As a home builder I love trim. Trim around doors, baseboards, chair rail, etc, etc. I love all of it. Trim allows you to neatly cap off surfaces and join different surfaces together all while keeping everything clean and intentional looking.
That's why it pains me to see trim done so poorly in many homes, new and old. Gaps, cracks, and unfilled nail holes are some of the most common issues I see. And it's super easy to fix stuff like that, anyone can do it in an afternoon.
So I figured I'd make this little guide showing you how you can touch up your trim and get it looking better than new! It's a great little project for those of us who are still stuck at home during the lockdown. Why not freshen up your place a little bit if you're going to spending so much time at home, right?