Best Way To Paint High Walls On Stairs. It’s also the least fun, so go ahead and get it out of the way early. 1) lean a ladder against the lower wall, put boards connecting it with an upper stair, and put a ladder on top of that.
2) use a baker scaffold. How to paint high walls on stairs. To reach the walls higher up, move your stepladder to the top of the stairs and place an extension ladder on a lower step, leaning it.
Cutting in is done with a 2 1/2 inch angles brush.
To reach the walls higher up, move your stepladder to the top of the stairs and place an extension ladder on a lower step, leaning it. This allows me to fold the ladder into an a, have a short end on the higher part of the stairs and the long end on the lower part of the stairs. Make sure you tape off your banister.
Dip the roller in paint, making sure to evenly cover all sides of the roller.
The smart roller works very similar to the edge roller. If pushed tight against the back of the step it will not slip. After setting up the telescoping ladder, it rests very sturdily on the floor with minimum chances of.
It’s also the least fun, so go ahead and get it out of the way early.
This eliminates having to pull the pole the whole way up to the top each time to apply more paint, or having to go down the stairs yourself to put paint on it. Place an extension ladder on one of the lower steps, leaning the top of the ladder against the wall opposite the top of. Hold the pad flat perpendicular to the surface of the paint and dunk just a bit.
Use a second step ladder on the top landing, keeping its feet a few inches back from the step edge!
Start by cutting in a nice straight line around all doors, windows, trim, and then the very top where the wall meets the ceiling (the scariest part). You can use an extension ladder with adjustable legs on it, or an extension ladder with a ladder pivot, or set up scaffolding with adjustable sides, then cut in what you have to cut in and. Paint the wall beginning at the top and worki
ng your way down.
I stopped right at the corner that you can see at the bottom of the stairs and moved on to removing the carpet and painting the stairs.now it was time to finish things up.
2) use a baker scaffold. The prep work is always first. Before we get to step 1, here’s what my hallway looked like.