Friday, March 25, 2011
Tips of Interior Painting in Riverwoods
Painting in tight quarters can prove to be difficult and aggravating in it, but when it comes to painting behind a toilet thing can get messy. There are a couple of problems with this technique in that the brush cannot get all the way behind the toilet. This leaves for an area that has not been painted and when standing in front of the toilet you can see this area, which does not look good. Another issue with this technique is that when using a brush it leaves brush marks in the paint when it dries, revealing an area that does not blend well. However, there are still a couple of options left for painting behind a bathroom toilet which can be explored.
One of these options would be to remove the toilet from the bathroom. However, when doing this you must know how to get the toilet back in and working properly or consult with a plumber to do it for you. Underneath the toilet is a wax ring that will need to be replaced when putting the toilet back or it will leak.
Just remember if you do not feel comfortable working with your toilet to just consult with a professional plumber and always work safely thereby minimizing potential accidents.
Most of the time when painting the wall behind a toilet there is a small amount of space back there where a small roller can fit. These rollers can be purchased at any of the large home supply stores and are very inexpensive. You also have the option of getting a handle that can easily reach down behind the toilet. So for your next interior painting project that involves an interior painting in Riverwoods bathroom walls this is the best suggestion as a solution to getting around the toilet.
Posted on 03/25 at 05:48 AM