CANADA'S STORE Made for Life in Canada

Credit Offered* Learn More

Collect 25x Bonus CT Money®8
on BBQs, outdoor furniture and more until Aug 18. 8Conditions apply.

How to paint trim with Premier

Painted trim gives your room a fresh finishing touch and highlights the details in your space. With Premier, painting your trim and adding some highlights to you room is easy and effortless.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-fwt ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-fwt

STEP 1

Clean the trim.

Clean your trim thoroughly with a damp sponge or rag. Let dry.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step01 ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step01

STEP 2

Lightly sand the trim.

Sand the trim lightly for better paint adhesion. If your trim is fairly new, use 120- grit sandpaper and sand until any sheen disappears. If your trim is rough and worn, it’s best to use an 80-grit sandpaper to start and gradually work up to 180-grit to get a smooth surface. After sanding, wipe away any dust with the damp sponge.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step02 ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step02

STEP 3

Patch the trim.

Fill in any holes, dents or cracks with some lightweight spackling compound. Once dry, use sandpaper to smooth the area and then wipe away any dust.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step03 ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step03

STEP 4

Tape the area.

Apply painter’s tape to the walls and areas surrounding the trim. Press the tape down with a clean putty knife to avoid paint bleeding through edges.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step04 ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step04

STEP 5

Prime the trim.

Apply primer to the trim and let it dry for 24 hours. If you can still see any wood or spackle showing through, add another coat of primer.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step05 ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step05

STEP 6

Lightly sand the trim.

Apply primer to the trim and let it dry for 24 hours. If you can still see any wood or spackle showing through, add another coat of primer.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step06 ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step06

STEP 7

Paint the trim.

Apply paint to the trim using horizontal brush strokes. After several small strokes, smooth out with one long brush stroke. Semi-gloss paint is ideal for trim and door frames.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step07 ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step07

STEP 8

Remove tape.

Once you’ve finished painting your trim, but before the paint is dry, carefully remove the painter’s tape.

ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step08 ct-content-how-to-paint-trim-with-premier-904x509-step08