Painting walls is one of the biggest tasks when painting a home interior. When painting the interior of the house, it is important to have well-painted walls.

A typical way to paint a wall is to "cut" the edges with a brush and then fill in the center with a roll of paint. For beginners, cutting is usually done with the help of automotive masking products, car paint preparation and tagged masking tape to cover the edges of the walls. 

Masking Tape - Tips and Tricks

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Then the paint is applied without great precision, in the hope that the freshly painted walls will have clean edges when the masking tape is removed. When you attach the masking tape, stick it on carefully without stretching or pulling it. 

This gives the masking tape a better chance of doing its job and adheres more fully to the surface it is applied to, reducing the amount of paint that can penetrate under the edges. After carefully attaching the masking tape, press it to the surface with a rag. 

Sometimes on some surfaces that are bumpy or uneven, the bumpy surface can break the masking tape, but in most interior painting applications the surface is relatively smooth so it shouldn't be a problem.

The cloth helps reduce pressure and allows the glue to adhere better to the surface again and prevents the paint from penetrating.