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Old 01-23-2015, 12:17 AM   #1
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When painting new construction jobs do you roll 2 coats then cut in after the trim and doors are shot on or do you roll one coat and then put the finish coat on after the trim and doors are on?
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If I can have the house to myself I like to do the finish coat after the doors and trim are done. Most of the time that doesn"t happen, so I end up putting 2 coats then masking for trim.
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1- I start with taping all windows and stuff need to be tape.
2- I remove all doors mark them so i know where they go.
3-I putty and caulk all trims if they are pre-primed.
4-Prime everything include the new pre-prime woods.
5-Finish ceiling
6-Spray finish trims and doors.
7-Tape all trims and paint walls
I try to leave the wall until the hardwood is done.
Materials:
BM Fresh start for primer.
BM ceiling Ultra flat (508)
BM Advance trims and doors
BM Select or Aura walls.
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I prefer to roll two coats consecutively, so either I tape all trims and doors before painting or finish paiting before trims and doors done.
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I prime all drywall with ppg 6-2, finish coat ceilings, and first coat walls prior to trim and doors. We come back after trim and doors are up and spray trim and brush and roll final on walls.

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1 Tape all windows
2 Remove all doors and mark them
3 putty all trim every where
4 prime all trim
5 finish all ceilings
6 sand caulk all trim
7 finish coats on all trim
8 prime finish all walls

this does not include extras of say a fireplace unit cabinets or stain and clear on stairs.

primer/celeing paint General Hi hide basline sealer
trim paint Monamel semi gloss
Walls HP ceramic washable flat/ Monocoat eggshell (depends on sheed they want)

primer 50 a pal Retail 135ish
trim 135 pail retail 250ish
walls 110 pail retail 245ish
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