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Old 01-01-2009, 10:18 AM   #16
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Painting a room for new baby. Lots of questions.

Ceiling are always first so you don't splatter your walls & trim. Trim is harder to cut in than walls so always paint door & window trim first, then cut in the walls (after the trim paint is dry) around windows, doors, ceiling and baseboard, then roll your walls & finish with the baseboard trim last ( so it doesn't get splattered from rolling).

Check out this great instructional video hppt://www.theamazingfinishguys.com

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