logo
Wrong email address or username
Wrong email address or username
Incorrect verification code
back to top
Search tags: Australia
Load new posts () and activity
Like Reblog Comment
text 2017-07-27 04:19
4 Easy Steps in Painting Recommended by Commercial Painters Sydney

While some opt to hire commercial painters sydney because they are much skilled in interior and exterior paintings, as well as they, are aware of the trick which ensures their client a perfect finish that will last. Obviously, they get the best work, however, if you have lots of spare time and you are managing yourself to complete the job done, here we provide you with few steps. These steps are quite simple even you are not an expert painter you can finish the job as best as you can without spending much time and money.

 

Start with the basic preparation

 

Usually, the most basic are the things that most of us forget. So, try to imprints in your mind that when it comes to the painting of residential room or even in the big establishments – the commercial painters Sydney gives importance of cleaning the walls and the ceilings which can’t be understated. This professional always recommends a thorough cleaning because it can actually make a big difference between satisfactory and best one! So first thing first, sponges down the walls as well as the ceilings with water. You may use the detergent to remove the dust and dirt that has built up for too long. Clean up the residue at the same time collate all the sheets and begin the first painting.

 

Paint the Trim before the walls

 

In most scenarios, a painting company in Sydney suggest that when starting to paint the trim should be first before getting onto the walls and ceilings. Why? Because of it simply much easier to tape offs the trim compares to the walls. You may use a two-inch brush to get a perfect finish on the moulding, window and door frames. However, don’t stress much yourself if you get paint on the walls first. Subsequently, you have to wait for the next day waiting the paint try at this point you can tape it off and proceed onto the ceiling.

 

Rolling the Ceiling

 

When you paint the ceiling before you proceed to the walls you have to cut-in the perimeter of the ceiling using a painting brush. A cut of 3.5 inches is ideal! When rolling the ceiling use the roller paint in W shape when applying the paint perfectly as well as use roller strokes if the paint is applied excessively. Do it by starting at the corner and paint across the width of the ceiling.

 

Get busy with the walls

 

If the ceiling has already dried, proceed to the walls to get yourself busy. If you are working with the bedroom or living room it is best to go with the flat acrylic paint of low-sheen for the best finish. You can start painting at the edges using a brush, afterwards grab a roller and paint in M shape – a metre below the ceiling where you can apply perfect strokes. Likewise, you can move down a metre below for the next area and apply it all over until you have the best finish.

 

Check out some painting inspiration online, so you may have a vivid idea where to start and how to do it properly. So enjoy your DIY homework!

 

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2017-07-20 02:40
The Return Journey - Maeve Binchy 
The Return Journey - Maeve Binchy

Adventures of the timid. Bunch does a thing where two people meet, strike up an immediate friendship, and proceed to give one another excellent advice about managing their lives. She does that here,and it is really good, pragmatic advice. Anyway, stories about middle class adults and their working class parents, with some affairs included to keep things dramatic, to amusing effect in Excitement. And no one else has done a better job of portraying just how tiring it can be to be a modern woman trying to keep everyone else happy.

Library copy

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2017-07-02 19:11
Back to you
Only Tyler - Jess Dee

Tyler comes home with just one goal: get his girl back.  Kate is all that he has thought about in the two years he has been gone.  Now, she is engaged to marry another man.

 

Kate thought she had put her life back together.  Tyler had been gone a long time.  Moving on seemed logical, and it was time.  With him home, the memories of being with him are changing her priorities.  

 

Such an intense and emotional story.  Right from the start I found myself rooting for the main characters.  I felt every ounce of pain they did.  I eagerly turned each page.  I cannot wait to read the next novel in the Circle Of Friends series.  I give this book a 4/5 Kitty Paws UP!

 

 

***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review, by Netgalley and its publishers.

 

 

Reborn with a new cover, this story is an exceptional read.  

Like Reblog Comment
show activity (+)
review 2017-06-24 16:22
Truly, Madly, Guilty - Liane Moriarty 
Truly, Madly, Guilty - Signed/Autographed Copy - Liane Moriarty

It's not a thriller.

 

Imagine that line as spoken by Arnold Schwarzenegger to his class in Kindergarten Cop. I start here because I saw a review saying what a disappointing thriller it was, and it would be disappointing if that was what Moriarty were shooting for. It's also not a romance, or a mystery, or a literary novel, although it does share some elements with those.

 

What it is is a book about regular middle class suburban couples who experience a trauma together, and how it affects their lives thereafter. It's not a big trauma, it's not newsworthy, but it affects them all, and their little kids, too. And because the author takes her work seriously, there is much more to it than just that, humor, and backstory, and a way through, and a future.

 

I love books like this about living in after some bad thing. Fairy tales are important because they teach us that the witch or the monster can be killed, these books (and I hope someone has a short, catchy name for the genre that isn't sexist, because I sure don't) these books demonstrate how to live through the bad things and still have a good life. I don't believe stories about people living through horrible events and being stoic and saintly and a good example. Pain doesn't make people stronger or better, it makes us angry, and short-tempered, and hell to get along with. And of course, we all have pain and most of it is garden-variety common and of no interest to others. And the older we get the more time we spend attending funerals, the more people we have to lose. These books remind us that we can still laugh at the wake, that there are many ways to comfort one another in our loss.

 

I'm on my way to a funeral soon 

More posts
Your Dashboard view:
Need help?