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 In the UK, various approaches to texture a variety of models and spectacular designs directly on the roof and walls using tools such like fingers, rollers, sponges, rags, brushes, palettes, etc: in creating designs with texture is concerned, its only limit is your imagination, but in this article I want to talk about the use of â € ~ Texturing € ™ combs, to create some amazing affects on their inner surface, and if want to see pictures of the visit www.diy target = "_blank">-ceiling wall-to texture.com instructions. Comb Texturing are very reasonably priced and widely available to you through Internet: plus, methods of application layer to the surface texture usually desired â € ~ rolling, sometimes brushing, or trowel € ™ d ona € ™ rather than â € ~ spray on.â € ™

As you can imagine, the cost of applying the texture coating to your roof and walls in this way allows the house â € ~ DIYA € Amateur ™ â € ~ ™ € have a go yourself because all you need is a bucket to mix texture powder for mixing tool, (and is an attachment for the exercise of power tool or a mixture of plastic texture that adhere to a wooden handle) powder texture, a roller and tray keep the mixture and of course, the comb texture;

Some textures combs consist of a track â € ~ all in the design of Oneâ € ™, (almost like a plastic spacer tile adhesive, but the mountains â € ~ camber € ™ edge is slightly more stringent together / not spaced as far apart from each other), while the handle, and sierra (patterns) are edge-molded plastic material, the usual length of the ridge is about 10 inches long (this is ideal for creating designs in the broadest and most small ceilings and walls;), while others comb textures consist of a wooden handle with a slot cut through it, while a piece or two, flexible plastic (containing the serrated edge of patterns) inserts;

Texturing combs, if you look after properly, could serve you a long time, but keep in mind, do not wash the combs in boiling water as this may shrink the serrated edges, in addition to also remember that, after many textured surfaces, the jagged edge could become quite worn, giving a slimmer and more undesirable pattern depth;

For the pattern of roof, first make sure that the surface is properly closed and the room is cold (no heating), you must mix the texture enough to cover the entire surface to be ambiguous; Second, after you decided what pattern / design of your going to try, are at the entrance to the desired room and look toward the ceiling, is very normal pattern actually start near the wall, running down the narrow width of the roof, the view from the front door (but this depends entirely on their own, or their customers personal preference.)

For example, let us say that we will begin our standard entrance wall, while the pattern (once completed) will be implemented by (more and more restricted) length of the roof.

Stand with your back against the wall (which is intended start the pattern) and look up, this is how it will operate the model, pattern, the pattern is always behind you, and work away from it / in narrow width, and length of the roof, now with his back against the wall, keep your comb in her hand that feels most comfortable with the texture, if it holds the comb in his left hand, slide through the wall to the corner on the right side of the room, this is the corner that once applied to his band of texture, the pattern will start her comb, and runs the width of the wall / EDGE, if you use your right hand, begins in the left corner of the roof.

In summary, using his paint roller, roller in a range of texture, about half or three quarters of an inch thick in depth, through the narrow width of the roof, just opposite, a wall end to end, the band of the texture should be around two roller widths wide, this model with his brush, then continue this method throughout the entire roof, continuing right along in the area.

Everything here is completely decomposed and covered with a texture Revival € ~, â € ™ in the href = "http://www.lookreadlearn.com" target = "_blank"> www.lookreadlearn.com for help you get more, pay attention to my articles on the texture of the mixture and surface preparation.

When attempting any task textures, always practice in a small area first to obtain better results.

Thanks for reading, I hope this article will help you continue with search in learning to use the combs to the texture.

About the Author:

Dale Ovenstone, creator of the most unique ‘diy’ DVD’s & downloadable ‘How to’s’

Article Source: ArticlesBase.comHow to use a ‘Comb Tool’ to texture your ceiling & walls

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