Do you want to improve the look of your home? Painting is a great way to do this, and it’s actually easier than you might think. These are the ten secrets that will help make your next project go as smoothly as possible. With these simple steps, anyone can become a DIY painter and brighten up their space in an instant even if all you want to do is sell food on Swiggy.

1. Pick a room you want to paint and mark out the boundaries of where your walls will be. Otherwise, it’s easy for mistakes to happen or unintended areas get painted over if they’re not drawn first.

2. Review all the supplies needed through the paint online shop before starting work (paint, roller brushes, ladder). This ensures that there are no delays in getting started because some items were left behind somewhere else or forgotten at home.

3. Always start from top-down with thin coats rather than going back and forth on one area repeatedly. Thinning paints is easier when using water-based products as opposed to oil-based ones which can cause streaks in the finish coat

4. Cover furniture nearby either painting them separately beforehand or covering them up with sheets/tarps.

5. Use a ladder to paint overhead areas near ceilings and cornices that are hard to reach. A painter’s pole can also be used for these spots or if you’re painting the top of walls where there is no furniture underneath them.

6. Be sure to cut in before rolling across a surface with your roller brush instead of going back over it repeatedly which will create drips, leave extra material on the floor, make clean up more difficult and result in an uneven finish coat.

7.To reduce brush strokes on paint rollers and brushes, do not load them up with too much liquid at once or you will be left cleaning excess off your roller as you go which can leave streaks in the finish coat. You should only need about one gallon per five linear feet of wall space for thinner paints like latex but sometimes less might work better depending on what type is being used.

8. Paint large surfaces first before moving onto smaller ones like windowsills and baseboards so they don’t get overpainted by accident later when these larger areas have already dried enough to prevent smears from happening if touched while wet

9. When using vinyl blinds as window coverings for newly painted rooms, always wait until dry (usually 24 hours) before putting them back up again because they collect dust quickly from surfaces nearby when hanging down unprotected

10. If mistakes happen during the painting process, wait for an area to dry fully then touch up the paint afterward without creating new smears on top of fresh paint by doing. It’s also possible at some point these areas might need sanding down again which would be easier when complete rather than still wet

In conclusion, painting is a great way to turn old and tired-looking spaces into something new, fresh, and beautiful. It’s also fairly easy if you follow these ten home painting tips for beginners! Remember that the key to any good project is preparation – buy all your supplies before starting work so there are no delays in getting started because some items were left behind somewhere else or forgotten at home like charging a ring doorbell.