Morning all. Is there a blog or article on TP that covers best practice internal wall finishing? I’ve read a lot of posts like Thedman’s that give a good indication of what to do but would be great if there were a definitive blog with pictures etc that stepped through the ‘what to do & use’.
My ongoing project is a 1920’s place that was totally structurally renovated maybe 20 years back i.e woodwork replaced, rewired, plumbed & re-plastered head to foot professionally. All skirting and moldings are straight and clean and varnished currently so I have good lines to work to. It’s been well decorated & maintained over that time but we are upin’g the finishes & standards since stumbling across TP web site.
I’m looking ahead a bit to be honest & not likely to start for a while yet but would like to understand & plan to polish all the walls to highest standard possible, use the best primers & matt finish paints. Ideally wipe-able were possible but with the overall aim of making things as perfectly flat as possible. Have read about Toupret, Oterwol and Mystic and have a feel from some of the posts on TP but would really appreciate a step plan or guide to getting it perfect. Not worried about the time / effort / manhours (well I am but have no choice) …
Appreciate there is no single best solution but if there is a basic formula I can identify to work to learn that would be great.
Ideas, opinions, products, tools, articles, pictures, videos etc would be very welcome. I’m sure this is already covered loads of times but struggling a little pull it all together. Many thanks in advance