How Do You Finish a Window Sill?


You can finish a window sill by painting it. Once it has a fresh coat of paint on it you can put a varnish on it so that it won't get moldy. This will also keep it looking nice and the paint will last long.
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To build a window sill you need only to extend the sill that is currently there. Adding wood to the window creates a place to keep flowers and such to decorate.
1. Remove the interior trim at the sides, top and bottom of the window by prying it away from the wall with a pry bar. Pull the nails through the back of the trim with locking pliers
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