Posted by Brusse Ancelin on Sunday, 17 November, 2019 14:00:42
The Valspar exterior range is described as a "smooth acrylic paint designed to protect and decorate the outside of your home" (or cubby!) From what I read this product provides a mould and algae-resistant film and protection against cracking, flaking and peeling.
If you're painting the cubby house, give the kids a paint brush and let them paint the walls. You may need to help them and do the detail work, but they will enjoy painting and seeing the results. If you're not handy with tools, look at kit cubby houses. They are designed to be built with common tools and can be built in a weekend.
Tips and ideas for painting your cubby. Paints now seem to have primers included which saves a job! The paint ratio you need is approx 7.5 square meters = 1 litre of paint. To speak in English, I generally find 1 litre will do two coats for a couple of feature walls. Most people seem to do an all over white coat to start, and 4 litres of paint works for that.
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PAINTING CUBBY HOUSE WALL PANELS Stand panels up against a wall. Theres no need to paint the bottom if for indoors as this will not be seen. Using a micro fibre roller, load with paint and start rolling the flat surface. Use the end of the roller to get into the slots and roll over the edges of the wall.
A cardboard cubby house for kids to colour, paint and draw on, creating a safe and cosy space for your precious ones. Delivered flat-packed to your door, easy to assemble, designed to last and simple to fold-away when not in use.