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Comments

Leonardo Gojcaj says:

Why don’t you locate the studs with a stud finder and put one nail in the ceiling and one on the wall on each stud? Instead of blasting so many nails into the drywall that doesn’t hold much. Great work I bet you can’t even see that seam

misterio488 says:

This is what I do for a living and I felt in love with his confidence and nice job he does

2011leoc says:

Dude the dewalt stand has out feed supports that fit the stand. You don’t need those extra out feed rollers

Phil Lee says:

Man I thought I was going to learn something but I seriously learned something! Your a top notch pro man. Thanks for the quality advice

rf8driver says:

Tip: work through every grit when sanding, 120,220 320 etc. Faster in the long run, you are only removing previous scratch marks from the heavier grits.
Sorry for being pompous. Your whole series is addictive and I appreciate your teaching.

Ricardo Olvera says:

The safe guard is important and keep a trash can on the side for put the waste don’t throw on the floor looks bad

penn707 says:

I sand off the filler with a belt sander. 60 grit works best.

Juan Rodríguez says:

What kind of glue are you using bro? watching your videos I ‘ve learned a lot,thx

KAUI WAIUPU says:

Amazing video Brother…601 morons and counting!

Austen J says:

So good that even his nice watch didn’t get scratched! I wear mine on a lanyard cord around my neck. Great job, guys.

Brent Mcfadden says:

Great show Thxs!

Roger Scott says:

Been doing it for years. The only way is CA! When your gluing it together put a 1×6 under it for flatness plus when you put your piece on the back your face side is not on the concrete!

Kenneth Bailey says:

Great video!

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Saj Tyk says:

Get back to work! I’m not paying you to make videos in my house

Tony DePalma says:

Amazing work. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

Ivan says:

Thank you for sharing!

MizunoIronMan says:

You have a great manner in which you pass on your knowledge , I hope you take great comfort in knowing you are both educating and entertaining your audience.

llamedos R says:

Cyanacrolit. Super glue to everyone else.

roro mad says:

this person can share his knowledge because he doesnt need to worry about competition. he is just that good. It is like an F1 racecar driver explaining to me how to drive an F1 car. Great information, but aint gonna happen.

Jakub Makalowski says:

seems like you cut still put a back piece if the joint has less space by routing out a shallow hole for it in the seam. Might be one of those more work than gain things at that point.

Trent Myers says:

totally awesome man ! i would like to ask you how do you attach trim without nails? im doing a job with metal stud walls and concrete walls covered in drywall. what would you do ?

Logan Harrington says:

I think you can still get super quality joints at an extremely fast speed by doing this technique, but taking all measurements at one time and doing all of your trim for one room at one time.

George D. says:

Just did this on my chair rail and it worked like magic. THANK YOU!

Julio Ramirez says:

Wow someone who actually takes pride in their work

Brent Mcfadden says:

Excellent! Thxs!

Michael Benison says:

He left out the best option which would be a 90* scarf joint cut at a 45.

Phillip Massie says:

You should really stop making videos unless your going to do every aspect of the install correct. Your going to have some dumb ass home owner watch your shit and think you know what your doing or that you showed them everything thing one needs to know about trim and they are going to fuck some mechanical shit up and have to open the wall up to fix it. Do it right even if not what the actual video is about, random shooting yea how many claims you got on your insurance bro. Fucking joke

Poor OL JC says:

Awesome, you make everything look so easy, kudo’s to you..

johnny appleseed says:

Love your channel great quality of work people should aspire to do trim like you

allan campbell says:

Ya we do theme same way

Beyond Limits Productions says:

Wow, fantastic tips here, thanks for posting ! Adding the block for support is a great insurance to the joint. Also didn’t realize how much further you need to take the sanding on the joint …very impressive !

Michael Williams says:

Forgot to say love your videos

Pample Moose says:

What is the name of the pink DAP spackle/product you used?

Don Newbold says:

Nice work, very nice!

One oftheabove says:

THE greatest video on this type of work. Bless you sir.

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