1950's house, hardwood floors, wood trim in an ugly orangey brown. I am going to paint the trim white. Or...hire someone to do it. I have done a lot of painting in a number of houses - everything from walls to windows, furniture, etc. But my knees are really not loving the idea of crawling around on the floor and painting the baseboard trim in the entire house. I have tried for the last 2 years to just accept the color as it is, and that is not working: hate. hate. hate that color. So what I need is advice for the baseboard work: (there is quarter round as well)...wide painter's tape on the floor, knee pads and just get on with it? Or, is this going to be so incredibly miserable that I should just hire someone to do it? I really dread that part - you never know for sure if someone's work is any good until it is too late. (I got LOTS of local recommendations for my yard guy, and he turned out to be a lazy bum) Perhaps there are some tips and tricks for painting baseboards that will magically solve all problems? Let me hear it! I have even considered ripping all of it off the walls and replacing it with new stuff, which I would be sane enough to paint prior to installation. Is painting them in place, as is, such a hassle that it is worth doing that? Thanks in advance for your time and help. And FYI - I don't need help on the actual paint choice or process (sand, prime etc..) just help with the fact that it is baseboard - yikes!