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    Trim Painting Tips - the pros share tips on the best ways to patch, caulk, prime & paint trim.

  • 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.

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

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Great tips for painting your house on your own!

Make your own trim—cheap! Cut any profile When a job calls for painted trim, I almost always cut costs with MDF. Even inexpensive wood, like this poplar baseboard, costs four times as much. To make trim, I cut MDF sheets into strips and shape the edges with a router or router table. With the right bit, I can create just about any trim profile, simple or fancy. Some home centres carry ready-made MDF trim for less than the price of solid wood.

How to repaint chipped, flaking or dirty moldings so they look like new; the secrets of a professional-looking job.