Can you paint behind a toilet without removing it? Painting behind your toilet requires only a few basic tools, a little bit of prep, and just a few minutes of work. I’m going to show you how a little bit of prep, a brush, and mini roller will get the wall behind your toilet painted perfectly without missing any wall space or getting paint all over your toilet.
When painting a bathroom How do you paint behind the toilet?
- Protect Tank. Lift the toilet tank lid and carefully store it outside of the bathroom.
- Make the DIY Paint Pad. Use a utility knife to score a 1-inch mark on one of the paint stirring sticks.
- Dab Paint on Pad.
- Paint Behind Tank.
- Paint Behind Bowl.
Can you remove toilet tank to paint?
How do you take apart a toilet when painting?
- Lock the toilet stop to disconnect the tank from the main water supply.
- Move to the bottom of the tank and pull the water hose.
- Extract the tank from the toilet and start the paint job.
- After removing it, apply colors on the wall with the mini roller.