Painting the wall

Our neighbors had the wall dividing our properties replaced earlier this year.  David and I finally decided to paint it the same color as the rest of our house.  We went to Home Depot and had the paint color custom made.  The paint already contained a primer.  We also removed five crotons and discarded them for ease of painting.

This is David, using a roller:

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In addition to the roller, he also used a brush:

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Then, it started to rain.  And the paint on parts of the wall dissolved:

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David will repaint the entire wall when the weather clears up.

What a guy, huh?

7 Responses to “Painting the wall”

  1. Olga Says:

    That is an improvement. Hope the weather cooperates for the touch up painting. You have a very handy husband willing to do all those jobs around the home.

  2. DJan Says:

    Sorry about the rain but it sure does look better. 🙂

  3. Christine Says:

    gosh so frustrating about the rain. Good job anyway David!

  4. Kay G. Says:

    “It started to rain”…I can’t wait to hear those words again. I know it was bad for the paint job but we are going on 43 days without a drop of rain, so you understand what I mean!!

  5. Tom Sightings Says:

    Oh man! I thought it never rained in sunny Hawaii! Well … it’ll look nice when it’s finally done, even if it did require some extra work.

  6. Joared Says:

    Wall looks very nice with even just one coat of paint.

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