Behr Concrete Bonding Primer and Glidden Floor & Porch Satin Paint made me smile.
I get emails from time to time from readers asking me about my daughters room, and asking me when will I finish, and asking me to give her chance. As I mentioned she has a hard time keeping it clean, and I refuse to see it less than how I created it. My poor hubby even cleans her room. So I thought I would give her a chance after a talk, and started with the floor. I actually think this option is a good one for her right now. We wont have to worry about her ruining carpet or wood right now. I always tell her “WHEN ITS TIME FOR YOU TO GO TO COLLEGE, THIS WILL BE MY DRESSING ROOM”----so for now… I like what I did, and so does she. Hubby likes it so much he wants me to do something in the room that I painted black.
I am going to good ole IKEA this weekend. I am so excited, and plan on getting something's to finish her room on up. Looking forward to it. Stay tuned.
How was it done?
Mr. Styles ripped out the carpet while I was away to my surprise. I was all smiles and made a quick trip to Home Depot with my pregnant Sister. I picked up the two items below. No color added. Just pulled them off of the shelf. Hubby has swept the floor, so all I had to do was get a roller, extender, pan liner, pan…and roll the primer on the floor. I let it dry for about an hour. I then slipped on another roller and rolled on the paint. I let dry and used a sponge brush to get in the areas the roller could not. After that dried, I went over the entire floor with another coat of paint. The objective was the same as with the walls. No LINES.
This is the before. Not much difference except the floor.
Wish me luck you guys!
Have you tried painting concrete?
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