Paint over wood paneling – Firstly, tape around the edge of the wall panels. To protect it from the paint, lay drop cloths on the floor. Rene panels with a damp cloth. Fill holes and irregular cracks with putty and smooth with a spatula. Sand when dry and repeat until the putty is smooth. Second, if the panels are smooth, sand it with a fine grit sandpaper. So the paint will adhere.
Using a brush to cut into the primer in the cracks and the edges of the panels
The primer must be specifically designed to work with the type of paint you use to paint over wood paneling. Pour the primer in a paint tray and use a roller to paint large surfaces. Keep a damp cloth nearby, you paint easily clean up dripping or mistakes as you work. Let the primer dry according to the manufacturer’s recommendation before painting. Fourth, grinding of edges and cracks by means of a brush. Both oil and latex-based paints can work on panels.
Oil-based paint will adhere better and covering dark colors,
while latex paints are easier to work with and resist fading. Pour paint into a paint tray and run over large surfaces with a roller. As with primer, keep a damp cloth handy to wipe drips and bugs. Let the paint dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Fifth, if necessary, add another layer of paint to the panels. Let dry completely before removing the painter’s tape to avoid paint peeling. Clean brushes with a wire brush and Mineral Spirits if you use oil-based paint, with water if using latex. Rinse paint hills. And you can enjoy your paint over wood paneling now.