Originally Posted by Fisher's Mom
That's what I do - a baseboard and then quarter round trim. The resin stuff is great since the color goes clear through and it is flexible enough to accommodate uneven floors. I only caulk on the top of the baseboard and the top of the quarter round.
That is interesting. I have very uneven walls so caulking the tops of the baseboard is a necessity, but while the top of the quarter round always fit flush and therefore didn't need caulk, the bottom did as there were gaps between the tiles (where the grout is) and without the caulk water could seep thru those gaps along the floor. Anyone else encounter this?
My problem is the wife wants wood trim throughout the rest of the house, and again the walls are very uneven, so I am not sure what to do there. I am being told I should put in wood putty to fill it in?