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How To Rag Paint Instruction Steps For Faux Painting
Rag Roller Painting For Walls
This technique is easiest with two people.
Faux Painting Technique Instruction Steps For
Sponge Painting - Using A Sponge Roller
Sponge Roller Painting For Walls
How To Step-by-Step Instructions
Person 1 should roll the faux glaze onto the surface using a paint roller.
Person 2 will then roll with the Rag Roller to your desired look. (NOTE): Both people should work closely in proximity to avoid premature drying of the wet glaze.
As you roll with the Rag Roller, you will need to roll-off excess glaze onto a Sponge or paper towel to avoid over-saturation of the Rag Roller.
Use hand-held, lint-free cotton rags to blend your faux finish into all of your wall edges and corners as you continue the wall. (NOTE): Complete all areas as you proceed, It is not possible to adjust areas later.
View all of The Woolie™ faux finishing technique STEP BY STEP photos for walls. These are a great resource to give you a fast and easy overview of each faux finishing technique and how to achieve them. Compare them to determine a couple of your favorite painting techniques.
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Paint Technique:Sponge Painting
Primary Paint Tool: Sponge Roller by The Woolie
Rag painting is one of the most widely used faux finish painting techniques due to it's crisp illusion of depth and texture. It creates a look and feel that is adaptable to any decor. The end result can appear very subtle or distinct, depending upon your preference. Either way, it's a great way to add warmth to any room of your house.
We prefer to teach you this technique using a Rag roller because it's super-fast and easy to get professional-looking results even for a beginner.
Before You Begin: