A little prep can mean the difference between a job done right and a job done over.
By Jason T. Lunn & Rebecca L. Schumann As originally published inPaint Magazine's May 2016 eNewsletter.
Just like packing for a vacation is a drag or rototilling a garden is a pain, prepping for a paint job isn’t fun. But in a business where time means money, every pro painter knows that prepping done correctly can mean the difference between a job done right and a job done over.
Products or techniques that reduce labor and increase efficiency help painters get to the main event faster. And they’ll help reduce overall job cost, too. Here are a few prep tips to make the process both more thorough and efficient. Knowing them can be especially helpful to a pro painter if his newest and least-skilled crew members are tagged with prepping a job.