Supplies and Tools:
Blue paint tape
Paint brush 1.5 -inch
Semi-gloss white paint
Mrs. Skissors called me to her home in Grand Terrace, California and she needed some basic door interior jamb re-painted. Her children had painted the door and the jamb pink. Mr. Skissors had painted the door but not the door jamb.
This post shows the three steps to painting an interior door jamb on an exterior door.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the paint used on the door. Fig.2 and fig.3 shows the application of the blue paint tape along side of the door molding. Fig.3 shows a better view on the right side of the door.
|Fig.2 Painter's tape|
|Fig.3 Around door|
|Fig.4 Paint |
|Fig.5 Door jamb|
|Fig.6 By hinge|
|Fig.8 painting |
inside door edge
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