Did a bare wall remodel on our 1930's home sunroom, with modern windows, insulation, and lighting. Went fine but now have a painting dilemma.
The ceiling is solid board,tongue and V-groove. The room also has crown molding. (I primed both sides of the ceiling boards before I installed them).
Along the long edge where the ceiling meets the crown molding, its a smooth joint, and it caulks and primed well.
I can't figure out what the right way is to finish the "across" joints, where you see all the little "V's" at the edge of the crown molding. It looks weird with them open. But how would you get a clean edge if you tried to fill all those with caulk?
What is the "right way" to finish this from a pro painter's point of view? Are the little V's suppose to somehow be filled with caulk, or what?