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Old 06-08-2011, 05:02 PM   #1
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Question: you have a apt let's say 2 bedroom two bath and approximately 900sft need to paint the entire place how would you start it and end it, tell mr how u would do the job.

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hand work order to ops manager who then distributes to crew. Oh wait, I'm not a painter.
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the first thing i would paint would be the front door then i would touch it to see if its still wet
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Question: you have a apt let's say 2 bedroom two bath and approximately 900sft need to paint the entire place how would you start it and end it, tell mr how u would do the job.

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I'd start with buying the supplies and end with cashing a check.
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apt pnt'g 4 birds. Arrive, apply, paid, & run.

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Question: you have a apt let's say 2 bedroom two bath and approximately 900sft need to paint the entire place how would you start it and end it, tell mr how u would do the job.

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Are you asking for instructions on how to paint?

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Considering what they get for painting aparments around here.

1) Mix 5 gallons of paint with 5 gallons of water.
2) tape up doorknobs, tub, fixtures, cabinets, windows, tape/paper aound the edges of the carpet.
3)Spray everything
4) cleanup and go.
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Buy 4 BM paint bombs and deploy one per room. Takes 15 minutes...tops.
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I start by walls to ceiling then touch up.
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ceil 1st, always



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Not the way I do it I spray everything including two tone painting like ceiling white and walls tan
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ceil 1st, always
Tell me me how you spray or do you use roller to
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Are you asking for instructions on how to paint?

No instructions just ask for different ways people start of the painting from ceiling to walls or walls to ceiling trim ect...
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#1:It's an apartment
#2:It's painting
#3:It's not rocket science
#4:This is a stupid question
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Considering what they get for painting aparments around here.

1) Mix 5 gallons of paint with 5 gallons of water.
2) tape up doorknobs, tub, fixtures, cabinets, windows, tape/paper aound the edges of the carpet.
3)Spray everything
4) cleanup and go.
Why mix 5 paint & 5 water and for what type of job?
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Buy 4 BM paint bombs and deploy one per room. Takes 15 minutes...tops.
What is a paint bomb?
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#1:It's an apartment
#2:It's painting
#3:It's not rocket science
#4:This is a stupid question
Just asking for opinions & no question is stupid
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Find better customers - no money in appt. Repaints - weeeeeee!
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Just asking for opinions & no question is stupid
dont worry about them.............look, theres a guy here who goes by the name ''NEPS'' ...........email him with your questions, hes helpfull like that
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