I apologize in advance if this has been covered before. I didn’t see much in the archives or my FHB CD. I even went out and bought the Taunton book on painting and it didn’t help either.
We are painting the interior of our new construction. I will finish priming walls and ceilings tomorrow with SW Promar 700 primer/finish. I have been spraying and then backrolling with a big Graco sprayer from SW. The plan is to use the white Promar 700 as the finish coat on the ceilings, garage and in the closets; then switch to promar 200 for the walls. There will be about three colors in the house with white ceilings. Since I have the sprayer until Monday morning does it make sense to try and spray some of wall colors? If so do you cut in and roll down quite a ways from the ceiling so as not to get overspray on the white ceilings? I saw some sort of a spray/cut-in gadget at SW that looked like a big drywall knock down knife for spraying the walls right up to the ceiling, but it seems like it would still be too small to stop the spray from getting on the ceiling.
Thanks for any suggestions.