Supplies and Tools:
Caulking gun manual
Paint brush 2-Inch
Paint tray disposable
White latex caulking
White exterior primer
Mr. Phu Yong called us from the Santa Monica PennySaver. He owned an older Valley Cottage home with lots of little white Pekingese. The dogs had eaten the garage sides of the door, including the wood molding.
This post shows the five steps on how to temporary repair the moldings until Mr. Yong can order the wood molding for the garage side door. This post was made possible with my friend Carl who who helped me resolved Mr. Yong repairs.
Step 1: Check out the problem, this one needed new stucco molding, new door jambs and now interior moldings. Mr. Yong stated all the molding was on back order and he wanted us just to make it tolerable. Above fig.1 shows latex caulking being applied to the interior of the door molding. Fig.2 shows how exterior caulking was applied to the gaps in the moldings between the molding and the stucco.
Step 3: Fig.3 shows Carl painting the exterior door molding with white exterior primer.
|Fig.4 Jamb repaired|
|Fig.5 Photo taken|
|Fig.6 Jamb |
|Fig.7 Job done|
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