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Interior Painting Step 2: Painting the Ceiling

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Interior Painting Step 2: Painting the Ceiling

John Burbidge, author of the book Watching Paint Dry, shows how to paint a ceiling, from cutting in with a brush (edging) to rolling, and get great results. Visit to view a complete series of videos on interior and exterior house painting!
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HOW TO paint ceilings FAST and like a professional PAINTER

5 professional painting tips to help you paint your ceilings like a professional painter and very fast. DIY painting tips. Come watch The Idaho Painter show you how to paint a ceiling.

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Premier 4-8’ extension pole:
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E-volution 18 roller cover:
Premier18' roller frame:
Richard 4 roller:
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Best 5 n 1 painter’s tool:
9x12 canvas drop cloth:
3M M3000 Hand Masker:
9 masking paper:
Frog Tape 1”:
Graco Handheld sprayer:


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Due to factors beyond the control of The Idaho Painter (or Chris Berry), I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. The Idaho Painter assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. The Idaho Painter recommends safe practices when working on any structure and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of The Idaho Painter, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from use or improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not The Idaho Painter.
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How to Paint A Ceiling

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Learn all the basic steps for painting a ceiling in this video whether it is new construction or simply sprucing up an old room.

The first step to any painting project is preparation. having a good sanding and priming job is the beat way to guarantee you will be happy with the finished ceiling.

In order to apply primer you must remember to apply pressure in order to push the paint into the drywall and then lightly back roll to remove extra paint from the surface.

After you have primed I always suggest you sand with a 220 grit sandpaper to ensure any defects have been removed.

The secret to a great ceiling painting job is to paint the first and second coats in opposite directions. This will enable you to have perfect paint coverage and to finish rolling in the same direction as the sun coming into the room.

Always do a light sanding in between every coat of paint. On a ceiling I suggest using a flat paint with no acrylic additive. This gives you great coverage and reduces the chance of seeing the paint lines after you are done. It also helps you do touch up work without seeing the new work.

When painting a ceiling always remember to use a long painting pole and keep your hands below your heart . this will help fight against fatigue and make the job much easier.

The secret to a perfect ceiling paint finish is to cut and roll while keeping the leading edge of the paint wet so that everything can melt together.

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Interior Painting Step 1: Prepping a Room

John Burbidge, author of the book Watching Paint Dry, shows how to prep a room for painting and get great results, including filling nail holes, sanding, caulking, priming, and taping. Visit to view a complete series of videos on interior and exterior house painting!
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How to Paint a Room - Basic Painting Tips

Here are tips for painting a room, including how to get started, techniques, using rollers, finishing and how to clean up. Find project details and materials, here:

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CUTTING CEILINGS. DIY How To Paint A Straight Ceiling Line.

A quick look at how a long time professional painter does ceiling and crown molding cut-ins. The Idaho Painter tutorial, gives explanations, tips, and shows you close up on video how to make your ceiling cutins look laser sharp. DIY painting tips for the home improvement painter and home and garden expert. Handyman painting tools. How to paint a house.

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3M M3000 Hand Masker:
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I created The Idaho Painter as an alternative to big box DIY video shows that have actors who only act like they can paint but really can barely act. My mission is to teach everyone across the globe how to paint from the non-experienced to the long time professional. No experience is necessary. My channel is for the home improvement person, DIY painter, handyman professional, home and garden enthusiast, and even the professional painter.

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Due to factors beyond the control of The Idaho Painter (or Chris Berry), I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. The Idaho Painter assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. The Idaho Painter recommends safe practices when working on any structure and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of The Idaho Painter, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from use or improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not The Idaho Painter.

How To Paint A Ceiling - How to paint a ceiling using a roller.

How to paint a ceiling using a roller, there is technique to rolling ceilings and this video will show you how to paint a ceiling using a roller.
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How To Paint Ceilings With Dulux Paint

We are going to how you how quickly it is to paint a ceiling and how it can make any room in your home look fabulous. With Dulux ceiling paint for interior services you can transform the look of your ceiling in no time.

How to Paint Perfect Edges along Trim and Wall/Ceiling Corners

When paining a room, don't bother trying to use a paint brush by hand to make those perfect corner lines (that never turn out perfect). Instead try some of the wonderful product out there specially made to help you make that perfect corner line. This video will show you one such product, the ceiling and trim paint edger.
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How to Paint a Ceiling

Believe it or not, painting a ceiling can be simple. In this video, learn the right way to paint a ceiling. More how to paint information may be found at

How to Paint a Room | Painting Tips | The Home Depot

You've picked the perfect color for your home, and now it's time for you to learn how to paint a room. This video has painting tips for beginners and advanced painters. For more tips be sure to check out our Painting 101 playlist:

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This video will help you with the step-by-step process of preparing and painting your walls. Follow the guide below to find and rewatch individual steps as needed.
(0:01) How to prep walls
(1:15) Mask the room with painter's tape
(2:50) Spread drop cloths and remove furniture
(3:38) 'Cut in' the room
(4:49) Prime the walls
(6:32) Sand and clean
(6:55) Paint the walls
(9:14) Remove tape

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Hi, this is Dave with Brust Interiors. We're up here in the ceiling now and we're going to paint this ceiling flat white. We're going to take a close look at it. Also be sure to wear some paint gear. You're going to have paint splatters coming down on you.

Now, let's take our scraper or our sand paper and get all these imperfections off, all these nuggets. Now, some of them you can't see from down below, but I like to get a really, really nice job up close. That way I know when I'm on the floor it looks fantastic. You'll see contractors also with a sanding pole and this can be done in a large area faster, but I'm taking a close look with this.

All right. I'm going to start with the paint. We have a Notura [SP] 0VOC flat paint for the ceiling. Always use a flat paint that way you get no reflection from the sun coming in the window. You want your ceilings to disappear unless you're doing some very custom color on the ceiling. Usually go with white.

Got one of my bigger brushes. This is not an exact, exact brush work. It's simply getting a thick coat into the corners. You see? Just prior to rolling we're going over a dark color here. It's probably going to take two coats and watch your paint when you're up high on the ladder. We'll just smooth everything out. All right. I'm ready to roll.

I have a double tray for durability and I like to use a half inch nap, a thick nap and I've got that here. I'm going to get that ready. Carefully pour my paint and clean off the can. So, this flat paint generally won't leave any streak marks as long as you put it on smooth, so you can go this way or this way. Again, I'm not being shy about getting a lot of paint down there to start with. Incidentally, you're going to get a workout. Your shoulders and your neck, so be prepared for that.

Now, I'm going to have a few minutes before it dries, so I can work it in. Again, I'm not being shy about the quantity I get up there. Now, I'm going to fine tune it. All right. You might call this back rolling. We're going white onto a dark color. It is definitely going to take two coats.

It isn't so much a W technique or anything like that. It's simply getting the paint onto my surface first. All right and then once it's up there then really smooth it out. You know? If you do this all day long, you are going to have huge shoulder muscles. You won't need P90X. All you need is to roll some ceilings.

These beams are really cool details in older buildings. The beam that's part of the ceiling blends right in, so it's also going to get your flat white paint. Now, you don't get these in your modern cookie cutter square box apartments. Okay, great. So, ceilings are no big problem. They take a lot of brute force, take a lot of strength. Always remember to use flat paint so you don't have a reflection from the sunlight and I like to use the half inch nap, the thicker roller covers to get more paint up there.

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Interior Painting Step 3: Painting the Walls

John Burbidge, author of the book Watching Paint Dry, demonstrates how to cut-in and roll walls to get great results. Visit to view a complete series of videos on interior and exterior house painting!
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Interior Painting Ideas : How to Paint Walls Without Painting the Ceiling

To paint the walls without painting the ceiling, consider using painter's tape where the ceiling and wall meeting, which creates a perfectly clean and straight edge. Finish a clean painting job on the walls with helpful tips from a professional artist in this free video on painting techniques.

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Series Description: When painting the interior of a house it's important to use the right kind of paints. Be sure to recycle the oil-based paint thinner and more with helpful tips from a professional artist in this free video series on painting techniques.

Painting A Textured Ceiling | Pro Results

This how to on painting a textured ceiling is as easy as it gets! I will show you how to paint a textured ceiling with a roller, so any do it yourselfer can manage it with just a few simple tools! Painting a ceiling can be intimidating to some, but it really isn't that difficult. When painting a ceiling it's important to remember to consider the direction the light is coming from, whether your ceiling is textured or not.
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Interior Painting Step 4: Painting the Trim

John Burbidge, author of the book Watching Paint Dry, shows how to paint interior trim with a brush and get great results. Visit to view a complete series of videos on interior and exterior house painting!

How to Paint Ceilings & Walls

Learn how to paint a wall and how to paint a ceiling with our all-in-one instructional video.

But, before learning how to paint a room, ensure that you have prepared the surfaces properly to get the best result possible - find out how to prepare here:

Our step-by-step instructions are:
0:46 Start with the ceiling before working your way down the wall
0:54 Use a brush when painting the cornice, and the area where the ceiling meets the cornice, painting out ~50mm from the cornice
1:26 Apply paint to the roller evenly from the tray and start painting without too much overlap or dripping
2:07 Before painting the walls choose a new roller sleeve that meets your needs - for standard interior plasterboard walls, choose a 12 to 14mm nap roller sleeve
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2:22 Use a trim brush to paint the area where the wall meets the cornice, starting 10mm off the edge and working into the corner
3:07 Apply paint to the roller and spread the paint across the wall without too much overlap, in a zigzag pattern, and without lifting the roller from the wall
3:45 Wait a minimum of 2 hours before applying a second coat following the same steps

Here are the items you will need before learning how to paint a wall with a roller:
- Drop sheets
- Low-tack masking tape
- Roller with an extension handle
- Paint tray
- Paint brush
- Paint pot
- Paint stirrer
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DIY Rolling High Ceilings & Walls. Interior Painting Tips Rolling Walls.

Interior painting tips using an 18 roller and painting high walls and ceilings. Using long extension poles to paint high ceilings and walls. Tips using the long poles and what it looks like to paint with out getting up and down a ladder. Handyman and home improvement painting tips.

Think you cannot paint? You can!

I created The Idaho Painter an alternative to to big box DIY video shows that have actors who only act like they can paint but really can barely act. My mission is to shatter the barriers of entry into painting and convince people that it can be a lot of fun painting and painting fun little projects on your own without an expensive professional painter. No experience is necessary.

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Disclaimer:
Due to factors beyond the control of The Idaho Painter (Chris Berry), I cannot guarantee there will not be improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. The Idaho Painter assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. The Idaho Painter recommends safe practices when working on any structure and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of The Idaho Painter, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from use or improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not The Idaho Painter.

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