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1. Your furniture, floors, and carpets should be protected from start to finish by drop cloths or poly plastic.​


2. Watermarks, smoke stains, pen marks, and other unsightly blemishes that could ‘bleed through’ the new paint should be primed and sealed.


3. Cracks and holes in walls and ceiling should be repaired with spackle or drywall compound, sanded smooth and primed. Drywall mesh tape can be applied over cracks where necessary for a more permanent repair.


4. Holes in the woodwork should be filled, sanded smooth, and primed. Sanding should smooth imperfections and damaged areas.


5. Open joints and gaps between surfaces should be caulked and filled for a cleaner and more finished appearance.


6. Glossy surfaces should be dulled by sanding or undercoating to ensure proper paint adhesion.


7. Only quality materials should be used. Quality materials give the best results and last longer.


8. Skilled crafts people who are polite, friendly, and work efficiently should do the work in a neat and professional manner.


9. There should be no paint on windowpanes, carpet, floors or anything else not being painted.


10. Touch-up paint should be left for your future convenience.

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