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Repaint your walls and parquet for a new decoration: your rolls!

Repainted room: change decoration with paint

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: masking

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: masking

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: walls

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: parquet

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: masking

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: parquet

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: parquet

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: walls

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: parquet

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: wall

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: wall

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: wall

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: parquet

Painting a complete piece of parquet on the walls: wall

Fill the asperities and holes in the wall with a specific coating.

Sand the wall gently after drying the plaster.

Pass a cloth to dust off.

Preserve baseboards and door frames with masking tape.

Mix the paint with a wooden stick.
Clear the corners with a round brush.

Paint the wall with a roller.
Cross the passes vertically then horizontally.
Finish with a vertical movement.

Remove the masking tape.

To paint on the floor: sand the floor.

Vacuum and dust off.

Protect the ground by putting masking tape.

Mix the paint with a baguette.
Clear the angles.

Paint the woodwork with a suitable roller.

Mix the paint with a baguette.
Pour some of the paint into a bucket and dilute with water (about 20%).
Paint the corners along the skirting boards.

In the direction of the parquet slats, spread a first layer of diluted paint.


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