basement after

Painting a Basement

Learn how to paint your basement the easy way by using a Wagner paint sprayer to get the job done quickly and receive a great finish.



Meg from Green With Decor used our FLEXiO 3000 paint sprayer to give her basement a fresh coat of paint!


basement walls before


basement walls after

Prep the room

Prep your room. Use masking film and painters tape to tape off doors, windows, trim, the ceiling, outlets and light switch covers. Cover the floor with a drop cloth.

taped outlets

Get your sprayer ready

Stir and pour your paint into the paint sprayer cup. Assemble your paint sprayer.

flexio sprayer

Adjust settings

Set your paint sprayer settings.

stir and pour paint

Start painting

Paint! Move with your sprayer, don’t flick your wrist. Keep the sprayer 6-8 inches from your wall. Cover one full wall, then move to the next until your room is painted.

spraying wall

Clean your sprayer and remove masking

Clean up. Clean your paint sprayer, and take down all painters tape and masking film.

This sponsored post was created by Green with Decor. For more details on this project, head to Green With Decor’s post: How to paint a room with a paint sprayer.

finished basement
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