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April 30, 11:37 AM [GMT -5]

I think that plastic wrap as in press and seal or any other is great to wrap the rollers and brushesin between painting. Like stopping to eat or over night.. I found it works great.
Rollers can be stored longer than brushes, it just seam that the brushes dry outfaster and cann't be cleaned up good. Rollers I just toss after the job is done.
Ihave had rollers wrapped for a week or so a they still work fine.

February 09, 9:28 AM [GMT -5]

Yes, I agree with your post. It's clearly logical to start painting at the ceiling down do the walls during interior painting. Also, priming should be done first before applying the first coat.
Thumbs up!

April 26, 3:43 AM [GMT -5]

Looks like I need to work on my technique a little. Embarrassed

Thanks for the tips!

 

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