The surface to be painted is covered with paint. The work with the roller has gone according to plan. But then you take a closer look at the end result and see that there are patchy parts that ruins the overall impression. This can be avoided with a few simple tips.
As always, a clean surface is a prerequisite for a good result. Dirt can result in the paint bleeding through or releases from the surface.
Paint the surface twice
Paint the surface twice with a quality roller that covers well and absorbs a lot of paint. If you have a dark colour underneath that needs to be repainted with a lighter colour, three coats may be required.
Don't skimp with paint
Using too little paint is a classic mistake that results in patchy ceilings and walls. Therefore, make sure the roller is thoroughly worked in with paint and dip it often. If you use a quality roller that doesn’t shed fibres, you won’t have to worry about fuzzy walls and ceilings.
Paint in daylight to avoid patchy walls and ceilings
Paint in daylight. This makes it easier to see the results during and after painting.