Here’s our newest Spring/Summer Snoopy scene!!!
York Public Schools has a project right now to do as many window paintings as they can paint on York business windows before Homecoming to celebrate the York Dukes. Of course, J & R Heating was on board.
Snoopy’s back just in time for the U.S. Open!
It’s true, not everyone can be Michelangelo and paint the Sistine Chapel. But, if you’ve got the color, a free weekend and your own two hands, there’s no reason you can’t transform your own home into a DIY masterpiece.
These FAQ’s can put you on the path to painting perfection:
What type of paint is best?
There are two basic types: oil based and water-based paint. When painting a room, modern water-based paint dries faster, has less odor and has plenty of gloss and wipeability. You’ll find it hard to go wrong with a matte or eggshell finish.
How much paint do I need?
The general rule is to use one gallon for every 350 square feet or surface area. Sherwin-Williams.com allows you to type your wall dimensions into their paint calculator. Always buy an extra quart for touch-ups later on.
What about a primer?
There is no need for primer unless walls are badly stained, marked up with spackle from patching or you’re painting a light color over a dark one.
What’s the step-by-step?