an honest, respectful approach to his customers.