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I changed all of the fire alarms, replaced weather strips on my doors, organized my garage, and even cleaned all of the tile grout on my first floor by hand.
Every little thing that I can think of has been taken care of.
I know some people may find this work tiresome, but I like to look at it another way. It’s good exercise and I can be alone because the kids won’t bug me about something or another every couple of minutes.
I just put on my headphones and get to work. Another project I recently tackled was painting the baseboards on my first floor.
If you want to know how to paint baseboards with FrogTape® brand painter’s tape, then I’m going to give you a few tips to make the task painless. Enjoy!
How To Paint Baseboards
Remove all dirt and grime from the baseboards. I used soap, hot water, and an old rag.
Apply FrogTape® Multi-Surface with PaintBlock technology to the wall just above the top of the baseboard and to the floor where the baseboard meets the floor.
Use paint of desired color and paint brush to apply long even strokes to baseboard.
It’s ok if paint gets on the tape because the PaintBlock technology will allow for clean lines and won’t let the paint bleed through.
While paint is still wet, remove it from the wall and floor.
If you need a little FrogTape® painting inspiration, you can visit them on Pinterest for your next diy home project!
To learn more about FrogTape® Multi-Surface and FrogTape® Delicate Surface painter’s tape visit FrogTape® brand painter’s tape.