We decided to go with ICI Dulux moonlight shadow, which is a very light gray color, and similar to our wall color.
What's interesting about ICI Dulux is that they do not stock up colors. Instead they use a machine to mix the pigments to come up with the color chosen by the client from the color palette.This method greatly reduces the paint color stock. Instead they stock only on 1 item: a paint tin that is partially filled with resin and water (I think).
- paint brush
- paint roller
- roller pan
- paint (remember your color!)
- masking tape (preferably the blue type)
- paint thinner (actually, I didn't use it)
- newspapers (lots of them to cover your floor)
- drinking water
My personal tip for you is not to put too much paint on your brush and roller. After you've done with your second (or third) coating, wait from between 30 minutes to a few hours before you pull out the masking tape at 45 degrees angle.
If the coating is too heavy, this is what you'll get when you rip off the masking tape:
My wall, before (with masking tape):
My wall, after.. masking tape still on:
This is the result I got because I couldn't remember the color! Ugly isn't it?
now, I have no choice but to paint it entirely!!!