For the best results from a paint job, repair any flaws in your walls before painting. Kevin Sharkey's contractor, Bob Tobin, explains how to fix a few common problems.
Special thanks to Bob Tobin of BC Interiors, 718-258-8888.
Tools and Materials
- Flexible putty knife
- Wood filler
- Coarse sandpaper (80 to 100 grit)
- Dust mask
Repair Holes in Trim How-To
1. Using putty knife, fill small holes with wood filler.
2. Overfill slightly since filler will shrink as it dries. Let dry completely. Wearing dust mask, sand.