Saturday, March 15, 2014

How to Paint Garage Bedroom - Part 13 of 19 - Molding - Installing New Baseboards - 1

Tape measure
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:
Tape measure
MDF Seven-Eleven Base moldings 8-ft

Mrs D. wanted her bedroom wall fixed, new baseboards to replace the missing ones, new ceiling and walls painted and she needed this job done as fast as possible.

This post the tree steps to troubleshoot the bedroom/office moldings.

Step 1: Fig.1 shows the baseboard that will be used to repair the missing moldings. Fig.2 shows the price at The Home Depot for the moldings. Wood was not available in the pattern selected by Mr. Tomato, the seven-eleven base was made of MDF.
Fig.1 Door base
Fig.2 MDF Prices
Step 2: Fig.3 shows the warning signs that are place at the warehouse stores. If you are sensitive to this type of product have someone else purchase it and install it for you. Fig.4 shows another warning placed on the back of the MDF molding.

Fig.3 Dust warnings

Fig.4 California warnings
Step 3: Fig.5 through fig.7 shows the missing baseboard moldings that will need to be spliced and replaced.
Fig.5 Missing baseboards
Fig.6 Another view
Fig.7 Corner view

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