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Tom Silva returns to an old project to fix a new issue. The homeowners have a new four-legged friend, and he’s been chewing on the trim around the newel post. Since the trim is custom, Tom has a challenge to conquer. Tom gets to work by creating custom moldings, matching the new trim to the old woodwork, and cutting, gluing, and nailing the moldings in place for a near-seamless look.
Cost: Around $100
Time: One day, plus stain drying time
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