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The most important precaution is to use proper microwave paint. You must be sure not to paint anything that shouldn’t be painted. Only paint the smooth, metal of the cavity if you are doing “touch up.” Don’t get paint into the switches or door latch mechanism at the front. Don’t get paint into the ventilation holes, or the waveguide hole, or on the waveguide cover. (Designs vary) My coworker used to “touch up” the paint on every microwave he worked on - to make the customer feel better about spending money on a repair, and to give the customer his or her microwave in better condition than it was when he got it. Usually the paint would bubble up on the “ceiling” of the cavity, where there were no openings, so it was a simple matter to sand away the loose paint and spray, masking as required.
DIY? I painted the popcorn ceilings in my house with a roller. The way to remove popcorn is to get it wet and scrape it off, so repeated rolling will do the same, remove it. I would use flat paint (v important for both aesthetics and future removal) and the thickest nap sheepskin roller. And just hit it once. Let it dry before any touch up. If you do end up removing some there is popcorn texture spray in a can. I just removed all the popcorn in my house and it came right off except the cathedral ceiling where my husband borrowed a spray gun and must have really done a thorough job of painting all those years ago…because the texture stuck tenaciously. (A pro would never apply that much paint, but if you rent a sprayer, beware).
Obviously something has hit the fan already. We don’t know the landlord’s reason for the boot - whether you did something forbidden or if he’s got someone else he wants to occupy the place. Expect to move elsewhere - starting immediately - while this is being resolved, probably through the court system. Don’t expect to go back there except to collect your belongings. Don’t go near there without first contacting the police department and arranging in advance for a deputy to be there and keep either of you from doing anything to the other. Don’t go near the place without at least one witness in addition to the policeman. If you manage to get back inside, make arrangements to take ALL your things in that one visit. And photograph everything before you or your crew touches anything, including the condition of the place - holes in the wall, missing refrigerator, plumbing ripped out, nasties spray painted on the ceiling, etc. You can and should expect a genuine pissing contest from the landlord once in court, so be prepared with evidence to back you up. If he’s a Drumpf who has a history of screwing their tenants, ask around to see what stunts they experienced as well. A history of being a turd, with witnesses, might go a long way in court. Fight clean, but fight as dirty as you can without crossing the line. Good luck. I’m revising to add this: Clearly the landlord has already proven he/she is ready to play dirty. There’s no reason to expect anything but dirty tricks from them. I repeat - don’t go near the place without a reliable witness, the more the better. I realized I had not addressed the fight in court adequately. First, I’m not a lawyer, so don’t take this as gospel. Ask someone trained in local law to know for sure. Earlier I mentioned being prepared to fight as dirty as possible without crossing the line. Read your Rental/Lease Agreement, Contract, or whatever you signed prior to moving in. EACH WORD THEREIN IS IMPORTANT, NO MAKE THAT “VITAL”. Almost certainly it was written by a lawyer, so the landlord’s position is usually secure. It should spell out the terms upon which you were to move in, move out, settle disputes, what condition the place was alleged to be in prior to your move, what is expected of you when you move out, what obligations the landlord has (does he take care of leaky pipes, replace burned-out light bulbs, provide security of some kind to keep thieves from breaking in?), if and how you can get your deposit back, and probably other things. In short, if you signed away your first-born in order to move in, you will have trouble. OTOH if you have a decent landlord/rental agent, you may be okay. Either way that Agreement will be the strongest tool both you and the landlord have in court. Abide by it. Thanks everyone for the upvotes, interest, etc. in this topic. I’m sure there are other viewpoints, so please review other’s answers as well.
Overspray onto items you don’t want painted, time it takes to mask up to avoid the overspray also if you spray ceilings and walls touching up any areas later by brush will show up, so for example if I’m painting ceilings but I know an electrician is coming to put in a load of down lights, I will always cut and roll the ceilings rather than spray as touching up his hand marks will show up.
There is an instruction that details what colors are allowed for use aboard ships, and where the colors are to be used. Interior white is what is used on most vertical surfaces like walls and the ceiling, with a strip of black along the floor like how houses have baseboards. Black is used at exterior entrances for light control, and machinery red is used in engineering spaces. Sometimes spaces that are not manned full time will have painted floors, usually in deck grey. Examples of these are storerooms. I used to work at the shop that issued all this paint out. Really, there is only a dozen that get used often. Interior white, haze grey, deck grey, machinery red, non-skid, black, gold (on the anchors, long story as to why), and purple (JP-5 pipes). There are others used for color coding pipes, but those are typically painted in shipyards, and are only touched up by the crew via spray paint.
There are products available that will change the color to oil rubbed bronze and if you also use a clear matte sealer it will probably last longer. However, paint is still paint so you will probably need to touch up in a few years. I have used Rust Oleum on to change the metal color on ceiling fans with great success.
Matte paint can be cleaned if you are careful and use something soft, like a very soft cloth or sponge. Spray the cleaner on the cloth, not the wall, and rinse immediately with another soft, wet cloth. I have had success with Simple Green and TSP in the past, but some stains like black scuff marks probably won’t come off. Flat paint can only be cleaned with Magic Erasers, and the problem with those is that they also remove the paint. It’s tricky to lift just the stain and not the paint with it. Flat paint does generally touch up well though, that’s the reason some places use it on walls as well as ceilings. If you don’t have leftover original wall paint, you can cut a small piece out of the wall with a razor knife. The paint store needs a half dollar sized piece to match it. Or, some Sherwin Williams have portable color match guns that you can borrow to match your color with. Be warned, if they don’t have that gun, they may try to send you home with a color deck and match it yourself. Don’t bother, that ,never ,works. I recommend doing wall touch ups with a small roller set up rather than a brush, it blends better.
Since you said ceiling and walls, I will say "orange peel". It is usually applied as a spray. I have only seen a "popcorn" finish on a ceiling and never on a wall and it is more clumpy than a "grit" finish. Also "popcorn" in an older house often contains asbestos, so if you are removing or altering a true popcorn finish, you usually have to have a small piece tested at a lab for % of asbestos content before playing with it. Some info in the comments to this old post of mine on popcorn ceilings. Popcorn ceiling removal If you google "orange peel" finish you will find a number of products and tutorials on application, sometimes with a nap roller and sometimes with a spray for a touch up.
It didn’t happen to me, (well yeah it did) but my wife. Our daughter was small and I was given the chore to put her to bed while my wife made a candy recipe, “Aunt Bill’s Famous Brown Candy”. It was a recipe that her great aunt or great grandmother had clipped out of a newspaper in the early 1920’s. It involved sugar and vanilla, slow cooking the sugar to make a caramel candy confection. This was to be given out to relatives when we went home for Christmas which was a few short days away. My wife was attempting to use an electric stove to render this confection. The electric element would kick on and become too hot then shut off and not be hot enough. So while trying to stir the mix and keep it from burning and keep an even heat she had to partially remove it from the hot coils when they kicked on and slide them on for full contact when they kicked off. It was a frustrating endeavor and several batches were overheated in the process. The last attempt occurred just before I came down from upstairs where my daughter was now asleep. As I decended the stairs I heard several exclamatory remarks and a loud “whoosh” sound. As I peered into the kitchen my wife had a hand towel over her face and there was steam coming up out of the sink where the skillet she was using lay. The mix had gotten too hot and she had poured it down the garbage disposal before it stuck to the pan, just then she realized that the sugar would set in the garbage disposal, so she turned on the water and the garbage disposal. The water quickly turned to steam in the garbage disposal bringing some of the hot caramel sugar mix with it up out of the mouth of the garbage disposal. It spray-splattered over the entire kitchen, ceiling, floor, cabinets, center island, stove, refrigerator, wife, etc, etc,. She asked that I help her clean up the mess. This involved a wet sponge to loosen the now hard candy droplets and a sharp knife to pop them loose. I got a ladder and started on the ceiling, frequently changing the warm water in the bowl I was using and washing out the sponge. She quickly excused herself to take a quick shower and get the sticky confection out of her hair and off of her skin. After 1- 1/2 hours of me cleaning by myself in the kitchen and me wondering what could be taking her so long. I felt a tug on my pant leg. I looked down to see her in an evening gown. With her asking me “what do you think of this gown for the company Christmas party this weekend?” At that point I exclaimed “I have been in here cleaning up your mess and you have been in the back room trying on evening gowns?” A rather heated exchange occurred for a couple minutes and I said I was going to bed she could clean up her own mess. About 4:00 am she hopped into bed and woke me to let me know that she had cleaned up everything AND painted the ceiling. I rolled over and went to back to sleep for the 30 minutes I had left before the alarm went off. I got up the next morning and while I ate my breakfast I looked at the ceiling, a brown stain was appearing where the sugar caramel clumps were slowly leeching through the new paint. I could feel clumps of sugar still on the cabinet doors. The floor had been mopped, but my bare feet were sticking to the tile. I then took my morning shower, dressed and went off to work. Sometime during the day she called me at work and said she was still cleaning up some of the sugar-caramel mess, it had gone farther than she thought it had. I asked about the ceiling and there was a long pause. Then a “I might need you to help with it some more.” When I got home. The floor was clean and the mop was hanging on the back fence. I changed clothes and got a can of sealer paint from the garage and started “touching up” the brown stains on the ceiling. After I finished those I resumed popping the sugar- caramel clumps off the cabinets, counter tops, stove, top of the refrigerator, etc,. The next evening when I got home I got the paint for the ceiling and “touched up” the primer spots on the ceiling. It was three years before she brought up the subject of making “Aunt Bill’s Famous Brown Candy” again. I told her it had to be made out side on the patio, using my gas camp stove and cast iron skillet. She then asked if I would help her. Several hours later I had the first batch made. At the end of the evening I had four batches made and everything cleaned up with no accidents. I thought it was time to celebrate. I went into the house and pulled down a couple champagne glasses from the top of the cabinet, as I started pouring wine into them I noticed some brown spots (more sugar-caramel flecks). I said nothing and waited for my wife to notice, after several moments she looked at her glass and exclaimed how dirty it was, taking a finger nail to the speck, it popped off, she rolled it in her finger and then stuck it to her tongue. She glanced at me then looked at the glass, then looked at the floor and ask no one in particular if she would ever live down attempting to making “Aunt Bill’s Famous Brown Candy.” I got a hand towel and mopped up the wine I had spewed across the kitchen and we both laughed. I think that was the last batch of “Aunt Bill’s Famous Brown Candy” that we ever made.