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After repeat and repeat again and again for each new client how to be prepared for a paint job
I decide make a instructables
In this way, simply and send the link for the new client with all detail of the job
(beta test ....ahahha...my guine pig in this new system will be Mrs. Aurelia)


Step 1: COLORS AND TEXTURES

The client need choose the color and the process (brush, roll, spray, etc.) for the job will be done
(commercial colors and regular paint find in Home Depot, Kelly-Morre or so, are easy to uplly and easy to find again in the future, custom colors and special paints will cost more for the client in effort and money in the future)

Step 2: PAINT AND SUPPLIES - PAINT KIT

The client need buy the paint (paint=$25) and the supplies for paint (Paint kit=$10 (for each color), tarp=$15/room, tapes=$15/room)

Step 3: PAINT AND SUPPLIES - TARP


Step 4: PAINT AND SUPPLIES - TAPE

Step 5: HOUSE PREPARATION

Remove everything you can from the place to painted (shoes, toys, small furniture, etc.)
Empty the trash can and be ready for more trash after paint

Step 6: Cleaning

Clean the room to be painted before (clean baseboards, window seals, doors, plates) and vacuum thoroughly)

Step 7: PREPARING THE ROOM - REMOVING

That is where we start our work as a painter

remove plates, curtains, blinds, stickers

Step 8: PREPARING THE ROOM - TAPING

tape the boundaries of the paint job

Step 9: PREPARING THE ROOM - TARPING

protect the floor with a tarp

Step 10: PAINTING

Dark to light - need a coat of primer

First edges and corners with brush

Than paint with roll

Step 11: REMONTING

mount everything back again

Step 12: REMOVE TARP AND CLEAN

remove protection, clean and remove the trash

return furniture

done

:)

Step 13:

In the next paint job I will ad more tots, but for this time, I think this is a fair guide.
In preparation. If you need to fill holes, use spackle, let it dry, sand it pretty smooth, clean up the debris, then use primer before painting. Do all this before you start painting.
The first step is always choosing paint colors. It can sometimes be difficult to find a color (or color scheme) that makes your client happy, but be sure to take your time with this step. The right color can mean the difference between a very happy or somewhat unsatisfied customer.<br> <br> <a href="http://jmpainting.com" rel="nofollow">Jason Franich - JM Painting</a>

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