Ceilings are one of the more difficult and tedious painting jobs around the home. So, you want to choose a ceiling paint that covers well and doesn’t need any more than two coats to cover. Over the years we have … Read more
Not just any filler will do when it comes to ceiling and walls. If you are going to start decorating we suggest you use a filler that’s fine, stays in place and is sandable so you cannot see it through … Read more
Plastering over wallpaper with multi-finish is not a viable option. It will cause disaster after a few days or weeks because the plaster will crack and fall away. You will have to scrape the wallpaper off for the plaster to … Read more
Yes, you must undercoat skirting boards. You cannot gloss over gloss because it will just peel away after a few days. It’s one of the biggest DIY mistakes when you paint over gloss! Even if the skirting boards are new … Read more
In this question, we are going to explain why you should be painting the ceiling, walls and then the woodwork. This process of painting a room will give you a better finish and less work. If you are glossing first … Read more
Over the years advise for painting on a newly plastered walls seem to change from year to year. The best way to paint on new plaster is to seal the wall before you paint it. If you just slap a … Read more
Decent gloss paint will provide many years of internal wood treatment. The glossing paint range in the UK is mixed, there are some good brands but the majority of gloss paint sold in the UK are useless and not worth … Read more
Osmo Top Oil is rated one of the best for woodblock and hardwood kitchen surfaces, this review reveals application tips and ratings!