Enter me, who has neither the time or the patience to be careful as I need to be. Consequently, when I painted the top pane, I couldn’t really make sure the seams were clear once the paint dried. For the moving pain, it’s easy because all you have to do is continually open and close the window, which breaks the seam and frees the wood. I couldn’t do it with the top window, and you can tell.
It was, however, a learning experience. My Mentor gave me all sorts of advice about what sort of brush to use and how to use it properly, but I’m not sure if I’m ready to take the leap. I don’t, however, want to make a mess of the project, and even though I’m sloppy and disorganized, not to mention cheap, I want to do a good job. Like the house inspector said, show people that you love your house and are proud of it.
I will. Until then, thanks for reading.