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by Ron Hazelton on May 22, 2013 in News
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bob I ENJOY ALL THE VIDEOS. RON CAN U USE THE WAINSCOTTING THAT COMES IN SHEET . ALL YOURS TIPS AND INSTRUCTION ARE EASY TO UNDERSTANDS
I couldn't get to watch except with a commercial and no way to start the video I wanted to watch. I kept getting only the commercial. Very I was very disappointed.
I've been watching your videos for several months now, and I have yet to see one I didn't enjoy. I was a painter carpenter for nearly 40 yrs. and though that is the case I always learn a couple of tricks new to me. Thanks a great deal for the great instructions, and the little tips. Keep it coming!
WHAT TECHNIQUE WOULD YOU USE TO CUT A PIECE OF BASEBOARD OR CHAIR RAIL THAT IS MORE/LESS THAN 45 DEGREE'S; WHICH IS MOST OFTEN FOUND WHEN REMODELING AN OLDER HOME???
I was wondering the same thing as papa 11I guess it up to you what you want to do.
I think you are correct.
How will they finish the project? Paint, stain and varnish, or raw?