- EZ-Twist Paint Roller
- QuickPainter Pad Paint Edge Painter
- Drop Cloths
We have been working hard over the last year to repaint our whole home. While we have all of the "public" spaces done, we have two rooms and several closets that haven't been repainted yet. So we finally decided to tackle repainting our guest bedroom and we kept the process easy and mess-free with the HomeRight PaintStick EZ-Twist Paint Roller and the QuickPainter Pad Edge Painter! Come follow along and see more details and the final reveal on my Simply Designing blog HERE.
You will want to begin by removing all your furniture and art from the room. You can also move it into the middle of the room if you have a large enough space. Cover any remaining items in your room with a drop cloth.
Place drop cloths on the floor where you will be painting as well.
Patch any holes in your walls that need patching.
Stir your paint and place your PaintStick Fill Tube in the paint. Put your PaintStick EZ-Twist together if it is not already together, and then place it on the fill tube and pull the handle out to fill the handle with paint. What I love about this PaintStick is the splatter shield! It really helps to keep the mess down by catching any splattering!
Twist the handle and roll the PaintStick EZ-Twist on the wall until the paint starts to come out! I typically do two coats of paint on my walls.
Having the paint right in the tube saves a lot of time and eliminates the mess of a roller tray and the possible drips between the roller tray and the wall. It is amazing how much time it saves.
Snag your QuickPainter and use the yellow pull handle on the back to suck paint into the QuickPainter handle.
Place the pad on the QuickPainter and lightly squeeze the trigger until the paint starts to come out.
Use the QuickPainter to edge along your baseboards, ceiling, windows and door frames. If you did two coats of paint on the walls, you will want to do two coats of paint along your edges.
Clean your PaintStick and QuickPainter by sucking up water into the handles and then pushing it out just like you did while painting until the water runs clear. Come and read more about this project and see the final reveal on my Simply Designing blog HERE.
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