Everybody Zane here with Pecision Finish Painting TV. Welcome back and today is all about speed! I’m gonna share with you a method of painting that I use in my business On almost all of our interior painting projects to help me save time and money This is a method that’s almost backwards from everything. You’ve ever been taught about painting So be sure to stay here clear to the end So you don’t miss any instruction go ahead and hit that subscribe button and let’s get started This is a method of painting that I have Adopted into my business and it’s kind of become a standard operating procedure for how we do interiors. Bassically, What we’ve done is taken your conventional way of painting a room, which is to go through and cut in your ceiling line, your trim , and your corners first and then roll it out. What we’re gonna do iss flip and flop that and we’re gonna roll our walls first We’re gonna get a nice thin coat on, all the way across and then we’ll go back through and do our cut ins. Let it dry, roll it again, cut it again, and that’ll be it! This allows us to get paint on the wall and let it to start to dry while we’re doing our cut in. That way we save time in the end. All right, guys, we got our tray set up with our roller and a cut bucket With the brush in there we got a 3-inch Purdy Pro extra. If you’d like to see a video on all the paintbrushes I recommend that any painter should have, Click here. A link will be in the description below! I’ve got a 18 inch roller This is a half inch nap Since we’ve got kind of a heavier orange peel texture on the wall, you should use a half inch nap. This is a Sherwin Williams Contractor series roller. I always recommend using an 18 inch roller It’s pretty much all I use on interiors. You can really cover some ground and I feel like it gives you a better finish in the end. So we’re gonna go ahead and get this wall rolled out super quickly. Check it out When I roll I always kind of do the same pattern that really ensures a good Coating of paint I start off in the middle and you always work towards the edge The first pass through you usually got to load it up a second time. The whole point of doing this, is we kind of get a thick Setting of paint in the middle that way each time we go down and back through we load up a little bit more paint. You always want to come back to where you started And level that paint out with nice long strokes Leaving a little bit of a gap at the top so we can come back after we rolled this wall out and cut it in If you like to see a video all about cutting in your edges Click here. There will be a link in the description below All right, it’s as simple as that as you can see with the 18 inch roller we can really cover some ground quickly! I’m gonna go ahead and cut in our edges. So keep watching Alright guys, welcome back we got our first coat on the wall looks great. We’re going to go ahead and repeat the exact same process Roll it out. Then go around do our cut in pull our tape and that’ll be a wrap So let’s just hop right in and get after it It’s always a good thing to kind of just slowly spin your roller around when you take it from the paint to the wall It’ll keep it from dripping Second goat, ahem, second coat goes much quicker and it’s extremely important on your final top coat to Go back and level it out with nice long strokes All right simple as that we’ll go ahead and hit our cut in and that’ll be a wrap All right, that’s a wrap guys got our tape pulled Everything rolled out our final cut in so it’s done. It’s still wet, but it’s gonna look amazing Once it dries, I always recommend pull your tape when your paint still wet. But this is it This is how to roll a wall fast quickly, efficiently This is a great procedure to use. I hope this video helped you out Utilize this technique on your next painting project Please feel free to like and subscribe to our channel It’s free! Doesn’t get any better than that and check us out on social media We’re on facebook and instagram @PrecisionFinishPainting. You can see how I use all these techniques in my actual painting business So I hope you enjoyed this, until next time!