When the air mattress in our living suite sprung a leak, I knew it was time to kick up my effort on this renovation project. I finally got all the sanding done and had my dad come over to help put up trim. I can’t do crown molding by myself. Actually I won’t even attempt it. All of those angles and stuff, it’d just take me too long. Plus, my dad is excellent at crown molding. You just need to fill nail holes when he does it. If I did it, I’d have to use 18 tubes of caulk to hide all of the imperfections. But luckily, my pa came over and helped me out. Now all the nail holes are filled and everything is cleaned and caulked, and finally after two months, I’m ready to prime this thing. Let’s do this!
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Wow… It’s already been two months?? It’s looking great!
looks good! can’t wait to see the final product!
What is that color that was under the wallpaper near the built- ins? Is it salmon?
It was salmon, and then under that was a sea foam color, and then under that some type of beige.
Looks good, bro!