How to Repair Damage Walls and Paint it

 How to repair and  paint it

The wall is a very important part of any building. They are designed not only to protect from the weather but from the outside world in general. Unfortunately, walls can suffer a lot of damage. Even a small hole or a crack can create problems for the whole building, allowing cold air and moisture to enter. In this situation, the best solution is to repair the cracks and holes before repainting the wall. Unfortunately, this can be a very complicated process that involves a lot of time and effort. If you don’t want to make a fool of yourself again, read how to repair damaged walls properly .

The first thing you will need to do is remove the old paint. If the oil-based paint your home once used is still in good accordance with modern standards, this doesn’t mean that it should be repainted immediately. The existing layer of oil-based paint must be removed by using special techniques and products for this purpose. These ingredients will soften the old paint and make the process of its removal much easier.

If you do not know how to remove oil-based paint, we recommend that you contact a specialist before taking any action. A simple mistake can cause irreversible consequences such as damaging your walls or causing them to collapse completely. You should also ensure that no chemicals will be spilled on the floor. This can result in significant damage to your furniture, flooring and other property.

If the old oil-based paint was removed successfully, you should choose a good quality compound for mixing with the new paint. These ingredients will create adhesiveness on the wall so that it’s smooth to touch. You should also pay attention while choosing the compound because some of these products damage the wall and decrease its strength.

After you have combined the components, stir them carefully to create a homogeneous mixture. You will now need a roller or a brush to apply this material on your walls. If it seems too thin, add more compound; if it’s too thick, add more paint.

Once the compound has dried, it’s time to repaint your walls. Just pick up any color you like and start painting. It would be best if the new paint were of oil-based rather than water-based variety because these ingredients are much more resistant. Besides this, it will provide better protection against moisture and will not require new repair works for at least 15 years.

If you want this to be a professional job, ensure that the colors you have chosen match those of the whole house. You should also pay attention to their tone and intensity because it can create an unpleasant feeling in your visitors’ minds even if they cannot explain why.

For more information, contact Ethereal Painters  at  604-788-3382 or fill out our estimate form on our website.