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Saturday, 10 January 2015

Don’t Paint Outside in Cool and Dew!!

Although this website is I feel perceive compelled to warn against painting the house or other building in the fall. According to my opinion, house painting should not be done between October to February. You might think, in these months the weather is great for exterior work. It is not hot and humid. Although it is good for the painter, it is not good for the paint. Homes may get painted in this season, and it is not good.

Paint my Home
Paint Home
In my successful painting business, I would not prefer any outside painting job in the season between October to February. Many of my customers did not like this and hired another painter. As the time been passed my customer soon found out that I was prudent in my decision not to paint outside after October. 

Within 1-2 years, buildings painted in the fall started to show signs of failure of the paint. There was flaking, cracking and peeling, and the building needed repair or repainting within some time. There is a big scientific reason behind the paint failure, and the reason is, bonding and drying of paint. In this process, two things happen, one is the latex dries up as the paint dries, and the other is the chemical reaction within the paint. Both of these things happen in a warm environment. Paint consultants will warn you not to paint the home when the temperature is below 50 degrees.  The chemical reaction is necessary for the fresh paint for proper adherence of the paint. But when the temperature is low this cannot occur, thus the paint does not adhere to the surface and does not peel off within a 1 or 2 year.  

There are many reasons not to paint outside. Some types of windows need putty. It takes a long time to dry, especially when a large amount of putty has been used. It also needs warmer temperature to dry properly; otherwise it will crack or removed. For a good work, you will need to use a plenty of latex caulk. Caulk requires warm temperature to dry. Primers also need some warmth to dry. But on the other side, fall is a perfect time for inside painting.

Decotouch Paints
Decotouch Paints

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

This Winter Warm up your Home with Decotouch Paints

Here we know in winters as the nights get colder, foggy and darker, the need to make home more comfortable becomes very pleasing! So that’s why we have provided a quick guide to help you to convert your house to home.


Candles are perfectly congruent for any interior space; candles create a low flame ambience that when merged with comfy layers can create a pleasant snug retreat.
They can also be used to add undreamed-of pops of colors into the homes, just paint the candle using matt emulsions to provide a unique touch to your home. To get the best look on the candles, we would suggest Decotouch Paints multi surface primer before painting the sticks. 

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Candles in Home

Interior Paint Schemes
An autumnal palette is guaranteed to introduce warmth into your home and this style works all year round. From deep reds and purples, to rich browns like Burgundy and Chestnut – you are definitely found the perfect color to match the winter mood. 

Interior Colors
Interior Color Schemes

Throws and Cushions
The easiest and quickest way to update and warm home ready for the winters ahead is to refresh your throws (furniture cover) and cushions. Regardless of how foggy and frosty it is outside, thick and soft throws ensure that you feel cozy and as comfortable as possible. 
Cushions and Throws
Cushions and Throws
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Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Paint Kitchen with Various Beautiful Colors

When you think about the Kitchen, it is the more pretty and inflexible place in the home. In the other rooms you can shift furniture from one place to another, cover the floor with new mat, change the decor, and add antiques. In the rooms you have a huge space for the shifting. But, in the kitchen, on the other hand, has little furniture to shift, so you are not allowed to make that impressive change without doing an entire remodeling job. There is one easiest way to make a significant change, through – Paint – and we do not exactly mean painting the walls. There are number of various ways to use paint in the kitchen.  Those are mention below:

Decotouch Paints
Decotouch Paints
Paint the cabinets with the amiable colors
Paint the kitchen cabinets with the vibrant colors and give them a distressed look. Pick your most favorite color and then paint the edges lightly to make it look ancient. Shut the doors and check a bit to see what you like best. You could do this with different colors painted over each other to give it a modern patina. 

Cabinet with Admirable Colors
Paint the cabinet with the admirable colors
Give Attractive Look to the Inner Portion of Cabinet
Paint the inner part of the cabinet with the bright color. If you do not want to apply a bright color on your kitchen walls or the exterior part of cabinet finish, paint a bit of colors inside of the cabinet for a nice surprise every time you take on the doors. This is also good if you don’t like the style or structure of your cabinet doors. Just take the doors off entirely and make color inside the cabinet.   

Inner Part of Cabinet
Inner Part of Cabinet
 Apply Chalkboard Paint on the Cabinets Doors or the Fridge
You can also try chalkboard paint for the refrigerator and cabinet doors. Painting a fridge and cabinet door is a wonderful option when it’s longstanding, ugly and you don’t like it, but cannot able to replace at the moment. Don’t forget that chalkboard paint does not have to be black colored. DecotouchPaints come in any color you wish. 

Chalkboard Paint
Chalkboard Paint on the Cabinet & Fridge Doors
Give Various Colors to the Cabinets
Paint your cabinets with the different colors. This may seem clear, but you can color them as many as you want. Doing the both upper and lower parts different colors creates a nice design in the kitchen. If you have a green land, paint it a bright green color and leave the rest of the portion more toned down. 

Various Colors to the Cabinets
Various Colors to the Cabinets
 Give the tile look to the Backsplash
Paint the backsplash of the kitchen with a tile look. You could use any kind of color combination that you like on your kitchen’s backsplashes, but we suggest a classic subway tile, they give classic look to your kitchen backsplash. It’s a good option because it is a quick and time saving project that makes the kitchen feel more finished and attractive. 

Tile look to backsplash
Tile look to Backsplash
There are multiple options for using paints to completely turn your kitchen in a moderate look. Choose Decotouch Paints and you will not only have an amazing, durable finish, but you will also have a non toxic, food-safe, organic paint finish and no VOC.

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