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Learn how to caulk a wall for painting a room.
Tim Carter, of AsktheBuilder.com, demonstrates a few simple tricks when using a paint roller. Carter also talks about putting the right amount of paint on a wall surface.
Basement remodeling is easy if you take a few steps to ensure the job comes out right. AsktheBuilder.com host Tim Carter shares basement finishing tips from his years of experience. Your finished basement will be much better if you follow his tips.
Tim Carter, of http://AsktheBuilder.com, shows how to get a tight professional fit for each of your wall outlets and switches.
Simplify old, moldy caulk removal by applying special caulk remover over the caulk to soften it and break the bond. Then simply scrape the old caulk away.
Can't find a caulk color to match your grout? Here's how to custom mix your own caulk so it's a "dead-on" match
Don't put up with dark stains and mold in your tub or shower. You can replace old caulk in less than an hour at almost no cost. You can quickly hone caulking skills and come up with first-class results.
For long-lasting concrete crack repair, fill wide cracks with foam backer rod before caulking. And use a caulk formulated for concrete.
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