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I got roped into an interior paint.

I saw thermostats on the wall, but no baseboards.

“Oh, yes,” I recalled as I remembered that ceiling heat was a thing. Not very common here.

Any concerns painting the thing? It’s in great shape.

Planning on rolling it with a power roller, eminence or ProMar ceiling paint.


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I got roped into an interior paint.

I saw thermostats on the wall, but no baseboards.

“Oh, yes,” I recalled as I remembered that ceiling heat was a thing. Not very common here.

Any concerns painting the thing? It’s in great shape.

Planning on rolling it with a power roller, eminence or ProMar ceiling paint.


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You will have no issues as long as you make sure the heat is off while applying the paint.

If you don't, when it dries, it will show the coil runs.

As long as the heat is off, paint it like any other ceiling, no special products needed.
 
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Interesting. Have not run into any of those older ceiling radiant heating systems in a long time. Glad they are in good shape and not needing repairs, like already said, make sure they are off and paint as normal. Eminence I doubt is available. Promar Ceiling and be sprayed and does not need back rolled as it dries so flat, that is the benefit of that product. Promar 200 flat is another option but will need back rolled.
 
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