Begin your painting project by pouring thoroughly mixed paint into a bucket and dipping a quality 2"-2½" wide nylon/polyester brush into the paint.
Using your brush, cut in along the edge where the roofline and the fascia meet and/or where the wall and the fascia meet.
Starting at an upper corner, use your roller to paint the fascia board.
Continue working into the cut-in area with your roller until the fascia board is complete.
With your roller, paint the bottom edge of the fascia board and continue until the project is complete.
Begin your painting project by pouring thoroughly mixed paint into a bucket and dipping a quality 2"-2 ½" wide nylon/polyester brush into the paint.
Use a smooth motion to brush or roll the project area. Reload the brush or roller as necessary, when it starts to chatter.
For paneled doors and frames, paint into the recessed area of the panel. Begin at a corner of the recess and continue around its perimeter. Work from top to bottom.
Continue painting the remainder of the panel until the entire panel is complete. Repeat the process of painting the panels and their recesses until all the panels are complete. Wipe away the excess paint that has overlapped onto the stiles.
When the panels are complete, paint the stiles of the door in the following order: middle, top, center, bottom, left, right.
Starting at the top of the door frame, begin painting the inside of the frame.
Continue until the frame is complete. Wipe away the excess paint that has overlapped onto the trim.
Starting at a top corner of the door trim, begin painting along the side edge of the trim where it meets the wall. Continue until all side edges of the trim are complete.
Return to the top of the door trim and begin painting the face of the trim.
Continue until the door trim is complete.