Ready to paint the exterior of your house?
Cool! I’ve created these exterior house painting videos to help you do the job right. My “Exterior Painting 10-Step Series” will guide you through the entire house painting process, from pressure-washing the house to scraping, caulking, priming, and painting. Whether you’re painting with a brush and roller or plan to spray paint your house, follow along with these videos and make sure you do the job right!
Also check out my “Exterior House Painting Tips” videos. These include important information on using a paint sprayer, taping off windows and doors, cleaning your brushes, storing your brushes and rollers overnight—and much more! I’ll periodically be adding to the “Tips” series, so subscribe to my YouTube channel if you want to be emailed every time a new video is posted.
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Exterior Painting 10-Step Series:
Introduction to the 10-Step Series
Step 1: Pressure-Washing the House
Step 2: Scraping Loose Paint
Step 3: Caulking the House
Step 4: Priming Bare Wood
Step 5: Removing the Downspouts
Step 6: Masking (Taping) the House and Placing Drop Cloths
Step 7: Brushing and Rolling the House
Step 7: Spray Painting the House
Step 8: Painting the Trim
Step 9: Staining the Deck
Step 10: Put Up, Touch Up and Clean Up
Exterior House Painting Tips:
Cleaning a Paint Brush (Latex)
Cleaning a Paint Brush (Oil)
How to Use a Paint Sprayer
Cleaning a Paint Sprayer
Storing Your Brush and Roller Overnight
Storing a Paint Sprayer Overnight
Masking Doors and Windows
Painting a Garage Door
Painting a Paneled Entry Door
Painting in the Rain
Safely Using an Extension Ladder
How to Fall Off a Ladder
The IMPORTANT Fingernail Scratch Test
The Ten Essentials of House Painting Equipment
How to Use Blue Painter’s Tape