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Interior Painting: What Type of Paint Do You Need?
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Interior Painting: What Type of Paint Do You Need? Home Repair Articles | July 20
, 2011
This article provides an overview on the types of paint available for interior painting and the benefits as well as disadvantages of each type. Read on to learn more.

If you are considering painting your home?s interior, there are several things to consider before you start buying the paint. First you need to decide what type of paint you want and need on your walls.?

There are several different types of paint material options available for interior painting projects including flat, oyster, semi- gloss and oil-based gloss. Flat paint is generally the cheapest and lacks any kind of gloss
, hence the name. Flat is easily marked up by fingerprints and easily shows dirt and wear so it isn?t easy to keep looking fresh. Flat paint is great for a first coat, especially if you need to cover up a darker color because you are going to a lighter color but consider where you intend to put flat before you commit to it because it isn?t a good fit for every room.

Semi-gloss is by far the most common choice for interior painting because it is easy to apply, water based for easy clean up and is almost mistake proof to apply. Semi-gloss paint is easy to wipe clean and keep looking fresh and dries relevantly quickly. Semi- gloss is also a good choice for rooms that tend to draw moisture such as your kitchen or bath. These are not rooms to attempt flat paint in since moist air can make flat look damaged relevantly quickly.?

Oyster is not a color in this instance but rather a kind of a mix between semi-gloss and flat. Oyster is ideal if you want a flat sheen but don?t want a flat paint and it offers a hint of gloss without being a full on semi -gloss shine. Like flat and semi-FFFF gloss, oyster is water-soluble so clean up is easy.

Your final paint selection for interior painting is an oil-based gloss. This is not water based soluble and it is not easy to apply without every mistake in your brush stroke showing. Don?t attempt an oil-based gloss on your own; this type of paint is strictly for the professional painters. Oil based paint offers a thicker
, richer looking paint and the results are definitely longer lasting. But it isn?t a paint that you can touch up on your own and if you have ever examined good oil based paint job you will see why; every brush stroke is visible. It takes a long time to dry and most of the time it is reserved for areas that get heavy finger traffic such as railings, fireplace mantles, cabinets and the like.?

Once you decide on the type of paint you want your next step is to decide on what color to use. Avoid the most common mistakes and forgo dark colors that can make a room appear small and dark, and other off colors that like Pepto Bismol pink that at best only look good in moderation
, not coating four walls of a room.

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Sinus surgery is the last result after several methods of non-surgical and medicated infection and obstruction relief have been applied. When sinus surgery is needed it comes with the usual possibility of complications but it can also provide long term relief to improve breathing and sinus drainage as well.

If you've been blowing your nose every morning for years, if you use breathing strips to breath at night, and if you've been taking sinus medication or antibiotics for months or years
, it's time to consider what sinus surgery can do to improve your sinus health and comfort. There are invasive procedures that can accompany other major structural issues in the nasal cavity and there are non-invasive options that interest people with infection, blockage, and breathing concerns only. Regardless of your discomfort or reasoning for concerns of what is going on with your sinuses, there is a way to achieve relief with or without surgery. The first step is to visit a otolaryngology also known as an ear
, nose and throat specialist. He or she will either perform or be consulted on your particular surgery whether you require it alone or are having it with a cosmetic procedure.

The two main objectives in the performance of sinus surgery are to improve proper drainage and breathing. Yet, there are allergy and sinus sufferers, of varying ages, that wonder about how a sinus condition can get to the stage of recommended or required surgical intervention. There are four main surgical procedures for sinus drainage improvement known as functional endoscopic
, image-guided endoscopic, balloon sinuplasty and Caldwell-Luc surgery. An ear, nose and throat specialists utilize image-guided endoscopic technique for structural abnormalities. The balloon sinuplasty is where a balloon catheter is moved into the sinus, the balloon is inflated
, and a saline solution is squirted into the sinus cavity to wash out the mucus. Finally the catheter is removed. This can be completed with general or local anesthesia depending upon the level of blockage. Lastly the Caldwell-Luc technique is now predominantly used for the removal of tumors because it involves the most invasive incision within the cheekbone. So, what leads to all of this surgery talk?

First of all, sinus surgery is the last result after many non-surgical medications and infection techniques have been applied that are designed to alleviate pressure, clogs and bacteria. There are several conditions that sinus sufferers can be dealing with. Sinusitis is the development of inflammation of the nasal sinus tissue or walls. This involves inflammation of the paranasal sinuses as the result of a viral
, bacterial or fungal infection after a cold but it won't get better. Those patients dealing with a polyp or cyst is a sac of.
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