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  • Jennifer Larsen

    great tips for repainting chipped, flaking or dirty moldings. Need for our rentals with several layers of painted trim from 1910.

  • Rebecca Seitz

    Trim Painting Tips: The Family Handyman magazine. How to repaint chipped, flaking or dirty moldings so they look like new; the secrets of a professional looking job.

  • Claudia Frazee

    Specific painting techniques ("cut in", "lay on", "lay off", etc.) How to repaint chipped, flaking or dirty moldings so they look like new... the secrets of a professional-looking job.

  • Mary Moore

    how to repaint chipped, flaking or dirty moldings so they look like new... the secrets of a professional-looking job. If we decide to not strip the already painted wood in our house

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