Accent Walls with Roman Clay

Roman Clay can be used to prime your home and give it a prime finish with paint. The clay is used to create a smooth finish on the surface, which in turn makes it easier for paint to adhere to the wall.

Once you've applied the clay, you'll want to wait for it to dry before applying your first coat of paint. Once that first coat has dried, you can apply another coat of paint over it. You may need several coats of paint depending on how much work you did with the Roman Clay.

Roman Clay

Roman Clay can smooth your suface and use Skim Coat to make wall Pop!

alter-text white clay application

Applying Roman Clay to your home is a great way to give it a prime finish with paint. Roman clay is made from natural materials, and has been used since the Roman Empire. It helps protect home surfaces from mildew, mold and water damage.

alter-text white wall Here are some tips for applying Roman Clay to your home:

  1. Use a coat of exterior paint as the base coat for Roman Clay application. This will help seal any cracks that may have formed over time, making the application process smoother and more effective.

  2. Use a roller brush to apply the Roman Clay evenly across all surfaces before painting over it with your final color choice (or colors). This will help prevent streaks or blotches from showing up later on down the road when you're done painting!

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Roman Clay is a great product to use on your home. It creates a smooth surface for painting, and will make your walls look like they were professionally finished.

To apply Roman Clay to your home, simply mix 1 part clay with 2 parts water in a bucket or tub. Use a paintbrush to apply the mixture to the wall, making sure you get all sides and crevices. After you've brushed it on evenly, use a sponge or towel to wipe off any excess mixture from the wall so that it's clean and dry.

Let the mixture dry for about two hours before applying a primer coat of paint over it. This will ensure that your new clay finish won't peel off when you paint over it later!

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