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Draw bricks in your house

Brick adds a real character to the house, but it needs maintenance and work, especially if you decide to paint bricks to change things with an interior or exterior decor.

It can be a great task if the brick area is extensive, but it is worth the effort to achieve the possible results. In addition, newly painted bricks add to the exterior and may increase the value of your home in the eyes of buyers.

Before thinking about starting to paint the interior brick, make sure you have the right tools for you. Drawing bricks can be complicated. Go to a specialized hardware store or go to Atlanta Painting Company experts for professional advice on tools and materials for your needs if you have never painted bricks. At the same time, the following tools are a general guide to what you will need.

Tools and materials

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  • Paint roller for rough or textured finishes
  • Rubber gloves
  • Goggles
  • Paint Bar
  • Internal Tools
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  • Paint roller for rough or textured finishes
  • Rubber gloves
  • Goggles
  • Small brush
  • Brush steel wire
  • Heavy duty cleaner
  • Heat resistant interior latex paint.
  • TSP without foam (Trisodium Phosphate)
  • Oil-based primer or latex (oil-based primer that obscures stains prevents future soot stains)
  • Outdoor Tools
  • Power washer
  • Plugging
  • Latex primer
  • Ladder
  • Spray Paint (Optional)

Interior brick

If you have a fireplace, the following steps will help you achieve a beautiful finish. If you ever feel out of reach, Atlanta Painting Company is just a phone call.

Cleaning is the first step in coating any surface if you want to finish smoothly. Chimney brick can accumulate many flavors of dirt over the years. Use a steel wire brush to completely clean the surface so that it is ready to apply the paint. Put goggles on the rubber gloves, and apply TSP on the brick. Rub the bricks into sections so as not to miss the remaining dirt and soot. Once finished, you should let the bricks dry for at least 24 hours. Take this time to make sure that everything you don’t want to draw is covered with a sticker or tape.

Check the surface to make sure it is completely dry before you start applying the primer to the brick. You should use smaller brushes on the brick sections that the drum does not reach. A second layer may be needed to ensure that the surface is fully filled and ready for painting. Once the primer is dry, you will be ready for the final task: paint.

You can choose bright, semi-satin or smooth paint, but it is worth considering the decoration of the environment. Owners often choose semigloss or gloss because they are easier to clean. There is also an additional reflection effect if it is set on fire during cold weather. An airtight roller is designed for rough surfaces, making it the perfect choice for first coating paint. You can then use your small brushes to fill borders and hard-to-reach areas. Make sure to paint on each crack and apply additional coats until you get full coverage.

Exterior brick

The only time you should use a pressure washer in the exterior paint is when you intend to repaint. The pressure washer will remove the dirt from its outer surface so that it is ready for painting. Let the walls dry completely and prepare to close the cracks to prevent leaks. You can fill these cracks in a mortar with acrylic dam.

The next step is to prepare the brick surface for adhesion paint. When printing a wall, you should wait for it to dry completely before applying the first layer of paint. You may want to paint window frames, frames and other exterior elements of the window, but you do not want to paint window glass. If there are features that you do not want to paint, make sure that they are covered and that the lid is fastened.

Use a spray paint with a uniform movement to move forward and backward so that it effectively covers large areas. For smaller areas, you can use rollers or brushes to make sure there are no non-covered spaces. Always be careful at the ladder. Don’t stretch too much and make sure you have three points of contact with the ladder at all times.

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