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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!

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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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.

Ceiling painting playlist:

LINKS TO TOOLS IN MY VIDEOS ARE BELOW. Or visit my tool store at

Purdy 4-8’ extension pole:
Wooster 5 gallon bucket:
Purdy 18 roller frame:
Wooster 18' roller cover:
Wooster 4 roller:
Purdy White Dove roller covers:
5 n 1 painter’s tool:
9x12 canvas drop cloth:
3M M3000 Hand Masker:
9 masking paper:
Frog Tape 1”:
Graco Handheld sprayer:


Disclaimer:
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

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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.

Of course having great paint gear helps a lot. If you want to get my gear that I use than follow the link to our Amazon page. Cheers!

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How to paint ceilings in 10 minutes

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Painting a ceiling - step by step

The painter shows how to paint a plastered ceiling for perfect results. Tools: plastic covering, masking tape, sanding sponge, roller set. long angled brush, filling knife, extension handle. More videos are available at
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Interior Painting Step 5: Touch Up and Clean Up

John Burbidge, author of the book Watching Paint Dry, shows how to touch up and clean up a room at the end of a job, including tips on painting straight lines. Visit to view a complete series of videos on interior and exterior house painting!

How to Paint a Ceiling | House Painting

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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.

How to Paint a Ceiling | Benjamin Moore

Painting your ceiling can seem like a tough task. Learn the best way to paint a ceiling with our simple steps. Keep in mind that the ceiling should be done prior to painting the walls. You will need a two and a half inch angle sash brush, painters tape, a nine-inch roller sleeve, an extension pole, a pan, a ladder, and Benjamin Moore Waterborne Ceiling Paint.

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What Should You Paint First? DIY Painting Ceiling, Walls, Or Trim?

A video discussion on the painting process and what you should paint first on you interior painting project. What to paint first to make the job go faster and more efficient. Do it yourseft painting topic and what a home improvement painter should paint first. Wall, ceilings, or trim. House hold painting and repair tips. Check out my cut in playlist:

LINKS TO TOOLS IN MY VIDEOS ARE BELOW. Or visit my tool store at

XIM Latex Extender:
Furniture Sliders:
White Lightening Clear Caulking:
Frog Tape 1”:
PiViT Ladder Box:
Kraft Cardboard Shield Holder:
3M M3000 Hand Masker:
Xtend Climb Ladder 15.5’ :
Wagner Paint Eater:
Shur-Line Brush Holder:
Titan 440 Impact Sprayer:
Spring Tools Hinge Pin Remover:
Turbo Nozzle Fence & Deck Cleaner:
Graco 2 Finger Airless Gun:
Purdy Brush Kit:
Foampro Door Hangers:

I love teaching people how to paint!

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.

Disclaimer:
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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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!

Textured Ceiling Painting Tips

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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!

Interior Wall Painting- Do you Roll First or Cut In First? Pro Painter Tips

Today I show you my pro painter tips for interior wall painting! Do you roll first or cut in first? I reveal some of my pro painter secrets on! Thanks so much for Watching and Subscribing!!! -Paul

Here's all of the videos from the Pro Painter Secrets Revealed Video Series:
Part 1- How to keep a Paint Brush Clean Trick- Pro Painter Secrets Revealed!

Part 2- What Primer do I use to Paint Over Texture?

Part 3- How to Never Have to Clean Your Paint Roller Again


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Below in my Drywall and Painting Shop are all of the tools and products I used in this video:

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if you're new to the channel welcome! My name is Paul and I've been a drywall and painting contractor for over 20 years. I'll be sharing tips, tricks and how to videos for all of your drywall, texturing and painting needs.

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Skim coating over a textured ceiling series:
Part 1- How to mix skim coat mud- Skim coat tools- Skim coat over
popcorn ceiling:

Part 2- Don't scrape your painted popcorn ceiling. SKIM COAT IT!!!


Part 3- Skim coating trick! No Sanding after applying a skim coat to a ceiling:

Part 4- How to Skim Coat a Ceiling- Skim coating over a textured ceiling series:

Part 5- How to skim coat over an Ugly ceiling- skim coating series:

Part 6- Skim coating a ceiling tips- New skip trowel texture revealed!

Part 7- How to Skip Trowel Texture a Ceiling Tips and Tricks

Here's the entire Skim Coating over a textured ceiling Playlist Series:

Checkout my Never seen before super double dog secret diy skim coating tips and tricks YouTube Playlist:
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Here's the Part 1 of the Water Damage Repair Video Series where I show you how to access and dig into the water damage drywall ceiling and a water blistered wall


Here's the Part 2 Video: How to cut out and install drywall on a water damaged drywall ceiling


Part 3 Drywall taping and mudding a water damage ceiling repair and wall repair

Part 4 Mudding and skim coating a drywall ceiling repair tips and tricks

Part 5 How to repair texture on a water damaged drywall ceiling step by step

Part 6 How to easily fix damaged drywall by skim coating

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Part 1 of the skim coating video series:
Skim coating walls for beginners tutorial


Part 2 Never seen before skim coating tips and tricks to skim walls yourself

Part 3 Fix walls with a skim coat


Part 4 How to easily skim coat walls by hand

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Easiest way to repair knockdown texture on a wall patch ever!

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I was mad and punched the wall! How to repair hole in wall tutorial
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How to apply a skim coat series:
Part 1
Here's the link to the video where I showed How to apply a skim coat to your walls for a smooth finish- Skim coating drywall.
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Part 2- How to Skim Coat Walls Demonstration

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Part 3
What to do after skim coat dries? No sanding!

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Part 4
How to touch up a skim coat before sanding skim coated walls
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Part 5
How to sand a skim coat fast and easy!

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Here's a couple of the Skim Coating Demonstration Videos:
*How to skim coat a wall in less then 10 minutes | Diy Drywall Tips and Tricks-

*(Part 1)How to skim coat using paint roller trick- Getting rid of Knockdown Texture-

*(Part 2) How to skim coat trick with a paint roller and joint compound-

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How to Paint Interiors: Paint a Ceiling [9/12]

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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.

How to Paint a Room Like a Pro

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Ask This Old House painter Mauro Henrique teaches a homeowner the basics of painting a room.

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Cost: $300

Skill Level: Beginner

Tools List:
Paint brushes in a variety of sizes
Paint roller
Putty knife
Caulking gun
Utility knife

Shopping List:
Paint
Drop cloths
Painter’s tape
Microfiber roll for paint roller
Liquid mask
Paint additive
Paintable caulking

Steps:
1. Before starting work, remove or protect any furniture in the room with drop cloths. Protect where the floor meets the wall with painter’s tape.
2. When painting, always start at the top of the room and work your way down. Always pour paint into a separate container.
3. Paint the ceiling with a matte paint and the roller.
4. Paint the trim, including window trim, chair rails, and door casings with a semi-gloss paint and a 1 ½” synthetic paint brush. Start from the top and work down.
5. For painting around windows, apply a liquid mask to the glass with a paint brush instead of using painter’s tape. The liquid acts like a spot primer if it gets on the sash, and it will protect the glass while painting.
6. Once the mask turns clear, add a second coat and wait for that to turn clear as well.
7. Paint the window frame, starting from the inside closest to the glass, and work your way out. To keep paint from getting into the cracks between the window and the jamb, slide a putty knife in the crack and drag it down as you paint. Add a paint additive if necessary to thin out the paint being applied around the windows.
8. Once the window frame is painted, paint the casing, then the window sill. For the side of the casing, keep the brush parallel to the wall and drag the brush all the way down the side of the casing.
9. Apply a second coat to the window trim, chair rails, and door casings.
10. Paint the walls using eggshell paint in most rooms. Low traffic rooms, like a bedroom, can use a matte finish.
11. Cut the edges around the walls with a 2 ½” synthetic brush. Carefully drag the brush in a motion away from the ceiling and trim to prevent it from spilling over.
12. Paint the rest of the walls with a microfiber roller.
13. Before applying the final coat, using paintable caulking to fill in any gaps between trim, baseboards, etc.
14. Apply a second coat to the walls.
15. Clean up the drop cloths and painter’s tape. To remove the liquid mask, cut around the glass with a utility knife and peel it back slowly.

Resources:
All the painting supplies Mauro used on this project, including the brushes, rollers, drop clothes, and paint additive, can all be found at home centers and paint supply stores.

Mauro painted the room using Behr Marquee paint ( The top of the wall used the color Stargazer ( and the trim and the bottom of the wall used the color Bit of Sugar ( The trim had a semi-gloss finish and the walls had an eggshell finish.

Mauro demonstrated Masking Liquid H20, a water based clear coating that can mask window panes when painting a window.  It is manufactured by Associated Paint Inc (

Expert assistance for this project was provided by Mauro’s Painting (

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SPRAYING INTERIOR CEILINGS painting ceilings with a sprayer. Ceiling painting instructions.

How to paint a ceiling Titan airless paint sprayer. Ceiling painting hacks. Painting ceilings with Graco paint sprayers. Lots of helpful tips and instructions painting with an airless sprayer and large spray tips. DIY home improvement house painting tips for the professional painter and Handyman by The Idaho Painter.

More masking and prepping tips right here:

LINKS TO TOOLS IN MY VIDEOS ARE BELOW.

3M 7502 Respirator:
Spray sock:
Disposable spray suit:
30” Spray Gun Extension:
6” Spray Gun Extension:
Graco 2 Finger Airless Gun:
Graco RAC X 517 tip:
Graco RAC X Fine Finish Tip:
Titan 440 Impact Sprayer:
Kraft Cardboard Shield Holder:
3M M3000 Hand Masker:
Spring Tools Hinge Pin Remover:
Foampro Door Hangers:

Painting houses is my passion!

I created this painting channel on how to paint a house just for you. I want to teach everyone how to paint the inside and outside of their home. It’s what I love to do. No need to pay a professional painter, come visit The Idaho Painter and I will teach you how to paint and save money. Learn how to paint furniture, do drywall repairs, paint a bedroom, refinish patio furniture, operate a paint sprayer, and much more. If I don’t have video to teach you, let me know and I will make it.

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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