Woodiwiss Painting Guides

Cleaning 101: Removing Scuffs from Your Newly Painted Wall 

Painting the walls can do a lot to freshen up your house. A clean house makes for a comfortable living area, as well as being welcoming to visitors. When it comes to cleaning, the walls of a house are often overlooked. Whether this is due to not having time, not knowing how or simply missing…

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10 Important Areas to Paint if You’re Planning on Selling Your Home

There are so many factors to consider when the time comes to sell your home. Along with getting married and having children, moving house is widely agreed to be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. Your house needs to look as attractive as possible, both inside and out, so depending on…

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6 ways to improve your curb appeal in Walnut Creek, CA

If you want to sell your home tomorrow or next year or never, having a house that looks great and makes you feel good is something everyone can care about!  You’ll feel a sense of pride and your neighbors will appreciate the new view when you improve your curb appeal. All throughout Walnut Creek people…

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White House

If you wondered how the prior owners chose those paint colors, you should see what happens at the White House

Presidential cover-ups do better with paint Since the moment John and Abigail Adams moved into the new Executive Mansion on November 1, 1800, almost no President has wanted to live there. The Adams’ initial enthusiasm waned quickly. It was cold and damp in the winter, the smell of plaster lingered forever, and Abigail bemoaned hanging…

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How to deep clean kitchen cabinets without harsh chemicals

Cleaning kitchen cabinets is a task in most people’s minds in that space between cleaning the baseboards and the basement. We know it needs cleaning and we almost never do it as part of any regular house cleaning work. That’s a shame because not only are kitchen cabinets subjected to some of the worst air…

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Not every paint or painter is the same. Here’s how a gallon of paint is like a gallon of ice cream.

Remember where you were the first time you had a bad haircut? Maybe it was high school and your mom thought the new hairstyle place would be just fine. Or what happened after you decided to save on that oil change by going to the quick-fix place close to work? How about the time you…

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Springtime Tips from Woodiwiss Painting

Here are some ways that you can prep your house so that you can enjoy some springtime activities with your family and friends this season. Spring Cleaning Assistance If you have done all you can to prep your home and need us to help you bring back that brand-new-house feeling, then give us a call…

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Ask Woodiwiss: “Seriously, how often should I repaint the inside of my house?”

You’ll probably want to repaint the inside of your house every seven years. Less if you have kids and maybe even closer to 10+ years if you don’t have kids and don’t smoke. Except when you don’t. And there are some exceptions. You might need a new paint job because your taste changed We get…

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