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When it comes to interior painting, the best quality includes the following:
No Low Spots
Paint coverage should be consistent throughout, with no low spots on either the walls or the ceilings.
There shouldn’t be any overspray from an interior painting job. Overspray is caused by bad aim and/or poor painting techniques.
No Drips Or Runs
Paint should be evenly applied with no drips or running, which often occur when paint is applied improperly to vertical, smooth surfaces (such as metal).
No Cracked, Flaking, Or Wrinkled Paint
Paint starts to crack or wrinkle when it’s not adhering well to the surface, and it can actually flake off.
No Bubbles Or Blistering
There shouldn’t be any bubbles or blisters on the surface of the wall or ceiling. Bubbles or blisters typically form when water vapor is trapped below the paint layer.
Clean, Crisp Cut Lines
When walls and/or ceilings that are next to each other are painted in different colors, there should be clean, crisp “cut” lines between the two colors, with no bleeding.
Consistent Stippling Or Texture
Brushes and rollers leave behind a texture or pattern, and this stippling should be consistent across the wall or ceiling.
Caulking And Minor Wall Repairs / Patches
With a good interior paint job, you should get clean caulking between the wall and the baseboard, around window sills, etc. Also, walls should be repaired or patched before painting, so that the flaws don’t show after painting
Top Quality Paint
When it comes to interior painting, the quality of the paint can make all the difference. The quality of the paint impacts not only how it applies and sticks to the surface, but also how well it holds up over the years.
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