I used to play volleyball when I was in High School.
So a few weeks ago, I was sorting through old boxes and found these volleyball pads that hadn't been used in years (even decades lol).
So I asked Gino if he'd want them since I knew his wife still plays on occasion.
But when he took them, it wasn't to give to his wife (since she already had a pair)... Gino had something else in mind.
The following day Gino tested those volleyball pads to see if they'd work well as knee pads for painting.
After a few tests, here's what Gino discovered...
When you wear them directly on your skin (which is how those pads were designed to be worn), you get a few benefits:
Have you ever been in a situation where you need to do a quick touch up, but don't have a brush or roller handy?
Maybe when you go to collect from a client and they show you a small spot they hit by accident when putting back the furniture?
For situations like this, or any other situation where touch ups are required, here's a handy trick for you: Use a piece of Paper Towel
For a live demonstration and to learn more as to why some touch ups might not blend in properly, be sure to watch this weeks Tips & Tricks video!
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Years ago, I remember being hired to repaint the offices at this local radio station.
The original price came at around $4000 and we were hired to do the work... HOWEVER
Once the Interior Decorator finished the Color Consultation, the end result was that they had choosen to go with 22 DIFFERENT COLORS... and most of those colors were yellows, oranges and bright reds.
Let's just say that this changed EVERYTHING!
So what's the lesson?
If you're a PAINTER... you need to make sure your quote specifies the number of coats... and the number of colors that are allowed for the price given.
If you're a HOMEOWNER... you need to be aware of this possibility and make sure to check with your Painting Contractor to see if the Colors that are being considered will have an impact on the price.
And if you're a COLOR CONSULTANT... you need to be aware of this possibility as well and work with the Painting Contractor so that together you can help your...
Back in September, I made a video announcement on our Facebook Page of my plan to publish a new book in 2018 titled - INTERIOR REPAINT SECRETS.
In that announcement, I invited people to submit their questions with a promise that I would answer all of them shooting Facebook Live Videos.
This week's Tips & Tricks video is the result of one of those questions which touched on Caulking:
I invite you to watch this video to get the answers to those questions.
And if you'd like to submit your own question, you can do so here:
In this video, you'll find the answers to these questions:
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Are you a hard worker?
If so, you might want to take a few minutes to watch this video because all that HARD WORK might be all for NOTHING...
PLEASE NOTE: This video is going to be the last one for a little while... Details & Announcement Revealed Inside.
"Are you guys in a rush to get out of here?"
I can still remember this pivoting moment early in my painting career when my friend & business partner and I were asked this very question from our client.
That day, we both realized the important difference between being FAST and being EFFICIENT... and have completely changed our approach as a result.
In this weeks video, I share with you a few tips on how you can also tap into the POWER OF EFFICIENCY! :)
If you're ready be take your painting career to that next level and be able to call yourself an INTERIOR REPAINT EXPERT GRADUATE...
Whether you'r a DIY using tape to help with the cutting in... or you're a Professional Painter using tape to create a paint border in the middle of a wall...
You may have had to deal with a stubborn tape that was hard to remove... or worst, that was peeling away some of the paint.
Why is that?
And what can I do to avoid this?
The simple answer can be found in this week's video.