If I have someone paint the interior of my house with a Sprayer is it easy to touch up with a paintbrush?





I’m going to have someone paint my new house right away because I can’t stand to be around a bunch of white walls! I cannot avoid the cracks that inevitably will happen. Will the touchups with a paintbrush be noticeable being that the house wont be painted with a paintbrush originally?

6 Responses to “If I have someone paint the interior of my house with a Sprayer is it easy to touch up with a paintbrush?”

  • guyster:

    I would use a roller, not a brush. But, yes, you should be able to touch up.

  • Chloe:

    no idea but that seems either really ‘anal’ or who cares.

  • Lana25:

    yea it will show the brush strokes from your paint brush and it will probably be thicker. If you want to touch areas up with a paint brush i suggest you get a brush with very fine brissels… “Purdy” paint brushes are good ones.

  • Livebythesea:

    It would be best to make the touch-ups before it gets spray painted. In my house it was great. Speedy paint job, but one has to be thoughtful and know what works. Get someone experienced, for sure!

  • danchevz:

    Don’t paint until after the holes and cracks on the walls are fixed or repaired. The repairs and prep work takes more labor time than the actual painting. The prep work is what made a paint job look good. Also, it is a good idea use a prime coat, this will insure that there is no color variation on the walls.

  • thewrangler_sw:

    You can use a trim roller, a pad, foam brush, or bristle brush to touch up paint. With a bristle brush (typical paint brush), I do not use it to ‘stroke’ the paint on to the wall.. instead I stipple it on.. just use the bristle tips to daub the paint on. A sponge is handy for touching up textured walls.

    Another option is to get a small sprayer. Most hobby shops carry the small ‘air brushes’ that model makers use to paint their projects. The same ‘air brush’ can be used to touch up paint elsewhere too. There are variations on the air brush… you can even get ‘canned’ air propellant to ‘spray’ with, so a traditional air compressor isnt necessary.

    Have Fun

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