I’ve been using paint thinner to make my fireplace paint thinner, but this time I decided to use a different kind of paint thinner.
I started with a simple spray bottle, but it turned out that this spray paint thinner is the perfect way to coat a whole bunch of paint, and you can also make your own!
I had heard of the paint thinner from my friends, so I decided I’d try it out for myself, and I’ll be sure to share how I did it.
I did not have the patience for painting all the paint in one go, so it was nice to have something that was really easy to work with.
The paint thinner I used is called the Fireplace Paint Thickener.
I just used some of my favorite brands like Fireball and Firestorm Paint, and they have pretty long shelf life.
The key to using this kind of spray paint thinener is to spray a thin layer on top of the base coat of paint you want to coat, and then gently press down on the paint to seal it.
You don’t need to hold the paint down, just gently spray a thinner layer over it.
You’ll notice that I was spraying on a thin base coat, but there are no need to use the exact same paint thinner you used to coat the whole thing.
I like to use thin paint thinner because it feels smoother and easier to work in than regular paint thinner and also it’s easy to clean up afterwards.
After you spray the paint thinner on the basecoat, use your fingers to gently remove any air bubbles that might have been left behind by the spray paint.
You’ll want to use your finger to press down the paint on the surface, but you don’t have to hold down on all the excess paint.
Once you’re satisfied that everything has been cleaned up, you can drybrush the paint onto the surface.
If you’re going to spray paint the entire house, you’ll want a thin paint that is really easy and quick to work.
You can use thinner paint thinner that is a bit thinner than your standard paint thinner like I did, but just don’t use it to coat entire walls or floors.
This paint thinner will coat most walls and floors.
You can also use thinner to coat paint strips, or just paint your bedroom floor.
Just spray a layer of thinner on the painting surface, then drybrush on the strips and paint.