We’re giving you our latest Top 10 Product list from Exeter Paint and all you need to know. When tackling those interior projects, it can be confusing where to start and what paints to look for – the expert staff at Exeter Paint can help take your doubts and turn them into confident decisions. Our number two product sold is the California Paints ProPaint (508xx).
Here’s what you need to know about ProPaints ~
“ProPaint Flat is a smooth flowing washable matte finish formulated for most wall surfaces in homes, apartments, commercial and public buildings. This versatile product provides high hiding and excellent application characteristics on new or previously painted surface.”
Recommended use on: Plaster, sheetrock, wallboard, concrete, masonry block, wood, primed metal, primed galvanized metal, acoustical surfaces
For more specific questions, pop into any of our three Exeter Paint store locations in Seabrook, Exeter and Epping!
Featuring our last #PaintTipTuesday of the month of March, we’ll leave our readers with a touch of purple — the color of royalty, luxury, wealth, and sophistication. Purple can also relate to romanance and as well as femininity.
Meaning: “Purple in its darkest values (eggplant, for example) is rich, dramatic, and sophisticated. It is associated with luxury as well as creativity, and as an accent or secondary color, it gives a scheme depth. Lighter versions of purple, such as lavender and lilac, bring the same restful quality to bedrooms as blue does, but without the risk of feeling chilly.” –Freshome.com
Where to use it: As there are so many variations of purple (as there is of every color!), each shade can depict a different tone and mood. So choosing where what shade to paint where can be totally dependent on personality. A pop of the color purple can go well in any room. Those looking for a more bold statement should stick with deeper purples while those looking for a light and whimsicle feel can seek out a lighter shade of the color.
We’ve chosen some of our favorites, but click each photo to check out our entire album dedicated to purple on Pinterest.
At Exeter Paint we like to make things easy. That means helping you choose the right color, the right paint, and all the right materials for your at home project. But we also want you to feel like you can bring our expert opinions home which is why we’ve started #PaintTipWednesday. We hope to make projects seem less daunting and help you get the professional look you want.
Lap marks are those ugly stripes caused by uneven layers of paint buildup. They occur when you roll over paint that’s already partly dry. (In warm, dry conditions, latex paint can begin to stiffen in less than a minute!) The key to avoiding lap marks is to maintain a “wet edge,” so each stroke of your roller overlaps the previous stroke before the paint can begin to dry.To maintain a wet edge, start near a corner and run the roller up and down the full height of the wall, moving over slightly with each stroke. Move backward where necessary to even out thick spots or runs. Don’t let the roller become nearly dry; reload it often so that it’s always at least half loaded. Keep the open side of the roller frame facing the area that’s already painted. That puts less pressure on the open side of the roller, so you’re less likely to leave paint ridges. – Familyhandyman.com