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Drywall installation is also known as plasterboard or wallboard installation and can be used for interior walls. Drywall can be painted or wallpapered and decorated with different textures.

Texture can be added to drywall to add visual interest to a space. There are many finishes available.

One standard option is orange peel or splatter, which creates a surface that looks like an orange rind. Drywall texture can be designed with a joint compound known as mud. This plaster-like material is easy to apply using an air compressor sprayer or hand tools. Individual preference can be reflected in the different splatter finishes.

Try different looks with scrap drywall. You can practice with a sprayer or hand tools until you are proficient in the technique. You can adjust the consistency or thickness of the mud to create a lighter or denser texture. Use a brush to splatter the mud or a heavy nap paint roller to dole out the paint. To achieve different effects, adjust the sprayer’s air pressure and nozzle opening to create other products.

The sprayer can be used to spray large areas. Rentals of sprayers are available at rental shops and building supply stores. The mud should be mixed with water to make it flow easily. Once the mud has been filled, turn the compressor on and spray the compound on the wall. For a lighter texture, use a thinner mixture with rapid movements. A larger nozzle opening is recommended if you prefer a thicker mix and a slower spray speed for heavier effects.

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Dip a long-bristle toothbrush, such as those used for wallpaper paste spreading, in a bucket with mud. Pull the bristles back, and then splatter compound on the wall. As an alternative, brush the mixture in broad, sweeping strokes. You can also fill a large nap paint roller with mud and roll it on the wall. Variable pressure and speed are possible.

No matter how much mud was used, finish the splatter using the flat edge of the rectangular mason’s knife. To reduce splatter peaks and preserve the dimpled appearance, lightly run the trowel over the compound. From the top of your wall, work in long strokes. Use very light pressure to smoothen the edges of the scoop. Allow the splatter to dry before you paint. Drying times for different compounds vary from several hours to several days.

A unique spray gun and nozzle are required to apply splatter knockdown texture to drywall. Two tubes enter the gun from the bottom.

The large, round tube supplies texture material. The smaller tube supplies compressed oxygen.

The gun’s large trigger opens the valve for texture material. This allows you to control how hard the trigger is pulled. A small valve on the air supply controls how much compressed, and texture mud is mixed. Below are pictures of a tip and knockdown texture sprayer nozzle.

Many people view commercial painting and residential painting as one service. Painting is painting regardless of where or what medium you use, right? Not necessarily. Not necessarily. There are some variances between these two types of painting that we will discuss in the article.

Residential vs. commercial painting

Residential painters provide home painting. Preparation and painting of the house’s exterior and interior are done. Residential paint projects take less time and require fewer painters than commercial ones. You can also paint trim, decks, and cabinets in your home.

Commercial painting is the application of a new coat of paint on buildings, apartments, and manufacturing facilities. Commercial painting contractors like Wellington Pro Painters & Popcorn Removal specialize in projects of all sizes. You will need a larger crew, more sophisticated equipment, and perhaps different shifts for larger projects to complete the job on time.