*This is a sponsored post. I partnered with Wagner for the transformation of these walls. For more info, see my full disclosure*
Hey dear friends! So, as you would have guessed I am a little behind on posting my update on my sunroom (but apparently, I don’t miss a step on my YouTube channel???♀️).
The struggle is real ya’ll!
It was pretty dingy and dark.
But not anymore!
I had the opportunity to partner with Wagner and we tested out the Wagner Control Pro 130 to paint our sunroom walls.
We knew we had a lot of painting to do in this house and we wanted a machine that would work for a large amount of painting. Also one that wouldn’t tire our hands out. We thought this was the best solution and boy, were we right!
I keep saying “we” cause my hubby did all the painting ?
See, we had these exterior vertical panels in our sunroom with a TON of texture.
We knew that getting into all of those grooves was going to be a pain in the you know what, so naturally we were excited to have the opportunity to test this baby out. After all, it also said it would cut our painting time by 14!
We are naturally fast painters (because of all the walls we have painted in our past). But this made our jaws drop.
All of the walls, doors and trim were painted in 15 minutes…. ?
Of course, my Latino Engineer (aka the hubby) did the painting and he did 2 coats, each on different days…. so 30 minutes in all. It took him a couple of minutes to get going, but once he did, he looked like a pro.
Check out for yourself below!
We Painted The Sunroom
Now I will say, prep took a bit of work and time, but this room has 3 doors and 10 windows! Most rooms don’t have that many.
However, I will say, clean up was a breeze!
Plus, if you are wondering how we painted the panes on the windows so perfectly, it’s a Dollar Tree hack, so make sure you watch the video!
Now, it’s on to the next step in the vision board.
See you back here soon!