Wood paneling – Place a plastic layer over the entire surface of the soil and place tape on all sockets and molds. Make sure there are no spaces small near the floorboards, as the varnish is very thin and easily splashes. Take 1 gallon (3.79 l) of white or whitish paint in a bucket of 3 gallons (11.36 l). You can use water-based paint or oil for the project. Dilute the paint 25 percent to form the clear coat. When using water based paint, adds 1/4 gallon (950 cc) of water to the bucket. When using oil-based paint, adds 1/4 gallon of thinner to the hub.
Stir well the mixture with a paint stirrer wood paneling.
Dip a brush into the bucket of paint and apply it on the wall with long, thin brushstrokes. It covers an area that is approximately 4 feet by 4 feet (1.2 m by 1.2 m) and then stop. Allow the paint to set for 10 minutes.
Cleans painted with a clean cloth with long downward movements area. Do not rub the cloth back and forth. If desired, clean the area a second time for a cleaner look. Continues to paint small sections of the wood paneling and wiping until all panels are covered. Let the paint dry overnight and apply a thin layer of colorless water-based sealer on the panels of wood .