Brown kitchen backsplash – Now, you’ve decided on the color, it is time to consider the job itself. If you plan to paint your kitchen a wasted brown or any other color for that matter, is the key to a professional-looking preparation. Remove all furniture from the room or pushing it out of the way and cover it with plastic wrap or drop cloth. Invest in a roll of brown kraft paper and spread it out on your counters, sealing it on the backsplash wall with blue masking tape. Remove artwork, curtains and nails from the walls. Fill nail holes and other obvious defects in the wall with drywall compound. Apply it with a spatula, scrape excess so that it is flush with the wall.
Using a screwdriver, remove outlet covers and light switch plates. Put them aside until the painting job is finished. Cover electrical outlets and switches with plastic you can cut up a plastic storage baggie and seal it with painter’s tape to hold water and grind out. Wash walls with trisodium phosphate, followed by clear water. Put masking tape along the top of your cabinets if you want to paint the wall space above the cabinets. Use masking tape on the bottom edges of the cabinets if you plan to paint the brown kitchen backsplash. Apply masking tape to other lists in space, such as window trim, crown molding and baseboards. Before use one drop cloth where you paint the room. It is not necessary to cover the entire floor at once.
Pour paint into the paint tray and dip your roles, rolling it along the hill several times to remove the excess paint. Begin painting walls, starting from the top and moving downwards. Using roller on large expanses of wall, rolling so close to the edge and trim as you can. Remove roles from its long handle and paint the brown kitchen backsplash if desired. Use a brush, paint everywhere roller could not reach: in corners and cabinets, trim, baseboards and shops. Let the first coat of paint to dry and add a second coat if needed. Reinstall outlet covers and switch plates, remove the masking tape, pick up drop cloths and move the furniture back to his seat.