In My Experience: Best Practices for Interior Surface Prep

My best practice for interior surface preparation always starts with sanding the trim before applying a coat of primer or paint. This creates the best opportunity for the new coat to adhere, as well as removing any burrs, bumps or roughness on the surface. Then I inspect and look for imperfections in the surface, such as indentations or gouges. Those get skimmed or filled, depending on their depth; then they must be sanded smooth. I always...

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