Have you ever had the impulse to spray-paint your house for a fresh look? Whether you are into DIY or prefer professional makeovers, having your home look new again is undoubtedly a treat. It’s a breath of fresh air for faded or discolored exteriors. There’s a range of colors and themes to choose from, and once you’re armed with a spray can, there’s nothing stopping you from painting your house any color you like.
Masking windows for painting is a good idea when you’re giving your house a new look. Both DIY homeowners and professional painters find it easier to paint around a window with a proper mask.
A mask keeps your window safe from paint stains. Whether you purchase glass-proof paint or go with a regular one, masking the windows will ensure that they don’t get stained. If you skip out this part, you’ll probably end up with tinted glass, stubborn paint splashes, and may even need to replace the entire pane.
Masking the windows also helps to keep the windowsill safe from stains and splashes. Wood, platinum, steel, or any alloy will remain untarnished in the process. You can also mask the glass panes and paint the frames of your window if that’s the idea you have in mind!
Masking windows requires only a few tools. You can get these supplies at your local hardware store or go online to find the items you need. Here’s what you have to look for:
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