Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 5, 2006
Leonard Jackson, president of Chicago-based LJR Painting, Inc., says two factors contribute to a quality paint job: products and tools.
"For instance, some paints are simply better than others," says Jackson. "When you go to apply paint to your wall, and it looks like colored water was just applied to the wall, you know then you have a long day a head of you."
In addition to quality paints, tools are always key to a better looking finish. Using a bad brush will cause problems, according to Jackson, especially when painters begin to stroke the paint across the substrate, and the bristles pull out leaving behind awful streaks.
Jackson says using a good brush will make the job easier. When brushing paint on a wall against the ceiling try using a 2 and half inch sash brush. He says painters will have fun making straighter lines as the paint glides across the wall.
"Even a home owner can paint like a pro, if they know just a few of the pro's tricks," says Jackson.
For more information about LJR Painting, Inc., contact President Leonard Jackson at 866-664-8777.
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