|Fig.1 Kilz® |
Supplies and Tools:
Kilz® white primer
Frazee ® White Paint
Paint brush 1 inch
Masking tape, 3 inches
Mrs. Hew called me because she was having a huge family party. Mrs. Hew noticed that she had damages from her dogs and she wanted her baseboards painted and some minor wall damage repaired.
This post shows how damaged baseboards can be repaired and repainted.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the baseboards were painted with Kilz® latex primer.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the customer's to paint the damaged baseboards.
|Fig.2 Frazee ® White Paint|
|Fig.3 Damaged baseboards|
Step 5: Fig.5 shows the baseboards have been washed with soapy water and wiped dry.
|Fig.4 Dirty baseboards|
|Fig.5 Wipe baseboards|
Step 7: Fig.7 shows the painting brush applying paint on the top of the baseboards.
|Fig.6 Paint baseboards|
|Fig.7 Pain top of baseboards|
Step 9: Fig.9 shows the job is finished and the baseboards are ready to be inspected.
|Fig.8 Semi-gloss paint|
|Fig.10 Finished baseboards|
Step 12: Fig.12 shows the area has been vacuumed for painting debris. Now Mrs Hew is already for her party and she can plan for other activities.
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