Wednesday, August 20, 2014

How to Paint over Smoke Damaged Areas - Properly Prepare and Paint walls with smoke damage from Cigarettes (Nicotine), Fire, Smoke and More

Painting over Smoke Damaged Areas - How to Properly Prepare and Paint walls with smoke damage from Cigarettes, Fire, Candles and More

Smoke, Soot, and Cigarette Smoke damage -
Attempting to paint over the walls affected by one of these types of smoke can be the hardest challenge you may come across when trying to paint. Smoke damage and staining can be caused from a number of things: Candles, Fireplace smoke, small fires, cigarette smoke / nicotine staining. They are all considered equal when painting over them. 

Painting over the problem may seem like the best solution to eliminate it but it's quite the opposite. Removing the smell and staining prior to painting is crucial. Otherwise painting may be extremely difficult. You may not be able to cover the stains and the smell will be as strong as ever. 

Painting Artist, Inc properly takes the correct steps in eliminating the damaged area to ensure a nice clean painted area in the end. 

  1. First it is imperative to clean the mess with a chemical cleaning sponge and then the use of a strong cleaner. 
  2. Then we will prime the area. Depending on the degree of damage or smell from the nicotine, we will utilize the correct primer. Not just any primer will do. Otherwise the smell will surely bleed through.
  3. Once the smell and damage is blocked properly, we are ready to apply the highest quality of paint. 
If your home has smoke damage or an unpleasant smell on your walls from nicotine smoke, contact Painting Artist, Inc today to have it eliminated. 

(772) 626-7159

1 comment:

  1. It is really tough to paint damaged areas but you have done great.. Thanks for sharing out such useful information.
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