Painting over wood paneling – Provisioning is key, don’t take shortcuts or you will regret in the long run. Begin to make sure the surface is in good condition. Clean the entire wall and check the holes in the nail wall. Fill the wood filler, let it dry and sand so that it is smooth. I always reserve it so that you sand the wall slowly, and then remove it (not recommended by the main producer) only I am careful, and want perfect work.
It is time to repair the wall, do not go beyond this step; it is an important step for successful results. My painting expert always reserves oil-based primers, I know he is harder to work with, but he is more durable. This also ensures that no fat or stains can be seen through the paint is finished. Brush the thinner kot with a roller, keep the berus so that it can get into the abyss and wherever the roller is not allowed. This may not be the most beautiful part, don’t worry, it will get better from here, make sure you don’t run and everything is closed.
The time for paint! You have chosen the color for the booth. It works well with other colors at home, it’s time to get rid of the dark panels forever. Make sure your basic book is completely dry. I always use brush and do cracks and the first gap in the area closest to where I work. Don’t go too far, then use paint using a good quality roller for slippery surfaces. I recommend applying two layers of thin paint for the best finish.