13 Jul 2013

Touch Renaissance at home




* A TOUCH RENAISSANCE AT HOME *

Currently, this decorative appears in materials as diverse as traditional or modern plaster polystyrene. In case expose below We opted for the second material, because of its low cost and easy decor. With this work we can play with the effects of volume ceiling and a touch elegant home. To carry it out, will specify miter, saw, screwdriver, sandpaper, brush, drawing pen, spray gun, moldings, glue, paint and plastic screws. Preparing wall and ceiling
After measuring the amount of material you need, we will begin to prepare the wall. To do this, we will sandpaper glued the strip where it will trim and desengrasaremos this part of the wall and ceiling with soapy water. Before installing any parts, calculate exactly the wall strip that covers the molding and the part of roof. This measure will move both zones accurately marking the space will be covered with polystyrene. To align the trim to perfection,  mark the exact distance to the ornamental cover the same surface of wall ceiling. Hitting the moldings.The frames we use have to marry nooks and corners. To do this, we will have to cut the polystyrene to 45 degrees (unless we find pieces previously cut). To paste the moldings, apply the adhesive to the polystyrene, preferably with acrylic glue. Start hitting the nooks and corners, adjusting to perfection bevel joints. In placing these pieces is important to consider the shape of the molding, which sometimes has a meaning, is ie, the top and bottom are distinct. Retouching final. We will have to rank well moldings, hiding bevel joints with pasta. As the glue dries fixing all irregularities will sandpaper joints with very fine sandpaper. We finish by applying two coats of plastic directly or, if we want a better finish, one coat of primer sealer and two of paint compatible with the polystyrene (the plastic goes perfectly).

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