the beginner s guide to patching and painting baseboards, diy, paint colors, painting, wall decor, woodworking projects, The Beginner s Guide to Patching and Painting Baseboards written by a beginner for beginners

How To Paint Baseboards WITHOUT Getting Paint On Your Carpet

The Beginner s Guide to Patching and Painting Baseboards {written by a beginner, for beginners}

Got Wood? Get rid of scratches and dings with a simple wipe. No need to sand and refinish, and its cheap!! Clean up your wood cabinets, doors, baseboards in a matter of minutes!

Got Wood? Get rid of scratches and dings with a simple wipe. No need to sand and refinish, and it's cheap! Clean up your wood cabinets, doors, baseboards in a matter of minutes! I thought I had to sand and re-stain my bedroom set!

Step by step photo tutorial showing how to paint over stained, varnished, or urethaned pieces of furniture.  {In My Own Sty.com}

How to Paint An Old Wood Chest of Drawers that has a stain and varnish/urethane finish on it.how to paint the old oak table

13 Of The Most Practical Tutorials Every Homeowner Should Pin Right Now

13 Of The Most Practical Tutorials Every Homeowner Should Pin Right Now

DIY Quickie Home Fix-It to Refresh Baseboards - easy repair for cracked baseboards, great tip for painting rooms!

How to Paint a Door {without brush marks}

Blissfully Ever After: How to Paint a Door {without brush marks}. If only I knew this 4 months ago when I was painting the doors for our house

Before we bought this house I probably couldn't even tell you what to use   caulking for, besides the tub! But after installing hundreds and hundreds   of feet in new baseboards in trimwork I think I have become somewhat of a   pro. Not only because I know how to do it, but because I have mastered a

Secrets of caulking and painting trim

11 Things to Clean for Spring Cleaning with Amazing Tips

11 Things to Clean for Spring Cleaning with Amazing Tips & Tricks

Best-Kept Secrets of Professional Painters  Pros usually follow a certain order when painting a room. They paint the trim first, then the ceiling, then the walls. That’s because it’s easier (and faster) to tape off the trim than to tape off the walls. And you certainly don’t want to tape them both off! When painting the trim, you don’t have to be neat. Just concentrate on getting a smooth finish on the wood. Don’t worry if the trim paint gets slopped onto the walls. You’ll cover it later…

Best-Kept Secrets of Professional Painters

10 Interior House Painting Tips & Painting Techniques for the Perfect Paint Job {this is great! Re-read this later. Paint the trim first and don't worry about taping it. Then tape it and paint the walls. Other great tips in here.

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