From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Jarrett and Chelsea of OurSonnyLife let Do It Yourself RV share some of their photos and experiences in spray painting the interior of her family’s motorhome.
Here’s an outline of what Chelsea did to make the inside of her thirty year old motorhome look better than the original.
Preparation is Everything: Taping All the Surfaces
If you decide to spray paint instead of using a brush, taping off the surfaces you don’t want paint to get on is super important.
Painter’s tape is a special type of masking tape that produces clean edges when paint is applied over the seam. If you use regular masking tape instead of painter’s tape you’ll get fuzzy edges and a less-than-desirable outcome.
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