It is very important for you to choose the color of the desired wall paint. It is not a matter of brand, which is clear you have to align the color with your favorite. Try to choose the color that is brighter and can reflect light from the lamp at night. If the paint color you choose is identical to the dim, it is not impossible if your house looks dull and dark. Additionally, don’t forget to pay attention to the paint quality as well, especially if you want to get the maximum result from your wall painting effort.
Mixing Paint with Glue
Even though what you use is a low-quality type of paint, it can still be tricked by mixing wood glue as a sticking agent. In addition, the glue you use will also make the paint shiny and more durable. Because it is different from wood and iron paint that uses thinner, so you can add water if the combination of wall paint and glue is too thick.
Do The Putty First
There is no reflective power on wall paint because the base is less thick. This could be because you did not plaster the wall before painting. You can make your own putty concoction with a dose of 2kg white cement, 1g calcium, and 1 pack of wood glue weighing 1 / 2kg. Mix the three ingredients until you get the right mixture. The tip is not too runny so that the glue can blend perfectly.
Do A Repaint Process
Because the color of the old paint has faded, of course, you have to do the repainting so that your wall is shiny again. Previously you have to clean the wall first (like dust, dirt, etc.) and apply the same paint color as before. If you want to add gloss, you can add wood glue to the mixture you want to apply. This paint does not only apply to old walls but can also be applied to new walls that have uneven colors. After that, you just need to adjust the light which helps your paint to shine on the wall.