- PaintStick EZ-Twist
- Gallon of Paint
- Drop cloth
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Today I wanted to share with you how to set up your HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist for some good old wall painting! The PaintStick EZ-Twist is great for walls and ceilings. It allows you to paint at a speedy pace with no roller tray, no drips, and no mess!
I'm participating in the $100 Room Challenge. The rules are simple...you transform one room, in one month with $100! I decided to makeover our hallway upstairs in our home. We have done some projects within the past 4 years to it but it has never felt complete.
Hallways are a hard place to decorate and I wanted to give this area some character. So, I decided that I wanted to install some board and batten. I've looked at so many tutorials online and I think I'm going to create mine with MDF boards.
I had to do a couple small tasks before I got my PaintStick EZ-Twist out to paint the walls. I removed the gallery wall of pictures and art and removed any nails that were in the wall. I also got out a drop cloth for safety measures. I typically use shower curtains from the dollar store! So much cheaper than drop cloths.
Before I got the MDF board purchased and cut I thought it would be a good idea to paint the area the color of my woodwork. I will eventually paint it after the boards are in place but figured this would help cut down on some painting time. I was able to do a quick base coat of my paint for easier painting later.
It looks quite unfinished at the moment but once I have the boards attached to the wall it will look amazing! On a side note, I didn't worry too much about cutting in right now near light switches and thermostats. That is a detail I can do later when painting over the MDF boards as well.
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