Cutting in Benjamin Moore White Dove

After the ceiling and walls were primed, John cut in the ceiling with (Benjamin Moore) Waterbourne Ultra Flat Ceiling Paint.

He cut in with two coats of paint…

Above the box bay window…


After cutting in the ceiling, John rolled it. Then it was time to cut in the walls with White Dove.

He cut in the inside walls and where the walls meet the ceiling…

I came home from work and saw that the kitchen walls were ready to be rolled…

The White Dove is a creamy white compared to the Chicklet white primed walls.

Next: Rolling the Kitchen Walls


One thought on “Cutting in Benjamin Moore White Dove

  1. For my kitchen and bathroom I used a semi-gloss or gloss (can’t remember which) because I wanted a surface that was easier to clean. I think with a flat ceiling you are going to be repainting more often.

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