@Thebo: Have the paint scraped-off with a 'paTTi' (if there has been seepage). Then if there are any cracks, or holes in your walls, the painter will use a paTTi to dig them out, like a dentist, and then fill them up with putty. Or better yet use 'Pigeon Crack Filler' to seal the cracks as well. Then with a 'batti' and/or 'raigmaal' he will smooth-out the surface that needs a fresh coat of paint. Feel the walls with your hand. The wall should feel smooth-as-silk, BEFORE any paint goes on it. Depending upon the colour there before (dark, light) he will have to deploy 1-2 (or more coats) of paint. Use a respected brand, like Dulux, ICI, etc. If you have children, or the area gets dirty frequently, like a kitchen, a better option would be to go for ENAMEL, rather than EMULSION. You can clean the oil-based enamel with a wet cloth with ease. Or you can paint walls 4-5 feet from the ground in enamel, and then rest of the wall, in the same colour, but in emulsion (like we did). But first make sure the company sells the SAME colour in both Emulsion and Enamel! Sheikh 'Been There, Done That' Chilli
I have a query4 u tufail bro as its clearly mentioned in infini AC out put that it can handle 17A current of AC output and if we calculate ot according to Ohm law i.e P=VI Means 17A×220V=3740watts can infini 3kw+ handle this kind of output load?