Painting Brick Fireplace

Jun 30th

Do it yourself home more effective and less costly is to paint the brick fireplace. This activity can significantly enhance the style of your room, if you do it correctly. Just remember, easily achieved, but removing paint from brick fireplace may need professional help. Clean bricks with a liquid -Painting Brick Fireplace to clean bricks.

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While painting brick fireplace it is important to get rid of the old dirt and soot. Follow package directions for how to apply the liquid and clean the surface. Be careful not to damage the mortar. Choose thin high quality paint with the paint is not designed to be resistant to heat.

 

A thin paint will be less painting brick fireplace likely to blister and better cover the porous bricks. If you do not use your fireplace as a heat source, then any painting works. Apply the paint with a roller to porous surfaces. Keep the brush close to when you need help to get to the gaps between the bricks and mortar. You need to put the paint on some of the cracks. To cover the bricks generally three layers of paint are needed.