Finding the right bathroom paint can seem like a really tough job. Not because the paint itself is difficult to locate, but the decisions surrounding it are hard to settle on.
For example, you probably are unsure as to whether or not you’ll be able to get the job done yourself, or if you need to hire a professional. If that’s not what you’re stuck on, it’s no doubt the fact that you really can’t stick with a color.
Even though you (hopefully) went to the store (either Lowe’s, Home Depot, or another one) and got a few samples that you could apply to wall to see what you like best, you’re still not sure. If you’re just relying on the color scheme swatches they have, you’re cruising to be disappointed. Paints always look different when applied to the surface than they do in a little book.
If you need other help, they have a lot of literature available at the store. They have tips and how to guides that you can look at, as well as a list of all the brands available. You’ll want to pay attention to this, as getting cheap paint that will cheap down the road is not smart at all.
So look into Sherwin Williams, Dunn Edwards, Glidden, Behr, Valspar, or Krylon for your needs. They have been doing this for a while and they do it right.
So you’re prepared for the job, now. You are ready to make your bathroom new and exciting again. You have your primer in hand and you’re going to start painting. However, what if you run into problems, such as imperfections in the wall? Will they look funny when covered?
If you are experiencing this, you might consider sand paint, as this textured material allows you to conveniently hide these kind of imperfections. If you’re not worried, keep moving. After the primer is put down and you have started to apply the paint, be careful to make even strokes.
After this, get an elastomeric compound to make sure your work lasts. You might be wondering why I’m not suggesting acrylic stuff. The reason for this is simple: Elastomeric is much more effective and will make your job last for a very long time.
It will keep the surface strong and powerful and your bathroom will continue to look great for years to come.