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How Do I Paint Drop Ceiling Tiles?

If you have drop ceiling tiles in your home or office and you want to paint them, you need to take steps to ensure that the job is done properly. Since drop ceiling tiles cannot be painted like a traditional ceiling, we will go over some tips to help you properly paint them to ensure a job well done.

Head to Your Home Improvement Store and Purchase the Supplies

Suspended Ceiling Drop Tiles Installation - The Reno ProsBEFORE you start painting your drop ceiling tiles, you need to head out to your home improvement store and locate all of the supplies you need. One of the worst things you can do is start the job and find out that you are missing something that you need.

Some of the items that you need will include paint, paint brushes, paint thinner, and tarps for the floor. If you have a question about the type of paint or brushes to use, it would be a good idea to ask one of the home improvement professionals in the store as they can point you in the right direction.

Prep the Entire Area

Now it is time to prep the area before you begin to paint it. You should clean all of the ceiling tiles FIRST before you even begin to think about painting them. Cleaning the drop ceiling tiles will involve dusting them off and then following up with a quick vacuum to ensure all of the dust and dirt is removed. Remove the tiles from the ceiling to prepare them to be painted.

Once you have vacuumed the ceiling and floor where any dust fell, you will now need to cover the floor with your tarp. To help hold the tarp in place, you should tape it to the floor. Now you can spread out the ceiling tiles on top of the tarp and pour your desired paint color into a paint pan.

Start Painting the Drop Ceiling Tiles

Now it is time for you to start painting your drop ceiling tiles. To do so, you should dip your paint brush into the paint and then use even, long strokes to paint the tiles. You do not want to use short strokes as you may paint the tile in an uneven manner.

Another thing to keep in mind is that you do not want to use too much paint as it may be too thick and take too long to dry or you may end up making a mess down the sides of the tiles and onto the tarp. Once you have applied the first coat of paint, set the tiles to the side to dry.

If needed, apply a second coat to the tiles and allow them to thoroughly dry again. Once dry, replace them in their respective places.

Painting your drop ceiling tiles is an easy task, but one that must be done properly. If you need any help painting your ceiling tiles or advice on what type of paint to use, call the team at The Reno Pros today.

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