Recently I’ve decided to start posting weekly tips to help you all with staging and/or Styling your home. I really hope you will enjoy this segment of my blog as I am looking forward to providing you all with helpful tips.
This week I really want to go over a super quick & easy maintenance tip for your home. Many of you who own a home may have experienced this issue as the seasons change in which your crown molding, windows, door frames and even baseboards contract and expand leaving a slight gap in between all of your trim.
After my Builder’s Warranty had expired I started to quickly realize there was more maintenance I would have to start doing on my own not that I mind of course, I love these kind of things lol 😉
After having a friend ask me about how to fix the gaps in between her trim I let her know what supplies she needed to purchase & how to go about fixing them. I then decided to come up with this quick & easy tutorial in order to help others wondering the same thing 🙂
You will need:
1. Caulking Gun, I found the link to one similar to mine which I also purchased Click the Image to be redirected
2. Caulk; Depending on what you will be fixing will depend which Caulk you will need. Click the Image to be redirected
How to fill the gaps in trim molding: