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My basement studio was covered with yellow-y brown knotty pine paneling. I finally gave in, bought a paint sprayer and these are the steps I followed to flip ...
This is one shot of the dark, miserable cluttered studio.
Gather: paint sprayer TSP cleaner for the walls good water based primer for the wood paneling paint additive to extend workability extension cord mask to wear blue tape ...
Move everything to the center of the room and cover it with plastic. Remove all switch and plug plates, put tape over them. Clean all walls with water ...
Cover every inch of carpet. Put the mask on to avoid inhaling airborne paint. Following directions on sprayer, begin spraying walls with a back and forth motion with ...
If necessary, before you're finished, open sealed door and go get some air.
When the primer is dry, seal all openings and fill sprayer with latex paint mixed with a paint extender. Start at the top of one wall and, working ...
With a fresh studio, add back only the furniture that is functional and looks good in your new digs.
Organize supplies for the class on shelves and in baskets.
Set up nice, neat stations for the class.
Frame some colorful fabric selections in embroidery hoops to add color.
Cover an upturned ping pong table with fabric for a cutting table and a large piece of fabric wall art. Built-in shelves come in handy for extra sewing ...
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