Do you want to paint the edges of the ceiling, but simply do not know where to start as well as how to paint ceiling edges? I am going to say that staying with me here could be such a good idea since you will be able to figure out what you are going to do before, during, and after the project. This post will show you how to paint ceiling just like what you need the most at this very moment. So, are you ready to begin the project? Well, get yourself the ceiling paint quality 2-21/2 inches angle brush beforehand!
You need to mask off the ceiling from the wall or even the trim as well with painter’s blue tape so you will be able to minimize bleeding under the tape, which is quite important when you are seeking the best result in the end. Make sure the tape is in a very straight line so you will need more time. Do not forget to secure the tape within the wall. Then, use a small container to hold a quart of ceiling paint. A smaller container is handy so it is easier for you to manage such a thing during the project when you are on the ladder. Use the paintbrush by loading it up with a moderate amount of paint. Since this is a first coat, it is better for you not to not slop a large amount of paint. So, what are you going to do next?
Apply the second coat when the blue painter’s tape still in place, but you have to make sure that there is sufficient coverage on the ceiling in order to bring the best result. Leave the paint to dry for almost 24 hours before pulling the tape and you are done.