Finishes Painting and varnishing
Ceiling texturing
Cabinet staining or enameling
Mural painting
Spraying fine finishes
Re-grouting and sealing tile
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Custom stain matching and refinishing

Faux Finishes
Faux finishing is a painting technique used to create the illusion of texture on a wall. It’s developed into something of an art form, using sponges and rags to produce effects that leave virtually no traces of the tools. It’s appropriate on drywall, plaster or wood, and requires no more preparation than any other new paint job, just a clean, primed surface ready for finishing.

Sponge Finishes
The most common faux finishes are accomplished with natural sea sponges, applying one or more accent colors over the base coat.

Rag Roll Finish
Rag-rolling is a faux finish similar in technique to the sponge finish, but rags are used instead.

Parchment Glaze
A variation on the rag roll technique produces a finish that looks like old parchment.

A marble type look.

A ragging technique that gives a soft, suede look.

A cracked, marble look.

Pro Team Painting Plus can help you achieve the elegant look of faux finishing in your home. Our trained applicators specialize in many techniques

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