Have you ever wanted to learn how to paint your room in the most efficient manner possible? Or maybe your in-laws are coming to town for an extended stay and you want to quickly refresh the guest room! Whatever the reason, it can be such a gift to learn how to paint a room fast, especially for homeowners.
How to Paint a Room Fast?
And don’t worry. Just because you’re painting a room fast doesn’t mean you have to give up the quality and smoothness of the work. There are ways to produce quality paint jobs while at the same time doing it efficiently. Let’s dig into all the details on how to paint a room fast!
Get your prep work done in the days before
One of the surefire ways on how to paint a room fast is to get all your prep work done in the days prior to painting. If there’s some patchwork or sanding that needs to be done, get that out of the way a couple of days ahead. Be sure to wipe down and wash your walls in good time as well. Get any furniture moved out of the way or to the center of the room. If you want to use painter’s tape (you don’t have to and we’ll go over that later), be sure to get that up. Also, be sure to put your drop cloths down to ensure no extra messes are made as well!
Cut in with a steady hand
If you can learn how to “cut in” properly, it can truly save you a ton of time in the end. In case you aren’t aware, “cutting in” refers to painting in both sides of a corner, a lot of the time where there’s trim located, and painting into that very narrow space. Learning how to paint a room fast, is a crucial step.
If you want to avoid having to use painter’s tape and cut in properly, you’re going to want to use a tapered paint brush. The angled bristles really help for those close corners. Also, be sure to tape off any excess paint from your brush. When you go in a second time, really be sure to avoid putting too much pressure on the brush and the bristles. This will ensure that you get those clean lines in the corners. This might take a little bit of practice, but if you want to get there, you will.
How to paint a room fast?: the ideal painting technique
You’re likely not going to become a professional painter overnight, but there are ways in which you can learn how to paint a room fast. For instance, a good portion of the speediness involved comes from your technique. One thing to think about is which hand you favor more and start from there. For instance, if you’re right-handed, paint from left to right as it will just feel more natural.
Also, once you have your roller ready, roll from the baseboard up to the ceiling. Then roll straight back down in the same way in which you previously painted. This will help to ensure even coats with less mess and splotching along the way. Continue this technique as you make your way across each wall.
Lastly, this might be something you’ve been wondering about when it comes to how to paint a room fast. For professional painters, they usually do tend to follow a certain order. For most, they tend to paint the trim first, then the ceiling and they paint the walls last. It just works out to be faster in that order. Plus, you don’t need super precision to paint room trims. Also, you don’t need to worry that much if the paint from the trim or doors gets on your walls because that’s your last step! You’ll cover up any messes or little splashes of paint that ended up on the walls when you get to the last step.
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