There are some more things that affect the success of wall painting (brick) and yet the most influential one is the quality of the wall itself (regardless of the quality of paint used) more. Problems that often arise from the quality of bad walls are usually dappled like wet (if the water content in the wall is too high), a bubble paint layer, etc. Whereas if the used wall paint with low quality then the problem that often happens is liming, color fade, etc.

All you have to do to start the process is to prepare the surface to be painted. Make sure the surface of the wall is clean and dry to prevent peeling. Do the painting during the day. Start from near the window. to the inner room. When painting the entire room, work from the ceiling that is forwarded to the wall near the window sills, doors, and then to the bottom. Do the waste disposal when doing the painting because we must be responsible for the environment by avoiding throwing waste / residual paint into the sewer. Lastly is to let the rest of the paint dry in the container before it is thrown into the trash.

Following these simple instructions will make painting easier, saving time, money and effort. Because the correct surface preparation will give a better finish and longer-lasting surfaces. You should not attempt to paint a layer thickly. You can paint three layers in accordance with the recommended mixing of water more than a thick layer and try to provide enough paint to paint the area to be painted by calculating the area to be painted. You should also not paint on a wide field at once. You need to limit the shaft field between one and two square meters once painted. You can just continue to the next field and look at the easy instructions on paint packaging before work.