How to Paint & Prepare New Crown Molding (Part 2)



Subscribe to my 2nd Painting Channel! www.youtube.com Like me on Facebook! www.facebook.com My Website! www.russolinatzpainting.com Follow Me on Twitter! https Follow me on Pinterest! pinterest.com How to Paint & Prepare New Crown Molding (Part 2) In this video, I demonstrate how to fill the Nail Holes in the Crown Molding. I use a 1 inch flexible Blade to fill the holes with a product made by DAP – Drydex Spackling and Nail Hole Filler. Interior painting tips

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25 Responses to How to Paint & Prepare New Crown Molding (Part 2)

  1. Russ Olinatz says:

    appreciate? it!

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    Thanks? Krysia!

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    Thanks for noticing and I appreciate your words of encouragement.?

  7. Lirimm Rexha says:

    Do u get paid for the work u do?
    btw? amazing video.

  8. Russ Olinatz says:

    ? I appreciate your comment!

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  14. Russ Olinatz says:

    Thank? you!

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  20. marciapetit says:

    hi friend !?

  21. Russ Olinatz says:

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  22. celestenadal says:

    Hi Russ. What do you use to fill nail holes? or scratches for varnished molding?

  23. Russ Olinatz says:

    Hello again! Try using the MINWAX? FILLER SCRATCH NAIL HOLE PENCIL. It’s Great for touch-ups and it fixes minor imperfections, nail holes and cracks.

  24. Mazz1313 says:

    Use glazing compound – once.?

  25. Russ Olinatz says:

    Hi-

    Thanks for commenting and sharing your insight! In my opinion, Glazing compound takes a long time to cure especially before painting. I prefer to Spackle the nail holes two times and sand, prime over and apply the finish paint. I know its more work, but its the only way to ensure a totally smooth surface and? You will not see 1 nail hole, not one.

    Russ

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