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was that forest and rapheal?
I have a lot of wainscot I did with primed finger-joint Pine. Sanded, spackled and caulked. Want to prime and sand again prior to spraying. What's the best way to remove sanded residue from trim? Thanks, Bill.
TECH TIP: Fill a bucket full of water to constantly clean out your sponge. Use the sponge "Instead" of your finger for a more consisant, much quicker, more uniform caulk joint. Keep the bucket of water constantly cleaned out.
@ 11:06 check the caulk above your head to your right side.
We are building a new home and although the painters caulked and filled nail holes before painting our trim, they didn’t address dings and gouges on the trim. Our builder is telling us that they will now go back and do that and it’s just part of the process. I feel like that should’ve been done before a semi gloss was applied. Am I wrong to expect it should’ve been done before any paint was applied?
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Dope work thank you
Picasso sash brushes are best for paint trim and skirting no need to remove doors as the sash gets in the gaps around the hinges with out hitting them. Tip is not to spin just use like a normal brush just turn when you get a build up or one side runs dry.
Thank you so much Chris, I've been painting for 22 years now and I use the same process, I carry my spring loaded nail set also or just a punch and a hammer, I prefer to add a small amount of tint to spackling paste if I use it so you can see every nail hole, especially if you've got several people helping, I use Elmer's wood filler myself, it is a tan color and dries tan and is in-between Bondo and spackle hardness. I usually take my putty knife and go over the nail hole to knock down the volcano from the nail gun creating this volcano, I swipe left and right with my filler so my nail holes are over filled, when I sand I either use a finish Sander with#220 or I'll use a rubber sanding block, that way the nail holes will be completely flat, if it's high end I'll use lacquer putty for a second coat filler on my nail holes, never use lacquer putty for filling deep holes, it'll crack and shrink, it's for fine details only. I feel every nail hole as I go to be certain every one cannot be felt, always remember, you feel it you'll see it. Thank you so much for your professional tips and techniques.sincerely Lorenzo gig harbor WA.
Woke up the other night aftrr dreamin of you showin your swee trailer off.
There were vents all around and a UPS like ceiking for light.
We were talking about making it more like a tiny house; expanding sides and roof when set up at the job.
Now I can't see similiar trailors and not think of The Potato Painter. 🙂
Your vids are key. Keep up the great tutorials. Hoping to see how not to use a straight edge and not get paint behind it.
Spring Nailsets are the shit I got mine at Cloverdale
Such a legend, thank you sir!
also in between filling holes and caulking we blow out the trim with a compressor then vaccum everything super clean then caulk it and paint after. never seen the bondo before ive used that on steel door jams for dents but never somthing like this great idea
I would work for you for free. But I can't afford Idaho.
Great video 👍🏻 thanks