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Colouring your home? Consider these tips for a safe house painting experience

2018-09-18 Colouring your home? Consider these tips for a safe house painting experience
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Most of us want to protect our loved ones from anything and everything. India being a spiritually rich country, people resort to all kinds of practices to ensure the safety of their family and friends. Be it the adornment of the teeka before stepping out or tying a garland of lemons and chillies, there is a strong intention to protect oneself and the related dear ones. When safety of our family means so much to us, then why not focus on getting safe home paint colours for our rooms?

When it comes to a safe home painting experience, you need to be mindful of two things- buy safe paints and take the necessary precautions during the actual painting procedure. Your home paint design is usually a byproduct of consistent efforts of your contractors and the precautionary measures they take to ensure a safe house painting experience.

Whether you intend to paint your house on your own or plan to get a professional on board, it is important to take some safety precautions before and while painting.

Choose anti-bacterial paint

We all care for our loved ones and will do whatever it takes to ensure their safety. Nerolac’s anti-bacterial paint, Impressions Eco Clean, takes this cause to the next level by providing you with paints that resist bacterial growth on the surface of your walls. Harmful bacteria that grow on your walls are responsible for a wide range of illnesses and infections. The only way to keep this at bay is by using an anti-bacterial and fungal resistant paint for your walls.

Keep the area Ventilated

Some people love the smell of fresh paint, but it may not be a good idea to immediately occupy a newly painted room. Make sure you keep the air in the room flowing while the painting is getting done. Keep your doors and windows open and, prevent older people, children, and pets from harm.

Check for lead

If you are living in a really old house, then there are chances that the paint in there may consist of lead. Don’t sand lead paint as it is very toxic and you don’t want to spread it in your home. Take extra precautions to protect yourself and your loved ones, including your pets, from lead exposure.

These were a few tips to keep in mind to make sure you have a safe painting experience. Planning to get your home painted? Consult with our experts today! We can help you with a range of safe home paint colours and great home paint designs. Not to mention, an overall safe home painting experience.

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