What tools should I use to attach MDF trim to the wall?
Looking for an idea to make the bookcase look flush against the wall.
It’s an Ikea Billy bookcase. The cut out for smaller baseboard doesnt work. Would like it to look flush with the wall. Would rather not have to cut the baseboard.... See more
What angle do I cut the trim here?
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UPDATED (Pls See Latest Answr) Are these pipe hangers safe/suitable..?
Hello,I needed a pull-up bar and made one using two pipe hangers (1 1/2 inch openings) that I nailed into the ceiling joists with roofing nails and then put a 5 foot ... See more
I am wondering if you can trowel cement/concrete onto the shower walls
There is backer board, it will need the orange waterproofing membrane put on that but instead of installing tiles or a tub surround, can cement be troweled on to the ... See more
How do i do away with the rosettes in the ceiling?
Can you completely do away with the rosettes in the ceiling? I was thinking of doing a 2×3 across where the panels meet like a "farmhouse" look. (By cutting a 2x6 in... See more
What sheen do I use for shiplap?
Putting Shiplap on back wall of 1/2 bath. Going with white and I was going to go satin, but I am seeing a lot of eggshell?
Is it difficult to put crown molding on top of my cupboards?
The corners are not square so how would I butt them up together?
We do both
I would only use nails. If you use any glue the trim would be very difficult to remove if you had to.
Some can be ironed on
You can do both or just nail. You will be caulking to finish.
Either! Usually nails are easiest.
I always nail. Caulk seams. Easier to remove. Glue it and you'll damage the if you need to remove it. Never heard of gluing any trim.
Nails. If you want to remove it ever, you will hate yourself. Scraping glue is a pain in the butt. Get a nail gun. It's worth it for trim!